Instead of painting the whole room blue, as it had been before, designer Stefani Stein layered half of the space with patterned wallpaper. In turn, treatment's neutral hues make the powder room feel brighter and more open.
Play with pattern and color by using wallpaper on the backs of bookshelves. Interior designer Jade Joyner of Metal + Petal in Athens, Ga., loved the coral, blue and gold in this wallpaper, and paired it with a robin’s egg blue shade on the bookshelves. With so much color, she’s able to mix in white for a modern look.
This otherwise simple modern foyer earns a funky touch from a blue and white patterned wallpaper paired with a large wooden starburst mirror. A sleek brown and black side table features a white ceramic cut-out vase with feathers, while a brown and ivory patterned area rug lines the floor.
Patterned blue and white wallpaper surrounds this single vanity bathroom. A blue vanity with dark stone counters provides extra storage space with a shelf underneath the sink. Slim white sconces flank the vanity mirror, providing soft lighting for this colorful room.
A simple and small bathroom becomes a spectacular space just by adding wallpaper that wows. Dark hardwood floors and white wainscoting feel traditional and grounded, allowing the patterned blue circles to play the starring role.
Powder rooms are the perfect spaces for dipping your toe into the all-over wallpaper trend. The rich blue hue and graphic animal pattern offer a depth and sophistication that plain painted walls just wouldn’t provide.
Circles and curved lines establish the theme of this modern dining room. From the hanging globe fixture to the circle-patterned window treatments to the curved bench and chairs, here's a room you'll love hanging around. Bright colors and textures complete the space.
This colorful dining room elegantly blends patterns to create a sweet, feminine space. The blue and green argyle floor that flows in from the kitchen complements the floral patterned wallpaper. The distressed, green farmhouse table and the pink cushions to accent tie the whole space together.
Marcella Lentz-Pope wanted to create a show-stopping accent wall in her living room and was originally going to cover it in chalkboard paint, but decided that wallpaper would bring more of a wow factor.