1,530 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, here is what you should consider. More
Show off the softer side of your animal magnetism. This zebra print wallpaper comes in a soothing champagne and cream palette that’s just right for your metropolitan living spaces. Made in the UK, each roll of this washable wallpaper covers 56.38 square feet.
Zebbie Champagne Zebra Print Wallpaper
Flaunt your bookish side with this whimsical wall covering. Available in your choice of muted colors, the coated paper if perfect for an accent wall in your well-read world.
Wall Of Books Library Wallpaper - Multi
Bring a quirky trompe l'oeil effect to your favorite eclectic setting. This coated wallpaper realistically mimics corrugated metal for a cool industrial-chic vibe.
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.
SureStrip backing allows for paste-free application and easy removalGravure-printed paperRoll: 33'L, 20.5"WRepeat: 20.5"LCovers 56 square feetUSA
This is a stunning pattern-I've actually applied this to the back of display cabinets, the added texture and form is really amazing.
SureStrip backing allows for paste-free application and easy removalGravure-printed non-woven paperRoll: 33'L, 20.5"WRepeat: 20.5"L Covers 56 square feetUSA
Adhesive requiredNon-woven paper Roll: 30'L, 27"WGold repeat: 27"LNavy repeat: 31"LCovers 60 square feetUSA
This colorful, whimsical wallpaper brings a touch of the outdoors into any bedroom, living room or dining room. It works great as an accent wall!
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!
Everywhere I've lived, I make sure to incorporate a map into the decor. Not only are the colors great, but more importantly they give you a sense of connection to the world at large. This one takes it to another level by filling an entire wall! Great for a kid's room — or any room, in my opinion.
World Map Wall Mural
Even the name, "Flights of Fancy," of this digitally printed wallpaper is appealing. With elegantly rendered, but not too serious migratory birds perched on simple branches and set against a moody blue/green background, this pattern from British design label House of Hackney would look as at ease...
This black and white wallpaper is whimsical and warm. I adore the hand-drawn look and the repeat of the pattern. There is something so soft and magical about this wallpaper. I'd love to have it in any room of my home.
I've been noticing this wallpaper in some of my favorite rooms lately, and I'm so glad to finally find the source. The pattern plays tricks on your eyes; sometimes you notice the vertical chain-like shape, other times the horizontal lines, sometimes I see "X" shapes and other times diamonds. This...
More than an illustration, this wallpaper is more like a pattern — a texture almost. Whether softly lulling you to sleep in your bed or releasing the tension of the day in the tub, there's nothing more relaxing than whimsical waves.
This is perhaps my favorite patterned wallpaper. The hard-to-find print is offered to the trade only, which typically translates into expensive. However, it is worth a place at the top of your budget!
Paisley can be overwhelming, but in black and white it won't outdo the rest of your decor. Add it to an accent wall or paper the entire room.
Isla White Paisley Wallpaper
Now, how fun would this be in a young man’s room? Again this doesn’t have to be on every wall, but introducing it to the room adds a tremendous amount of interest to the walls.
This skull wallpaper with 3D effects is the perfect addition to a little boy's bedroom. It could make the transition from child's room to teenager's room easier, keeping everything modern and stylish.
I love this floral yellow wallpaper from Anthropologie. I think it'd look great on a wall in my living room.
This is a gorgeous tie-dye-style print in pretty shades of pink and yellow. It would make for an awesome teen girl's room.
Bring the outside in with these realistic bricks. They would be great in a young man’s bedroom or the playroom or wherever you want to fool the eye with unexpected wall finishes. You could put any kind of furnishings with this, but I vote modern for the juxtaposition of design ideas.
This wallpaper has a fun vintage vibe, and with its little sketches of shoes and purses, it would be perfect in a closet.
Are you longing to be at the beach? Adorn your wall with a pebble effect wallpaper. This one is perfect for nautical-themed rooms.
Love the look of rustic repurposed planks but not up for the remodeling task? Consider this beautiful wallboard wallpaper by Piet Hein Eek.
Adding a bit of depth and personality, this lotus-print wallpaper from Farrow & Ball would complement any neutral space nicely. Pair it with an accompanying stone, gray or creamy white wall, and your space will instantly come to life.
For an urban industrial feel, try adding the look of concrete to your wall. This amazing wallcovering is part of a collection featuring no less than 36 different takes on the material. Who knew concrete could look so good?
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