I must confess that I never put wallpapers on my home but I would like to commit to one pattern one day. To help me to take the plunge, I like to admire gorgeous wallpapered rooms. If you wish to use wallpapers, here are a few rules to obey. First, less is more. Therefore, restrain it to one wall. Best results are obtained when you install it on a continuous surface.
The choices are stunning from the grand damask design to the big modern floral or organic patterns. I have a thing right now for the trees of the Silhouette pattern by Harlequin.
For Kids Rooms
The patterns for kids are as impressive. You can find plenty of playful wallpapers than look sophisticated and unique. On the left, the British houses illustrated paper is called Brighton. Used for the drapes and cushions, the Go Go Retro fabric is mixed with Bonbon fabrics to create a vintage scheme for a boy’s room.
Which pattern is your favorite?
+ Desire in Teal Wallpaper by Graham & Brown $70 USD /roll
+ Eco Highway in White Wallpaper by Graham & Brown $60 /roll
+ Silhouette Wallpaper from Boutique Collection by Harlequin
+ Gardenia Pattern from the Juniper Collection by Harlequin
+ What a Hoot Wallpaper Collection by Harlequin
HeatherNovember 3, 2010 at 07:50
I am in LOVE with the gardenia pattern (I wonder if I can convince my landlord to go for it…). I think that’s actually my dream bedroom!
The Hip + Urban GirlJanuary 3, 2011 at 13:53
I did just convince my landlord to let me wallpaper the front foyer. The next step is getting over my procrastination and actually doing it! These are all lovely pieces of inspiration.