1,433 Eclectic Wallpaper
This blue and white paper is like a cross between a toile and an Otomi print. And from a distance, it almost resembles an ikat. I love it.
This is one of my favorite floral wallpapers. I love the many bright colors on a white background. It would be amazing in the living room of an older home.
Add some fashion flair to any room in your house, from a closet to a playroom. This black and white wallpaper of graphic silhouettes will always be on-trend.
Nobody is bolder than Kelly Wearstler, especially when it comes to graphic walls. This wallpaper pattern, called "Crescent," is an architecturally inspired rendering of the arc (a shape I'm seeing a lot of lately), with scratchy brushstrokes, as though a comb was pulled through the ink.
This wallpaper has been one of my favorite patterns for years. The pattern is contemporary and fun while the gold on white is neutral enough to go in any room.
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.
Wallpaper is a great way to add contrast or personality to a home. Mixing a fun print against older architectural elements in a home, for instance, creates an amazing effect. This dense dark pattern looks great against the white painted wood floor and balusters of the stairs.
Somewhere between a child's watercolor and a rorschach, this wallpaper emerges as an eclectic and breathtaking beauty. Create an especially calming space enriched with visual interest.
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.
Martyn Lawrence released this “Topkapi” paper in blue as an homage to the tiles that lined the royal suites in Istanbul’s Topkapi Palace. It would look great in an entire bathroom, or just on the wall where the mirror and vanity are placed.
Whimsical yet bold, this Danish wallpaper is a true delight. It's perfect with warm, midcentury modern furniture and lots of white accents.
I love the mirrored pattern of this wallpaper featuring feathered friends. It’s striking in the black and white colorway.
I first discovered how smashing this paper can look when interviewing Valerie Pasquiou for Houzz (she used it in purple next to red accents). What's so much fun is that it looks like a traditional floral at first glance, but when you get up close you realize that there are some darling bats flying...
I can only dream about what this wallpaper looks like in reality. I instantly picture the dye art that I used to do as a kid on paper coffee filters — anyone else remember that?
Another beautiful creation from the mind of Joy Cho, this beautiful wallpaper is an example of that quirky kind of elegance that I so love. Can she just design my entire house? Please?
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 ...
Bring that cozy cabin feeling to your decor. This rustic wallpaper has the authentic texture and detail of wood — a natural for your favorite casual setting.
Call me Ahab, but I love these cheerful oversized whales. I mean, I suppose it's very appropriate for whales to be oversized, right? They really pack a graphic punch, and are perfect for a child's bathroom.
Do something delicate with your walls to dignify your decor. Birds, florals, ribbons and bows in a soft blush of pink make a genteel statement in your favorite traditional setting.
Why hello, Moroccan-inspired tile print made up of cicadas. It doesn’t get any cooler than this pattern from Grow House Grow.
If your book collection is taking awhile to come together, you can opt for this library wallpaper instead!
Wallpaper is a great way to add contrast or personality to a home. Mixing a fun print against older architectural elements in a home, for instance, creates an amazing effect.
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...
Scalamandre is one of my favorite shops for all things interiors. This “Baldwin Bamboo” wallpaper is in their classic collection and is hand printed in a stunning cream and blue on yellow. This is just the paper to give any guest bathroom a complete makeover.
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.
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