Swallows swoop through the cloud-covered wallpaper in this wonderland of a kid room. Built-in shelving corrals boots, jackets and more. On the opposite wall, a dry-erase board stands ready for doodles and notes.
Though designer Sarah Richardson prefers to use neutral hues in most spaces, a tiny powder room is the ideal spot to go bold. Here, she combined bird-patterned wallpaper, overscaled French lighting and a shell mirror to create a fun, eclectic space.
This bath commode area shows how wallpaper with a large pattern can be used successfully in a small space. The cool blue background and crisp white trim and floors keep the area from looking closed in; the little glass table provides an additional surface without overwhelming the space.