Solid colors in the bed linens and curtains are a good balance for the patterned wallpaper in this bedroom. Vintage touches, including a typewriter and old table, work with the contemporary pieces as well.
Fish patterned wallpaper creates a fun, playful vibe in this bathroom. A warm, sophisticated color palette of tan and brown offsets the playfulness with sophistication to strike the perfect balance for the space.
A caged chandelier, textured buffet table and striped rug put a fresh spin on the formal dining room. Patterned wallpaper balances out the wainscoting and helps bring the space into the present as well.
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.
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.
Simple, sleek furnishings and window treatment allow the bold-patterned wallpaper to stand out. A sparkling chandelier brightens the room and complements a glass pendant light that hangs over an adjacent banquette area. The small banquette table provides a perfect spot for board games or entertaining.
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.