When it comes to making a statement by way of interior walls, I usually enjoy splashing my favorite decorative coating, which most people already know is paint, but I am also a super-huge fan of implementing graphics as well. Graphics are a cool way to spice of any room that is considered boring, bland or just Ugh! Even though they can be custom made, which is still relatively easy to apply, or by using dominant wallpaper, either one can create a beautiful and contrasting effect.

Below, each wallpaper has essential details that leave an immediate impact within each room. With that said, I am impressed when there is a backdrop to bring objects within a space cohesively together. However, I am obsessed with the drama behind anything detailed, will enhance, and give way to an intricate, but yet a bold wow factor!

Moreover, being a chick who admires extreme colors, when using a type of decorative feature such as wallpaper, it will do the trick when a client prefers wallpaper instead of paint.


Kimberly C. Lyons

Kimberly C. Lyons is the founder and principal interior designer of KCL-IDESIGN, LLC (Interior Design Studio). She has been slaying interiors since forever and refuses to be known as the norm when transforming spaces. With an intense passion for incorporating a wow factor to anything ordinary, Kimberly acknowledges that she is a rare breed, and enjoys splashing her signature touch throughout when designing.

However, she is incredibly obsessed with extremely bold colors, captivating art, unique decorative objects, modern architecture, and lives for going outside the box and breaking outdated design rules. The motivating words – I dare you – keeps her motivated and overcharged. Her passion for interior design comes from a deeply rooted philosophy, which is – designing from within; from the soul, and it is always about living, breathing, and loving interior design!

Besides being a crazed football chick who is also addicted to chocolate, Kimberly is a global traveler who adores modernism and is always inspired by the not so beautiful objects.

She lives accordingly by her motto: I live – breathe – love interior design.