In this early 1900's Weymouth house, the homeowners chose for their entry and stairway, the wallpaper pattern Sandringham which is produced by J.R Burrows & Co in neighboring Rockland, MA. The design has origins in England and is named for Queen Victoria's house in Norfolk, UK. The large repeating pattern is of Acanthus leaves and is ideal for a large entry hall.
You can count on paperhanger Bill Archibald, a wallcovering installer in eastern Mass, to provide the highest quality workmanship for any wallpaper project in your South Shore home. His 40 years experience provides unsurpassed value when you are looking for a Weymouth MA wallpaper hanger.
The real challenge of paper hanging is understanding the nuances of the various types of wallcovering in the relationship to area in which it is being installed. Some materials are very easy to install in a small powder room while not on a large stairwell, and visa versa. Experience is the best teacher, and wall paperhanger Bill Archibald has not stopped learning since he hung his first strip in 1972.
Bill will not only exceed industry standards when hanging paper in your Weymouth home, but his attention to preparing the wall will enable the paper to be easily strip years in the future when it is time for a change of decorative wall treatment.