1,483 Eclectic Wallpaper
Because of the surface area it consumes, wallpaper packs a big punch. A wall covering is one of the easiest — and most inexpensive — ways to add color, art and design to your living room or bedroom. With a variety of colors, textures and eclectic patterns available, wall treatments can add depth, dimension and personality to your space, and it is often a do-it-yourself weekend project. If you're currently trying to decide between grasscloth, fabric or paper and patterned, textured or plaster wallpapers, here is what you should consider. More
Go bold and modern with this geometric patterned wallpaper. The temporary peel-and-stick material makes it easy to play with different looks in your home without worrying about damaging the walls. When you're ready for a new look, simply peel off the paper and experiment with a fresh design.
Bring wow to your walls and a rugged look to your decor with this unusual paper. It's made of vinyl yet has the look and feel of leather, plus it's pre-pasted for easy application and durable enough to scrub.
This iconic pattern evokes the storied romance of Marrakech without leaving your home. You can easily add a bit of bold design and color to any room with this peel-and-stick technology. It's perfect for renters or anyone who likes to play with their home design.
This wallpaper boasts all the excitement of a bustling London street. Your child will love the look, and you'll love the easy-to-apply pre-pasted vinyl that's tough enough to scrub.
A little bird told us you'd find this paper appealing. The vintage cage motif on a rich rose-pink background adds a fanciful touch to your favorite eclectic setting.
Take us to your leader! These rockin' robots bring a sci-fi vibe to your little one's room. He'll love the look, and you'll love how the paper is pre-pasted for easy application and tough enough to take a scrubbing.
Wow them with your wild walls! You’ve earned your decorative stripes with this zesty zebra print wallpaper. And with a herringbone tweed pattern in the background, your favorite eclectic room gets a lavish lift.
Next to tile I would say that wallpaper is my biggest obsession-it can transform a room so totally. This pattern has such a classic quality-use for an accent wall, on the back of a bookcase, I've even used wallpaper on the backs of cabinets-so many options!
By Arthur Slenk for NLXL Adhesive requiredNon-woven paperRoll: 29.5'L, 19"WNo repeatCovers 47" square feetNetherlands
Haute meets homespun in this ingenious pattern that brings to mind an English country house and garden. This luxurious coated wallpaper, made in the USA, relies on a unique screen-printing technique to give it a hand-painted appearance and texture.
I love the 70's throwback feel of this wallpaper and I can hear my mom saying "I swear I ripped that out of a bathroom once." What's old is new again...
Adding this shimmery gold and black wallpaper will really up the posh factor! The theme is reminiscent of travel, so it's perfect for your guest room. If you're worried that it could be too bold, start with a focal wall.
Wallpapering can be a very labor intensive project, but the impact always makes up for the effort. The birch pattern on this paper would be a nice neutral touch on an accent wall.
This peel-able, durable vinyl wallpaper (you can even scrub it with a damp cloth for more super-sized messes) would make a great accent wall and lend an urban feel — because I can’t think of any superheroes that live in the country.
Style Scroll. Layer on some stunning style with Astek's The Gardens of Amsterdam Off-White Ornate Beaux Wallpaper. Featuring traditional symmetry and classical elements, this vinyl wallpaper boasts an off-white hue with an elegant scroll motif for some tonal texture. It has plenty of old-world...
I'd love to use this in a tween girl's room! I'd put this bold wallpaper on just one wall and keep everything else in the room pretty simple.
Turn your room into a permanent "Under the Sea" themed school dance with this fun fishy wallpaper from Peter Fasano. That was an exaggeration, but this paper will bring coastal style to your home no matter how far you live from the sea.
Maya Romanoff is known for her extraordinary and decadent wallcoverings that resemble crushed glass or crystal. This range also has a metallic element. It's not for everyday spaces, but if you consider it as art, it would be stunning for a small area of a master suite.
Chou Chou is the perfect wallpaper to admire from afar as well as up close. It's like a Monet in the best possible way.
This is one of favorite patterns, but I can't seem to find a dealer in the United States. I'm on the hunt!
In case you aren't up on your Latin names for plants, Salix is Pussywillow. The combination of handprinted abstract branches and buds with the palette of green, blue and eggshell make this a dynamic wallpaper choice for an accent wall or an entire room. * Adhesive required * Non-woven paper ...
This wallpaper is so wonderful, isn't it? It would make a wonderful dreamscape for any room, and it's a beautifully expressive take on ships at sea.
Whitby Wallpaper, Lido
Upscale, graphic circles have been printed in lustrous sheen on a matt ground to dramatic effect. This contemporary wallpaper design is printed on a heavy weight vinyl ground.
Have you ever heard of tin ceiling tile wallpaper? It will give you the look of authentic tiles, but comes in rolls that you can easily adhere to walls or ceilings. This minty color is my favorite.
Well isn't this creepy? For those with a macabre sense of humor, Flavor Paper's "Sharp Descent" wallpaper is the way to go.
Jump on the dark walls trend and add some beautiful pattern at the same time. Birds on Branches wallpaper can transform a room into a magical dark fairy tale forest.
The company Flavor Paper produces wallpapers right in Brooklyn. They also do custom creations for local restaurants and businesses, including the Wythe Hotel and a famous design for Mike Diamond of the Beastie Boys. Diamond wanted his Brooklyn home to have a Brooklyn-inspired paper to line his...
Cole & Son’s new collection follows the success of the first Fornasetti Collection, launched in 2008, delivering a repertoire of magical themes within a collection of designs that are at once iconic and covetable. Fornasetti II takes a bold step in wallpaper design, transcending the obvious and...
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