A unique wallpaper – part of The Fornasetti Collection by English company Cole & Son – serves as an eye-catching backdrop for the bedroom. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors make the small space feel larger.
An eye-catching wallpapered wall becomes the living room's centerpiece and sets the stage for pops of red throughout the space. Surrounding neutral walls and furniture provide the perfect balance against the colorful accents.
A sure-fire way to give a powder room big personality is through the use of eye-catching wallpaper. The walls of this little loo are covered in the bold Eleanor - Peridot at Night pattern by Madison & Grow from Walnut Wallpaper. The lime-green and gray print creates a stark contrast between the white window trim and sink.
For a fun weekend project, the two decided to back the bookshelf in one of their wallpaper patterns. The metallic sheen creates an eye-catching backdrop to the couple’s favorite books on design, history and culture.
It’s a nice surprise that draws the eye upward and makes a room appear bigger. Pick a bold pattern and incorporate the colors elsewhere with accessories, like the pillows on this bed and the desk-chair cushion. This pattern is by Keith McCoy. Browse Walnut Wallpaper and Roostery for other eye-popping options.
Thanks to an Americana-inspired color palette, what once was a lackluster bookcase is now an eye-catching focal point filled with family keepsakes. Graphic wallpaper lining the back of the shelf brings instant pizzazz to the built-in.
This living room has a beautiful settee with green cushion to match the green and white patterned wallpaper. Visually elongate windows by hanging draperies high on the wall, right under crown molding, to create a long visual line the eye follows up, giving the impression the ceiling is much higher. An oversized wallpaper pattern works a similar magic, visually stretching walls to make a small room feel more spacious. Image courtesy of Thibaut.
Obviously, the fish wallpaper is adorable and eye-catching in this powder room. But don't overlook the other creative design in this small space. The window was strategically placed to allow a mirror to be installed and to have a unifying trim. The window sill extends, capturing the backsplash thickness. The floating vanity has a toilet paper recess for stashing multiple rolls, making it quick and easy so no one ever has to change a roll of toilet paper!
In the foyer, designers expertly blend light and dark patterns to create a space that really catches the eye. The neutral pattern of the wall helps to keep the space feeling light, while the dark patterned carpet adds contrast while helping to hide dirt that might get tracked into the space. Finally, gold details finish off the design and add that extra bit of pizzaz the homeowner was looking for.
From the sleek black headboard to the textured wallpaper and sculptural lamp, the details in this room demand recognition. The dresser is especially eye-catching; where gray upholstery gives it a well-tailored look, the gold pulls naturally draw the eye down to the floor.