Renting an office and aren't allowed to paper? Look at this - a beautiful Chinoiserie triptych is formed by three simple white frames and a few yards of wallpaper in this office.
If you are lucky enough to get your hands on some samples (some companies will sell them to you for a few bucks), you can arrange a fun composition like these. Mat the samples on foam core or cut them to fit into simple plastic box frames.
I'm not sure why, but most of the framed wallpaper I keep finding is some sort of Asian looking print that involves birds. Hey, it works for me!
This is the same paper that is used in that top office picture. Matting it and using a colored frame gives it a completely different look.
OK, technically this is a wallpaper of frames, but I could not resist throwing it in this ideabook.
Those books on the left are actually nothing but a large swatch of wallpaper. That was another popular one a few years ago, but the manufacturer is escaping me at the moment. Let me know in the comments if you know.