Colour, nice texture and character all over the space. Ah, the power and charms of beautifully designed walls. True, walls can change the whole look of a room, wrapping up the whole idea and the concept you have imagined for the space. If you’ve been wanting to infuse your space with some boldness but were afraid of how the paint will turn out – hesitate no more. Wallpapers have been staging a huge comeback in the past few years and this trend shows no signs of slowing down or fading. But the thing is, loving the look of graphic wallpaper in a photo is a whole lot different than actually papering your walls at home with it. For that reason, to help you out in your interior design project, we’ll go over some ideas on how to style up patterned wallpaper. I hope some of these wins your heart.
The dining room is the perfect spot to start experimenting with this kind of details. All you need to make an impact is to design only one wall in a let’s say golden floral pink wallpaper. The gold acts like a neutral, thus it pairs well with almost every colour. Plus, it adds a fancy touch to the space, making it one of the best wallpaper choices for a dining room. You can freely put a large and stylish black art print on top of your floral print wallpaper to make the wall even more distinctive.
If you’re into this type of interior design style and have many details that you’ve gathered throughout the years, then complement the furniture and the details with a wallpaper design that reflects the aesthetics of the era. Think white wooden floors, brown king size bed with a distinctive headboard and a white-blue patterned wallpaper design on the wall behind the bed. The linens are also in a soft blue hue with a distinctive design. Ah, a marvelous, dreamy bedroom.
If you want to dress the walls of your living room without overwhelming the space, go with a soft gray and white chevron-print to add a subtle graphic punch to the space. This would be perfect for an open plan space as it will give it more dimension and will add more sophistication. Add simple artworks in neutral colours with one colour that pops and makes all the difference. And yes, white or wooden frames. A stylish boost at its finest.