Could this be the next step in home decorating? We've heard more than enough about the cult of the selfie, but this might be the next wave.
Buying bags and cushion covers with photos of your dog or charming offspring featured on them is nothing new, but making wallpaper, for example, is. And for those looking to decorate their home economically, what more could you want?
Joking aside, designers and interior experts may wish to consider this as a genuine trend. After all, it would be entirely bespoke, and you're never going to see it anyone else's home...
This is Carmen Baugh, from North Carolina. She is apparently vying for the title of “World’s Proudest Grandma,” having decorated her home with wallpaper, curtains, pillows and tablecloths printed with photos of her grandchildren. “When I stand against the wall, my husband says that I just blend in and disappear," she says, ominously. "All you can see is my head.” Her grandchildren, a girl of six and boy of three, were apparently "taken aback" when they first saw her new décor. One might imagine that would have been a bit like the scene in I'm Alan Partridge when Alan goes to a super-fan's house and discovers that his front room's been turned into an Alan shrine: But for some reason the grandchildren's first instinct was not to run away in terror.