Wallpaper all things, we always say! This roundup is more evidence of why that's a solid piece of advice. Adding pattern to small surfaces can make a big statement.
Serengeti (Ebony). We love simplicity and monochromatic color schemes, yet the pattern adds that extra touch of interest and coordinates perfectly with the throw pillow. Image via Molly Griggs Interiors.
Raindrops (Ceramic). Can't go wrong with a classic blue and white combo. And if you think you did (don't worry, you didn't), you can easily remove it. Image via @hooplaloveco.
Foret (Charcoal). We adore this wallpaper application. Don't forget the sides of your drawers for that most unexpected surprise pattern play! Image via @dittybopbop.
Pineapple (Yellow). For the happiest kitchen, just add pineapples! Image via Amanda Louise Interiors.
Otomi (Turquoise) and (Red). Spice things up in the living room, kitchen... anywhere with a dash of this playful pattern. Images via @storydesignsf and Hygge & West Home: Design for a Cozy Life.
Queen Anne (Ebony). Great minds (mine and Aimee's) think alike! We both love this black and gold accent in and on the cabinets. Images via @hyggeandwest.
Dog Park (Blue). Just one removable wallpaper tile can go a long way. It's a walk in the park to put up, too. Image via @hyggeandwest.
Petal Pusher (Gold) and (Black). Another wonderful pattern in a built-in to add richness and softness. Images via @bungalow56living and @alyssadkent.
Daydream (Gray). Last, but certainly not least, we are in love with this daydreamy window nook built-in. The matching gray walls here keep the overall room feeling open and cohesive, while the patterned nook creates a special moment. Image via Leclair Decor.
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