Talk about bathroom reading. Angela Gutekunst Interiors gave this powder room a whimsical look with the Bibliotheque wallpaper.
Reaume Construction & Design has created a stately, library-like bath with the same wallpaper. A bureaulike sink vanity and balloon-style curtains add to the sense that this is serious room. For similarly regal facilities, Kohl's Memoirs collection offers traditional-looking toilets.
In this bedroom by Ed O'Donnell, the wall behind the headboard becomes an accent wall when papered in a faux bookshelf pattern. The oversize knit of the blanket adds to the slightly surreal feeling in this room.
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti divided the walls of this dining room with tongue-and-groove wainscoting on the lower half and a realistic bookshelf wallpaper on the upper half. Coordinating the wainscoting color to the color of the paper's shelves adds to the eye-tricking effect.
This wallpaper is the multicolored version of the black and white one in the previous photo. Andrew Martin's Library pattern is one of eight in his whimsical Inventor collection, which also includes a pattern that makes your walls appear to be papered in handwritten love letters.
A twist on the usual faux library patterns, this design by Tracey Kendall is made to look like a towering stack of paperbacks. The London-based wallpaper designer has several different stacked book patterns in her Stacking collection.
Cole & Sons produces this Ex Libris wallpaper, which is based on a 1953 Fornasetti screen design. It is available in three colorways: yellow/brown (shown), silver and gold.