I've never had wallpaper in my house, mostly because I rent. I think it is stunning, especially with so many incredible patterns out there, but it is just so much work and so much commitment. Patterns come and go. A few years ago it was all about damask. Now you can't escape the Ikat and chevron. Someday, though, I'm going to go for a bold pattern in one of our spaces. Some inspirations on this blue Monday. Incredible Gradient paper..can you imagine matching this up..ugh.
Love this. A little tribal, but classic. Striking, yet casual.
Traditional and formal.
I've posted this image before. My idea of perfection. A little retro, a little glam but doable even if you have "alley" furniture.
I'm so over damask, but I would love to veg out in this pattern-heavy room. And pairing it with this insane quilt is really working for me.
This room arrangement is stiff and this powdery purple is really just wrong, and I pretty much hate this art on that pattern, but this paper is pretty great. I know, I need to learn to form an opinion.
Earthy, simple, beautiful. And chartreuse velvet is always a hell yeah. This couch is screaming for a red/orange/pink pillow.
These cabinets are pretty ick, but fresh and fun pattern. I'd pair this with a simple wood console, a big black and white photograph and a big vase of colorful flowers.
Pretty fancy schmancy, but love the pairing with the vermilion door. This whole vignette needs to be "unstuffed," but stunning paper nonetheless.