I know some people may look at this wallpaper and say, “I can paint lines!” And maybe you can, but these perfectly imperfect stripes would be positively charming in a boy’s or girl’s room.
This floral mural would fire up the imagination in a kids’ room.
Pink and orange are so on trend right now. This pattern, although definitely fun enough for a child of any age, is suitable for an adult space. I’m thinking a bathroom or sunroom.
This wallpaper is whimsical chic. It comes in a bunch of different color palettes too.
Although it has popped up everywhere recently, this pattern is a beautiful choice. I’ve seen it in bathrooms, a child’s room and even on the ceiling!
I can definitely see this one on an accent wall, maybe surrounding a window.
These little zebras are perfect for a nursery. And the pattern is small enough that it won't demand to be a theme.
Sweet little clouds to help you drift to sleep make for such a peaceful bedroom.
This one is appropriate for kid and adult spaces alike, meaning it could grow with a child. Plus, the grayscale pattern makes accenting easy.
How fun would it be to tape photos and prints to the frames on this wallpaper? Colorful washi tape would be perfect.
What kid doesn’t like robots? These are so adorable, and the paper comes in a lot of different colors. The beige colorway would keep the room more sophisticated while still being insanely fun — robots!
My mom loves leaves, so this one immediately reminded me of her. I think the shades of blue and the warm white background would be so calming for any child’s (or leaf lover’s) room.
Talk about bringing the outside in. I can’t even imagine the stories my little girl would think up with a background like this.
This stark black and white wallpaper is the epitome of Scandinavian chic. I’d pair it with warm tans and accents of red.
This one comes in a few different colors. I think it would be perfect on an accent wall or some closet doors.
This large-scale pattern makes a bold statement in the softest way.
This wallpaper has it all. It’s cheery and whimsical. It’s an abstract nod to nature. And it will last through the ages.