Wallpaper has come a long way in design, and it’s only getting better. If there’s a wall that needs some sprucing up in your space and mosaic tiles just aren’t in the budget, but paint won’t cut it– wallpaper could be a great solution.
A bold floral print with a large repeat helps liven up these already bright cabinets in this open and airy kitchen.
Catalina Estrada creates some of the most unique and colorful patterns that can be translated to walls. There are always animals and nature incorporated, as seen with this beautiful home office design.
Znak wallpaper has an ingenious solution to cutouts and exciting designs with options for customizing your own wall backings.
Warped wallpaper is custom created around your household wall mounted items to create a warped effect.
A bold floral wall pattern gives this otherwise all white room a punch of playful color.
We are swooning over the eclectic combination of this bold wallpaper, Tom Dixon pendants and classic dining chairs with the traditional breakfast table and wool rug.
A simple teal peacock feather graphic paired with mustard accents for a color blocked look.
Pixelated wallpaper put together by hand– daunting but an interesting graph paper look.
A blown up newspaper curtain trompe l’oeil behind a red leather library sofa gives this space an updated library feel.
An Orla Kiely print gives this simple reading room a retro vibe.
Calendar wall keeps you organized and allows a memory bank of images to be displayed chronologically.
A black and white graffiti style paper sets the stage for colorful furniture and accents throughout a space.
An old world library style pattern is the perfect juxtaposition to our bold newspaper print alternative (seen above).
Graphic shoes would be an amazing complement to any woman’s dressing room.
Pocket wallpaper is an interesting decorative solution for an entry to drop all of those things you’d otherwise lose, such as keys, mail, sunglasses and other miscellaneous items.