You’ve probably noticed, but wallpaper seems to be taking center stage in home decor right now. This major comeback is partly due to the recent surge of 60s and 70s influence, and partly a defiance of the all-white minimalism that had control of interior design the last few years.
With so many different prints and textures, wallpaper also offers a chance to put your own unique style into your home, without having to spend a fortune. Plus, new techniques and materials have made it simpler than ever to install and even remove. Thinking about papering a room of your own? Check out these 15 wallpapers that are sure to wow.
This Priano wallpaper by Serena & Lily is everything your #plantlady dreams are made of. Gorgeous greenery that won’t die on you, these swirling vines create an impact in whatever space you put them in. Plus, the slight variations in the watercolor shading add depth and dimension to the pattern to keep it from feeling too busy.
Serena & Lily may not have the biggest wallpaper selection, but with their impeccably on-trend style, you’re sure to find something similar to that stranger’s wall on Pinterest you’ve been trying to recreate. If your look is trendy, preppy or coastal, this is where you belong.
These little hand-painted llamas are ready to waltz their way into your heart and home. This Andie wallpaper from Lulie Wallace is as stylish as it is adorable, like much of her collection. Heavily influenced by pastel colors and vintage patterns, all of Lulie Wallace’s wallpapers convey a soft southern charm.
Moody and intriguing, this Dark Floral wallpaper is a stylish way to display your flair for the dramatic. This pattern transforms your room into something sophisticated and regal, while the deeper tones are in line with current interior design trends.
Ellie Cashman is a Netherlands-based designer that specializes in exaggerated blooms against shadowy backgrounds. In each of her pieces she seeks to portray those shining moments in life when one bursts from the darkness, blossoming in the light of true fulfillment. Whether it’s the beauty of the message, or the beauty of the image, you’re sure to be captivated!
Caitlin Wilson is a haven for soft florals and feminine patterns. With hues of dusty pink and blue, this hand-painted wallpaper evokes the romance and youthfulness of spring, while also pulling in the refinement of the English gardens it was named for. This pattern pairs perfectly with tufted white couches, brass end tables, and afternoon tea.
Milton & King offers so many great wallpapers, it’s hard to narrow down the choices. Much of their vast selection is made up of collaborations with outside designers, studios and tastemakers. These curated collections ensure that Milton & King has tons of unique, high-end designs in a wide variety of styles.
This Heritage Tiles wallpaper reproduces the look of vintage porcelain tiles. It is just one of many wall coverings in the Kemra collection that offers a realistic imitation of different materials and textures, like wood, brick or fabric. These blue and white faux tiles are ideal for capturing the style of a Mediterranean villa or classic farmhouse.
anewall is your go-to for whimsical and vintage wallpapers. While they do have some contemporary styles, the majority of their collection consists of oversized florals, hand-sketched animals and historical scenes. A few even look like they were taken straight out of a children’s book, which adds to the overall fanciful aesthetic.
Definitely browse here first if you are looking to decorate a kid’s room or nursery, but anewall is also great if you wish to bring a little magic to your main living spaces. This vintage Ophelia Mural surprises you with a mermaid lagoon hidden among the flora and fauna!
Who needs the beach? With this Tropical Banana Trees wallpaper from wallspruce, your living room becomes your own personal vacation resort, and the perfect excuse to make piña coladas on a regular basis. Bright and fun, it’s like Lily Pulitzer for your wall.
Embrace your inner free-spirit with this Summit Charcoal Triangle wallpaper from Brewster. Gray on gray with a distressed effect, this mod pattern fits right in with boho and dessert chic styles. Also comes in light gray for a softer touch, or turquoise if you’re feeling bold.
Would this list be worth anything if I didn’t include a grasscloth? With the recent surge of 60s and 70s influence on design, it’s no surprise this wall covering has started taking over your instagram.
Made from woven natural fibers, grasscloth has texture and subtle variegations that give it depth and interest. However, the natural materials also make for fussy installation and maintenance. This Sea Grass faux grasscloth in blue from Fifth & Foster captures the same look without all the extra hassle.
Sometimes bold patterns just aren’t your thing, but that doesn’t mean you can’t jump on the wallpaper train. This Grid wallpaper from WallsNeedLove revamps your room without being too in-your-face. It’s cool, modern, and versatile for so many styles and spaces!
Is anyone else guilty of walking into an Anthropologie and immediately wanting to hand over all your money to the nearest employee? The clothing was never a great match with my style, but as soon as I was old enough to move out on my own, they had me hooked with their home decor and kitchenware.
This Poppy wallpaper is sure to bring some feminine flair to your walls with it’s cascade of blooms against a bright background of never-dying millennial pink. The delicate flowers and vivid colors blend for a chic, elegant and fashionable style.
The Navy Spotted wallpaper is another trendy offering from Caitlin Wilson. With asymmetrical borders and varied sizing, this pattern is the grown up answer to your teenage polka-dot obsession. It’s playful but classic, and definitely a fun way to dress up your space!
Wallshoppe is not afraid to go bold. Their broad collection of both regular and removable wallpapers focuses on vibrant colors, with patterns ranging from playful to borderline cheeky. This Best Fronds wallpaper in yellow will make your room shine brighter than a Hawaiian sunrise.
Here’s another super versatile geometric print. Go stylish and feminine with bright colors, like above, or tone it down with soft textures and neutral palettes for a more serene atmosphere. Either way this Alaya wallpaper by Willa Arlo is available at Wayfair, so you know it’s going to be an affordable option for changing up your space.
Dreaming of a vacation in the French Riviera? This Skylake Toile wallpaper by Serena & Lily will take you seaside without even having to leave the house. The scenes depict a host of maritime elements, including beach houses, sailboats and fishermen. Stare long enough and you can almost feel the salty sea-breeze in your hair. Crepes and macarons not included.
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