Yes, we are selling wallpaper!
“The first Pierre Deux shop opened in 1967 on Bleeker Street in New York City. It began as an antique shop selling fine 18th century furniture that was hand-carved in the provinces of France. The partners who launched this company were Pierre Moulin and Pierre Le Vec — hence “Pierre Deux,” or the two Pierres.
While on a trip to France to purchase more antiques, the partners bought some Souleiado fabric to make pillows and draperies for their shop. Customers repeatedly asked if they could buy the draperies and pillows, many times leaving their cards under the door if they got there too late and the shop had closed. The pillows and draperies were sold out, and a second and third batch sold almost as quickly as they were made. So began Pierre Deux’s expansion from 18th century French antiques to country fabrics and furnishings for the home.”
From – www.baltimoresun.com/
“If you’ve ever completed a wallpaper refresh in your home, you’ve probably found yourself asking what to do with the wallpaper scraps left behind. It’s hard to part with such beautifully designed wallpaper, even if they’re only suitable for an ant-sized room makeover. DIY blogger Stacy Grinsfelder felt the same way after wallpapering her front entry, and after seeing the 10 DIY projects she made with her leftover Smooth wallpaper, it’s safe to say she’s found the answer to our wallpaper wonderings!”
From – blog.spoonflower.com
Here is a list of things you can do with wallpaper:
Art Matting, Scrapbooking, Framed Art, Gift Wrap, Gift Tags/Gift Card Holders, Surface Protector for Crafting, Placemats and Matching Napkin Rings, etc….
Check out the Internet, the options are endless.
Full Disclosure: These are unopened rolls.