Adding color or wallpaper to the ceiling -- the so-called fifth wall -- is a great way to add detail to a home office. The neutral walls in this home office create enough of a break between the pattern of the ceiling wallpaper and graphic flooring for the design to feel completely unified.
Matching twin beds with bright white bedding flank a shared bedside table in a small bedroom where the ceiling is covered in a graphic green and white wallpaper. Solid green walls boast framed artwork, an oval gold mirror, and sunburst detailing.
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.
Bring bold, graphic flair to a flat ceiling by using oversized wallpaper. Here, a pronounced blue gingham does the trick. An industrial pendant pairs with a galvanized pipe bunk bed to keep the look edgy and masculine.
This contemporary dining nook is ideal for casual meals or playing games, and features rustic exposed beams and a blue patterned wallpaper ceiling, soft gray walls, traditional round table and upholstered dining chairs, and a modern pendant light.
Deep blue Gracie wallpaper makes a visual escape on the ceiling of this compelling bedroom. The color is picked up in the window's wooden trim, while the bold graphic print of the shade adds an eccentric visual punch.
Intricate and well-thought-out details create a special, elegant space. Starting with the wallpapered ceiling and including a spectacular circular mirror and metal-and-wood sideboard hutch, this hall space exudes class.
In this breakfast nook, look up! The wallpaper inspired the color palette for the entire cottage. Artist Lindsay Cowles creates it by digitally translating her large-scale abstract oil paintings into wall coverings and textiles.
If you’re looking to transform the ceiling of your own living room without major renovation costs, faux bois wallpaper is a great option. It looks and feels like real wood thanks to its textured surface and forgoes the messy installation or pricey labor costs.
This light and bright bedroom features rustic exposed beam ceilings and blue and white floral wallpaper. Gray and white striped linens cover the bed, while brass sconces are positioned on either side. A vase of red flowers sits atop the gray nightstand, while a red dresser adds a finishing touch.
Natural light illuminates this living room with neutral grasscloth wallpaper and an exposed beam ceiling with leaf-like fans. An ivory sofa is paired with a set of cane armchairs and a red leather end table. Neutral tiles cover the floor.
Various hues of purple bring a regal element to this romantic bedroom. Details in the wallpaper and ceiling add depth and interest to the space, while a soft area rug and floor-to-ceiling draperies create a cozy atmosphere.