Hand-painted wallpaper is at the top of my dream home wish list. The pink background of this chinoiserie paper is an unexpected twist on an otherwise traditional scene.
I first saw Manuel Canovas' Pali paper used in a glamorous bathroom several years ago, and it's been in the back of my mind ever since.
Bengale Toile is another favorite from Manuel Canovas. For a bold look, paper the walls and use the coordinating fabric on the upholstery.
Banana leaf prints are having a comeback of their own. If you're up for tropical, you can't beat the iconic Martinique wallpaper made famous by the Beverly Hills Hotel.
It doesn't get more ladylike than the hummingbirds and butterflies on this Cole & Son wallpaper.
I think it's safe to say that Kelly Wearstler's Imperial Trellis has crossed over from a trend to a classic.
I'm eager for an opportunity to use this wallpaper covered with metallic lobsters. I'm thinking my parents' house on Cape Cod would be the perfect place!
This is another one of my favorites from Meg Braff. It would look amazing in a room filled with blue and white pottery.
I'd love to see this sweet honey bee printed paper in a little boy's nursery.
The quality of Farrow & Ball's papers is second to none, and this large-scale graphic print is stunning.
I have a swatch of this Nina Campbell wallpaper on my inspiration board. Totally on the "someday" list.
Metallic vines offer a little more pizzazz than your standard stripe, but are still transitional enough to work in a number of spaces.