5,349 wallcoverings Home Design Photos

Elizabeth Gordon
Hollywood Residence
in the room. The bedside pendants and modern chandelier immediately catch the eye, but readers also love the curtain behind the bed, the metallic wallcovering, and the beautiful and glamorous four-poster bed.
“bedroom” — alm9251
Dunlap Design Group, LLC
5 Reviews
Dining/Living Room
These totally hip homeowners love mid-century modern design. Since this dining area is open to the kitchen, we added the silver leaf wallcovering to bring the feeling of the stainless steel appliances into this room. We knew this room will potentially have food and drink disasters, so the Knoll chairs
Silver leaf. The juxtaposition of this silver leaf wallcovering with mid-century furnishings contemporizes the space with a glamorous touch. 8 Great Ways With Silver Leaf
“Nice subtle carpet tiles” — lilibethc2002
emily jagoda
tilden living room
a bit smaller, use darker colors. If you want to open it up, look for lighter colored options. Can't decide? Think about doing a bit of both! Wallcoverings today are all about mixing it up. Wood paneling is a beautiful way to add a touch of warmth to a room. Doing a small section cuts the cost pretty
“Wood paneling on the wall.” — annawilk
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Dining Room
When woven wallcovering comes with a faint, elegant sheen, it's often delicate to the touch. You'll be better off hiring a professional paper hanger to install this. One
“curtains” — orange12
Julianne Kelly
1 Review
Julianne Kelly
Sexy: Mixed metals, special wallcoverings, interesting fabrics and colors all say "sexy."
“molding” — elsey936
The Cross Interior Design
Olimpic Village Condo
7. Blackboard wallCover a wall in blackboard paint for an instant floor-to-ceiling message board. This dark colour adds to the office’s sleek design scheme, but it’d work
“Wall paper” — fitntrim
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
Quirky objects are great conversation starters, and having interesting books and artwork around makes life more pleasurable. Wallpaper or a textured wallcovering like grass cloth can also add a sense of history and depth.A note on mirrors: I think most decorators would agree that a room is not complete without
“The books” — gcanderson2
Leclair Decor
3 Reviews
Personal Home Tour
sometimes you don't get a room perfect in the first attempt, or with your first idea." Table lamps: FORSÅ from IKEAWallpaper: Eco Chic from Crown WallcoveringsPendant: TAHITI pendant from Mikaza
“love everything but the light fixture” — djbenson1115
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