We’re wrapping up International Wallpaper Week with a final post about wallpaper inspiration for any room in your house. You might find some of the patterns, and some a little too bold for your taste. But as the old saying goes, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder!”
A cozy reading nook gets a splash of color with rich floral wallpaper that pops against the white trim.
An arts and crafts style living room gets cozied up with a dark geometric print paper – and did you notice the tin tile ceiling?
A soft shade of robin’s egg blue is the background color for a charming pattern of birds and branches.
You might not think to add a large-patterned wallpaper to a small kitchen, but there’s just enough wall space to accommodate the print.
If you like a more subtle approach, you might appreciate this soft tan wallpaper with a faint pattern.
My mother put a grasscloth wallpaper in my brothers’ bedroom, similar to this blue one, but in brown. I remember picking at the wallpaper to pull out some of the grass, which was fun, but didn’t make my mother happy.
Now, on to bigger and bolder patterns.
Normally I’m not a big fan of geometric prints, but I do like the wallpaper inspiration in this entryway. Maybe it’s the color that attracts me.
If you like the softer side of geometrics, you might enjoy the wallpaper in this Scandinavian style dining room.
And just for fun – I couldn’t resist sharing this whimsical fish wallpaper in an old-fashioned bathroom!
I hope you enjoyed wallpaper week here on my blog! Several of you have mentioned using peel-and-stick wallpaper and I must confess I’ve never tried it. Now might be the time!
Enjoy More Wallpaper Inspiration:
Bold Wallpaper Updates a Dated Airstream (Dwell Magazine)
Peek Inside a Wallpaper Designer’s Home (Dwell Magazine)