While searching flickr's explored photos I came across the above photo from Kim's flickr stream. :) I am totally loving the idea, and would be SO thrilled to try a similar idea on my own walls. Unfortunately every room in my house except the textured wall in the bathroom, and the unfinished utility room are mortar. So they are a bumpy uneven far from perfect surface. But, I can still dream right? In fact, Kim mentions using foam core to attach the wallpaper to, then suspending it from the ceiling or leaning it against the wall, that might have just as much of a dramatic affect... and would totally work if you were renting, and wanted to take it with you when you left. :)
The company Kim ordered her mural from ( design your wall ) also allows you to upload your own image, and I totally LOVE that. It would be really neat to design a mural with a 2 part process. Like say for instance you have a background, but then you also have a bed headboard mural that could be cut out and applied to the wall mural... so you could position it to fit in your room according to room size etc. It would probably be totally complicated to do so in that manner though.... :)
You can even apply wallpaper to a plain door to dress it up some. :) Wouldnt it be neat to make a wallpaper that made your door look like a vintage door with architectural detail like these seen on apartment therapy?
Oh- and while you are checking out that link at AT take a peek at this post they also did on wallpaper murals...