In the powder room downstairs, designers went with a stylish, black and white, penny round tile floor. Then, they covered the walls in a metallic, geometric print wallpaper and ran black baseboards around the base of the wall, creating a space that makes a statement for guests as they wash up for dinner.
For this French Country dining room, Designer Nichole Jacobson chose vibrant colors, girlie patterns, bold statements. Metallic wallpaper design adds texture and style, when paired with the turquoise painted ceiling and bright yellow armoire.
This textured stone wall is centered in a traditional living room, accented by elegant lighting and designer furnishings. Decorative wall frame molding is given a facelift by adding metallic wallpaper to the inside of the frame.
Don’t be afraid to add sparkle and texture to your bathroom wall. The walls in this first-place National Kitchen + Bath Association powder room are covered in an expensive glass bead wallpaper. But that’s not the only way to make your walls stand out. Designer Lori Carroll in Tucson, Ariz., suggests that a similar sparkle effect, though admittedly without the texture, could be achieved with a copper metallic paint.
Have you ever seen a prettier powder room? Here, the designers used wallpaper with a metallic finish, a textured mirror, teardrop-like pendants and a basin sink to create a small space that's full of interest.
The bathroom's teal-and-gold hexagonal-patterned wallpaper adds a lively vibe to the transitional space, while a white pedestal sink adds a traditional touch. Towel hooks featuring gold bull sculptures hang on the wall, providing an eclectic, funky edge.
The reclaimed wood dining table is surrounded by sleek white dining chairs in this dramatic, inviting formal dining room. A beveled mirror is centered on the metallic wallpaper and a glass chandelier brings major glam to the space.
This chic hall features metal pom pom wall sculptures positioned above a metallic console table with brown striped wallpaper as a backdrop. Recessed lighting illuminates the glossy tile floors, while a built-in wall shelf provides a spot for displaying collectible figurine sculptures.
To make a room feel warmer, try painting the ceiling, trim and doors all the same color. In this room, Benjamin Moore's "Fusion" is used. Patterned wallpaper adds movement, while silvery tones keep it from getting too dark.