Wallpaper classic. Dusty green wallpaper with a traditional floral print mixed with classic elements — the stand-up shower and ornate table featuring an antique typewriter create an unforgettable three piece bathroom.
Designer Jenny Norris made a statement in the library with woodsy black and white wallpaper. A midcentury modern chaise is layered with Southwestern pillows and a flokati throw for an invitingly soft spot.
Choosing to paint or wallpaper just the wall behind your upholstered bed is a clever option if you have budgetary or time constraints. In this elegant bedroom, a little wallpaper goes a long way toward making a dramatic impact.
Floral wallpaper with a silver background makes a bold statement in this traditional bathroom. White marble covers the floor and bathtub walls. A porcelain pedestal sink stands underneath a contemporary round mirror.
Bold wallpaper and framed art set a traditional tone in this inviting wine cellar. The wine cooler is integrated into a row of cabinets with a marble countertop –– the perfect set up for a wine tasting party.
As seen on Love It or List It Too, Jillian designed this bedroom with a light and airy feel. The focal wall in this space is done with wallpaper, while the neutral palette of the rest of the space compliments the colorful floral pattern.
Opposite the living area, walls have been adorned in a textured seagrass wallpaper. Naomi has a love of vintage finds, and a stunning media piece with its glossy woodgrain continues the textural story in the space.
Stuck with leftover wallpaper after a big decorating project? Put it to use as high-end holiday gift wrap. Once the gift is unwrapped, the wallpaper can be used again as graphic art by placing it inside a frame.
Wallpaper is back, and we love all the fun colors and designs you can add to a room with its repetitious patterns. Designer Stacy Garcia created this chic poppy design as the perfect backdrop for any contemporary living space. The bold teal pattern allows the furnishings to remain modest while it takes center stage. Do you fear a permanent wallpaper solution? Try something temporary and easy to remove to adapt to your ever-changing tastes. Image courtesy of Stacy Garcia