How cool is this paintable wallpaper from Grandin Road? Color it in with your favorite paint or leave it white as is; either way your room will feel like an entirely new place once your walls are updated.
Available in multiple color options, this elegant wallpaper disguises pop art lamps for every space. The flocking adds extra texture for interest.
Design by Trine Andersen.By ferm LIVING. Transform a space, make a statement. Alone or layered with furniture or artwork, these geometric squares add a natural liveliness to interior spaces.Printed on WallSmart wallpaper (non-woven fleece). WallSmart wallpaper is a new generation of non-woven...
This exotic print is just such fun, great for a splash of unexpected fun and color in a room, perhaps lining the back of a set of bookshelves.
This wallpaper is a breath of fresh air. The charming silhouettes of bottles and jars sit atop a bold damask pattern. I'm head over heels for this one, though I have no idea where I'd hang it!
Porcelain by Eijffinger
Remember those "Doors of (Insert Whatever City/Town Here)" posters everyone had in the '80s? This is a much much much cooler version; a black and white wallpaper that shows off architectural porticoes in a fun pattern, where traditional elements meet a modern graphic aesthetic.
Porticoes by Brewers
This sweet wallpaper features several different patterns on chairs, including a floral and ikat. It will add a touch of whimsy to your home.
Fresh Floral by Brewers
Laura Felicity's Dotty Bird wallpaper is peaceful and dreamy. It would look fabulous in a little baby girl's room.
I love this paper. I think it would go perfect in any room. It's bird themed without being too girly.
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 is an example of a lovely chinoiserie paper from Paper Source that comes in several colors and looks great as a group of framed panels.
Mirage Gray Wallpaper
This lovely floral print is dotted with colorful birds that stand out and make one take notice. The paper is environmentally friendly to boot!
These sweet snowy blossoms on a gray background make this paper a great way to hop on the gray trend with added style.
A floor-to-ceiling repeat draws the eye up and adds height to any room. This wallpaper will bring a beautiful deep blue and arboreal pattern to any wall or entire room in the house.
Fifi is a classic print that showcases '50s-style girls in their bell-shaped dresses. Use it to accent one wall and use complementary paint colors on the others.
Fifi Wallpaper by Sanderson
Harlequin Wallcoverings does it again with their People paper. The subtle people motif adds immediate interest while being nondescript. While I'm loving the bright auburn orange, it is also available in many other colorways. They are all great for a fun modern space.
Graham & Brown hit the jackpot with this fun print. It is the perfect mix of cheer, boho and paisley — you just can't go wrong! Memento has a bold scale that works great in any room.
OK, so this is really a wildcard in the bunch, but I love the idea of having a map of the NYC subway system in the powder room. Not sure about the best way to get from Brooklyn to FAO Schwartz? Go check it out in the bathroom! It's very unexpected and very cool.
Quadrille's classic chinoiserie toile Paradise Garden in purple is available as both wallpaper and fabric. Use the wallpaper in your master bedroom.
Osborne & Little's Palais Chinois wallpaper in purple is perfect for a bedroom. It's both restful and elegant.
I'm totally obsessed with this Opera House wallpaper from Anthropologie. It's kind of kooky, but it makes quite a conversation piece.
To some, this paper may be a bit old-fashioned, but it could be incredibly unusual and interesting in a living room mixed with the right decor — I'm thinking a teal blue velvet sofa.
A charming woodland scene is just right for a baby boy's nursery or bedroom. I love the greens used here.
This is one of my favorites by Harlequin. Something about the turquoise, gray and silver flowers is completely refreshing! Mint handsoap would coordinate well.
A bright idea for any space, fun wallpaper has seen a resurgence in the past few years, and I'm totally OK with it. This peppy paper would look great in a bathroom or bedroom with some fun and spunky accessories.
The Ringwold Papers
I love the watercolor brushstrokes on this abstract wallpaper. It's soft and inviting and yet so modern and sweet.
The combination of gold and white is one of my favorites. I came across this wallpaper recently and am tempted to use it in my nursery. It would also look great in a powder bath or master bedroom to add some design without being too loud.
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