We've rounded up a range of inspiring wallpaper installations from our talented interior design customers. From entryway and bathroom accents all the way up to the ceiling, take a page out of their playbook for professional results.
Designer: Samantha Pappas of Samantha Pappas Design
Design considerations: Piedmont (Taupe) balances a calming feeling with cheerfulness and whimsy in this welcoming entry. The neutral wallpaper was juxtaposed with a boldly framed mirror to create a uniquely inviting space.
Designer: Elizabeth Hay of Elizabeth Hay Design
Design considerations: On the search for a nautical pattern for this space, Elizabeth landed on Ahoy! (Navy). “This feels quite grown-up, while still feeling appropriate for a little boy’s room. I also loved the whale tails!”
Designer: Cindy Krauklis of Cindy Krauklis Interiors
Design considerations: Wanting a fun yet sophisticated geometric pattern, Cindy gravitated to the lines in Slice (Charcoal). "It reminds me of a stained glass window. I chose the charcoal colorway with the off-white background to contrast the dark gray wainscotting. This wallpaper turned out perfect for the office!"
Designer: Katie Kath of JKath Design Build
Design Considerations: After pitching Underwater World (Graphite) to a few clients, Katie decided they needed this pattern in their own home. "We have a love for the ocean and have gone to Cannon Beach, Oregon, every summer for the past 10 years. This bathroom is largely inspired by West Coast vibes - calm, clean and playful enough for our 13-year old daughter. Underwater World is the perfect hint of playfulness while not overstating this bathroom space."
Designer: Chelsea Newton of Chelsea Lauren Interiors
Design considerations: Chelsea used Quill (Cadet) in a primary bathroom because of its whimsical pattern and the pop of color it would bring to the space. “I love that at first glance it looks like a simple, geometric pattern, but upon closer inspection you see that it is made up of these beautiful feathers.”
Designer: Alicia Hassen of Brooklinteriors
Design considerations: When converting her client's second bedroom to an entertainment space, Alicia's vision was to create a moody, art deco inspired lounge that evoked opulence and playfulness. "Stylistically, the elegant pattern of Angelina (Coral) was the perfect fit and, when placed on the former flat white ceiling, would make the most impact while maintaining the space's sense of coziness and relaxation."