1,395 Eclectic Wallpaper
The favorite flower of many, this peony wallpaper will keep many-a-female satiated until peony season arrives once more!
Love the look of wallpaper but afraid of the long-term commitment? This peel-and-stick material is perfect for playing with color and patterns. You can easily change up the look of a room by using this self-adhesive wallpaper and then simply peel it off the wall with no harm done when you're ready...
Here's a floral wall mural for the non-committal and those in the my-landlord-won't-let-me-paint situation.
Way ahead of her time and the trend, Flora Scalamandré originally designed this art deco wallpaper in the 1930s. Eighty years later it's back and more beautiful than ever.
Looking for that groovy sixties beach cabin look without having to actually find the boards? Trick the eye with this eco-friendly scrapwood wallpaper by Piet Hein Eek!
For me, the idea of a tea party conjures up images of doilies and tea cozies and kitschy floral prints. The modern, bright colors here are quite the opposite. A tea party with this color scheme would be all fun, not frumpy.
Bistro 750 Wallpaper
This paisley wall covering looks as stunning as a colorful Persian rug with whimsical florals and captivating inks.
One of my friends has this amazing half bath with nautical chart wallpaper very similar to this design.
Kelly Wearstler gets catty with this "Feline" paper pattern, an updated version of leopard with a hint of ikat. Again, the hand is evident, with the feathering around and through the spots. It's practically sweet enough for a kids' room.
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
The repeat of this cheeky nautical rope knot wallpaper is just too much fun. You can dress it up (a silver and blue version is available) for the living room or a posh powder room, or dress it down for a child's nautical-themed room.
This wallpaper is unpasted non-woven material and is 20.5" x 33' with a straight match and a 25.2" repeat. Made in the United Kingdom. Roll Coverage: 56.38 square feet.
I was instantly hooked on this whimsical balloon wallpaper by Schumacher, and, in fact, I recommended it for a client's powder room.
Committing an entire wall (or room) to this flocked skull wallpaper is not for the faint of heart, but, dang, that's some good-looking wallpaper.
If your book collection is taking awhile to come together, you can opt for this library wallpaper instead!
Our Crawfish Cotillion is original artwork that was created to bring awareness to ongoing Gulf Coast recovery efforts. The design is classical with a coastal and concealed twist. At first you might not notice our dancing crawfish but they are happy because their Gulf Coast shores are starting to...
I have been majorly smitten with this wallpaper ever since Wes Anderson introduced me to it in the Royal Tenenbaums. Even if you can only afford enough of it to cover a small closet, I would highly suggest you go for it.
I'm totally obsessed with this Opera House wallpaper from Anthropologie. It's kind of kooky, but it makes quite a conversation piece.
Who doesn't adore the look of floor-to-ceiling built-ins packed with gorgeous books? For those of us without, we can fake it until we make it with this colorful faux-library print.
Sir Terence Conran's Hector Bibendum light, which has been designed to celebrate Original BTC's 21st birthday and the Michelin building's centenary, is a reinterpretation of a classic design by one of the greatest design gurus of our time.
Osborne and Little has some of the quirkiest wallcoverings out there! This one is from the Clarendon collection and features 18th century cameos flocked on a contrasting charcoal background. The texture and color are unique and interesting.
Want to brighten up a dark room? This beautiful yellow and gold pattern looks relaxed and regal at the same time.
Luna by Studio E is a hand-painted metallic wallpaper. Its stunning finish is a great way to subtly evoke the scales of a dragon.
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...
This woodsy paper brings wow to your walls and rustic appeal to your decor. Plus, it's pre-pasted for easy application and durable enough to scrub.
Yowza! This wallpaper is not for the timid! It’s illustrative quality and electric colors are so unique. I think it has a great commercial vibe to it – maybe for a store’s dressing room or a restaurant’s bathroom. But it would be equally as chic in your home too!
SureStrip backing allows for paste-free application and easy removalGravure-printed paperRoll: 33'L, 20.5"WRepeat: 20.5"LCovers 56 square feetUSA
This large wallcovering is fantastic for a kid's room, playroom or office. You may even decide to use push pins to mark all the places you've been (or the ones where you want to visit)!
MoRockAnSoul XOXO: faux tile, peel-and-stick, self-adhesive wallcovering transports you to Marrekesh where you can have a magical Moroccan-inspired space temporarily or for as long as you want. Casart coverings repositionable wallcovering makes slipcovering your walls easy, convenient, and...
Abstract art wall mural. Here is a picture of an artist's painter's palette enlarged to create a one of a kind mural/ abstract art piece for a room or living space.
No one goes bolder that Shand Kydd. Give your walls an unforgettable look with this bright, colorful pattern.
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