Wallpaper, wallpaper, where have you been?! After years of minimalist "Decorator's White" walls, rich, patterned statement wallpaper is back — and we couldn't be happier.
We love them all — feminine florals that evoke the English countryside, rich tropical prints that feel like Havana, and especially those grittier or more abstract patterns that give a room an edge. Here are 20 wallpaper ideas that really make the room.
In the jewel-toned library at none other than our very own Hunker House, a damask-like wallpaper gives an Old World vibe to an otherwise modern space.
Proof that small spaces can handle big, bold patterns. And who doesn't love marble?
This Liberty of London-esque print makes the kitchen the definition of cheery.
A vintage floral, in dramatic navy and cream, offers both drama and texture.
A lot of times, tropical wallpaper is relegated to a smaller or more private space, but here in this Connecticut bungalow, it adds warmth to a traditional dining room. The removable wallpaper tiles are by Justina Blakeney for Hygge & West.
12. In the bedroom.
14. In the nursery.
15. In the bathroom.
16. In the playroom.
An accent wall of palm trees, in black and white, is 100% California cool.
Look closely at the Flavor Paper's Bay Area Toile wallpaper (seen here in a charming Victorian row house in SF) and you'll find delightful illustrations of Bay Area royalty, from rapper Too $hort to culinary icon Alice Waters.
18. In the bedroom.
More proof that big prints and small spaces just go together. We love seeing Schumacher's Queen of Spain doubled in the mirror.
20. In the bedroom.