Hey Prepster! Yeah, you! This is your wallpaper. Put it in the library, a boy's room, a den, a study, a bachelor pad.
I'm dying to decorate a bedroom around this wallpaper. The black and white is so chic, and the flowers aren't too busy like they are in some toiles.
This is symmetrical and organic at the same time. Plus, it's in one of my favorite colorways: black and gold. What's not to love?
Damask wallpaper gets kind of a bad reputation for being stuffy, but patterns like this one might be the reason they stick around. It's elegant and simple but still very lovely. It's perfect for a feminine room, maybe a dressing room.
Ferm Living's Scandinavian, modern wallpaper is WallSmart quality. WallSmart wallpaper is a new generation of non-woven designer wallpaper that is easier and faster to hang. When hanging the wallpaper, apply the paste to the wall and then hang the sections by butting the edges together. Ferm Living...
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.
I imagine this number paired with a wall sink that features a fabulous pleated skirt in an incredible pattern. The best thing about this wallpaper? Depending on your coordinating fabric, you can make it whatever you want: Up the ante with a vibrant, busy pattern, or tone it down with a solid skirt...
This mesmerizing wallpaper comes in a variety of colors (some a lot more subtle than this). It would be great for a large accent wall with large minimalist artwork.
These bold tropical leaves will add tropical style and a big graphic punch to any room in your home. Whether you want to turn your living room into a Palm-Spring-ish Rat Packy lounge or add some vibrant style to a small powder room, this style will do the trick.
This print reminds me of Japanese artist Marimekko's oversize floral prints. I love the orange and coral colors.
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...
This soft blue and cream damask wallpaper will make any bedroom a restful space. Find it at American Blinds and Wallpaper from Brewster Wallcoverings.
This fabulous key wallpaper from Jonathan Adler reminds me of the amazing relief wall he created at The Parker Palm Springs. You can use it in any room in the house, but I like the idea of using it in a major entryway, whether it's the foyer or the mudroom.
An elegant doodle of a city makes this work for any children's space in your home for a boy or girl.
Kasper Wallpaper, Gold
The Cole and Son archive consists of approximately 1,800 block print designs, 350 screenprint designs and a huge quantity of original drawings and wallpapers, representing all the styles from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Cole and Son is now the primary source for entirely authentic...
When Amy Butler teamed up with Graham and Brown, I died and went to heaven... and then I died again when she added this pattern.
Winner of the ICFF Editor's Award 2011! Weight per roll 1.87 lb. No Repeat Over 43 SQFT of unique planks Heavy duty wallpaper with paper top layer and non woven backing Colourfast and washable with a soft cloth No wallpapering table necessary, as it is the wall that is pasted
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