Transform Your Sleep Space: Popular Trends in Bedroom Wallpaper

In the world of interior decorating, wallpaper has made a remarkable comeback, especially in bedrooms where it can create a transformative ambiance. Today’s wallpapers offer a stunning array of colors, textures, and designs that can turn any bedroom into a personalized sanctuary. Whether you favor bold geometrics, serene nature-inspired prints, or luxurious textures, bedroom wallpaper can elevate your sleep space, making it a true reflection of your style. Enjoy today’s inspiration that shows how to infuse your bedroom with personality and charm.

I love this first print with its large pattern and hint of mustard yellow. Feel free to forego wall art when you use a bold wallpaper pattern. This is the Lotus pattern in ochre by Galbraith and Paul.

leaf pattern bedroom wallpaperPhoto by Jill Cordner Interior Design


If you want something more subdued for a bedroom, consider a tone-on-tone neutral print and only apply the paper to one wall. 

Vaulted ceiling in neutral bedroom with wallpapered accent wallPhoto by Kelsey Ann Rose


Here’s another example of a softer wallpaper option for your bedroom. Gingham checks on the pillow and bed skirt lend a bit of interest to the most monochromatic space. The result is charming and elegant, all at once. 

elegant muted bedroom in creamy whitePhoto by Gathered


Vining style wallpapers are always a popular choice and often feature flowers or birds – or both. Striped curtains are a complementary touch and the floral pillow emphasizes the nature theme. The Hummingbirds wallpaper is by Cole and Son. 

English country bedroomPhoto by Drummond House co.


A sweet trellis vine pattern is a charming touch for a more feminine bedroom. There’s really no end to wallpaper patterns and it can sometimes seem overwhelming to choose just one. I tend to limit myself to a particular motif (floral, geometric, striped, etc.) and go from there. Or I’ll choose a designer like William Morris or Rifle Paper. If you don’t make some limitations up front, you can spend weeks choosing a paper. 

Trellis vine wallpaperPhoto by Rena Barclay Interiors


Small geometric patterns are something I tend to favor when choosing wallpaper. They’re easier to mix with other patterns in the room. 

English country wallpaperPhoto by Wright-Ryan Homes


Step back for a better view of this English country bedroom. 

English country bedroomPhoto by Wright-Ryan Homes


A sage and cream space features the Imperial Garden Chinoiserie wallpaper. It’s fairly easy to find a bedroom wallpaper in patterns like this. The look is soft and pretty and makes for a restful room.

sage and cream bedroom with wallpaperPhoto by Brewster Home Fashions


I love botanical prints for wallpaper in any room. I’ve yet to try the peel and stick paper and prefer adding paste to the wall. Back in the day, you could find pre-pasted paper. All you had to do is wet it and hang. They don’t seem to make it anymore, which was disappointing when I recently papered both my dining room and bathroom

gray and white bedroom with botanical print wallpaperPhoto by Laura Design Company


A harlequin diamond print is the perfect choice for bedroom wallpaper in a kids room. It’s best if you choose the wallpaper before choosing the bedding. It’s easier to find a match. In this room, it’s more of a geometric theme than a color scheme. 

harlequin diamond bedroom wallpaperPhoto by Grace and Grey Ltd


We’ll wrap up today’s bedroom wallpaper inspiration with the Montreal pattern in forest and teal by William Morris. You’ll find his arts and crafts patterns everywhere these days. 

arts and crafts bedroom with William Morris wallpaperPhoto by FIONA DUKE INTERIORS


I hope you walked away with some bedrooms ideas for your own home!


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  1. The wallpapers are really pretty and add so much depth to the rooms. Like you said, wallpaper tends to infuse personality and charm. I’m a weirdo. Just when wallpaper is making a comeback in the decor world, I am choosing to paint our walls instead of repapering them as we remediate after our house fire. Our MBR and kitchen were both papered, but now our whole house is being repainted in Benjamin Moore’s “Sonnet.” I guess I am just in need for subdued “quiet” in our spaces for a while. Wink wink.

  2. I love that you showed this today because wallpaper has been heavy on my mind. I have heard peel and stick is easy to do and remove, I’m still not sure. I love faded vintage look paper, with smaller scale designs. I’m not sure if that would show a mistake harder or easier to see. LOL The harlequin design and the the one at the top is really nice.

  3. Thanks for all these examples. Some day I would love to try the peel-and-stick, if I could only make up my mind.