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April collection: 4 DreamAwake series
April 13, 2002 - by Bitchy la Beth Hanssen

Wanna add something special to your home? The DreamAwake wallpaper series can be mixed in a many ways - simple lines for the small rooms, complex patterns for the larger rooms.

These patterns will make your walls quite original, as you can add extras around windows and doors, or in places where you can't have any furniture, but still wants to do something more than just hanging a picture on the wall. The DreamAwake series are best when they covers most of the room and if the room is not packed with furniture, i.e. if the c-decore and d-decore are used on opposite walls, they will effect the entire room's balance. See the test pictures below.

The series are not intended to be mixed, but a combination of Winter/Spring and Summer/Fall should work fine. The DreamAwake Summer series might even be a popular choice for a girl's bedroom. Each series' a-decore is perfect for just any room, eventually to be extended with a couple extras as desired. After a while you can move or replace the extras, which will bring a totally new feel to that room - easily! :)

The DreamAwake series was possible due to the new frozen water colouring technique, patent F1221.