Initially, in complete heavenly solitude I was removing wallpaper in the delicate fashion an archaeologist would uncover the remains of a pharaoh. Convinced I could determine the styles that influenced the former occupants through the layers of patterns and colors that were archived on the walls. I would be able to imagine the light fixtures, furniture, textiles, even china patterns- I could hardly wait! My training as an interior designer would be in my favor in addition a wealth of knowledge from my interior designer friends. Having an unwavering lack of appreciation for wallpaper, I was kidding myself. There have been those rare times I have fallen head over heels in love with a pattern here and there. Some wallpaper I oohh and ahh over, some papers make me smile but once I start thinking about the abundance of the pattern- THE WHOLE ROLL, and the other rolls of the same thing over and over and over on all four walls and my good feelings wane. My good feelings are completely extinguished when I start thinking about the worst part of wallpaper- the seams! The seams are never exact, never perfect and they stand out as though they need to outshine the pattern itself. In a few rooms I carefully soaked
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and separated the layers of paper and researched the generations of patterns when suddenly my wallpaper love died faster than my crush on Anderson Cooper. I rented an industrial steamer, purchased some serious chemicals, enlisted help and went at the paper like a kid on Christmas morning! Eventually, I rented a second steamer because the stuff wasn’t coming down fast enough. At some point Home Depot took mercy on me and applied my rental fees to the purchase price of the steamer. After much labor a few bits remain and walls that are going to be removed are still sporting their full layers. I still have a little love for the black paper with the silver gift boxes and there is a grand pattern we found in a hidden “wallpaper time capsule” that immediately takes me to my “Meet Me In St Louis” place. If anyone has any information about the black wallpaper I would love to hear from you!