I’ve always had a thing with wallpapers (note to self: check if an Insta account exists). You know I’ve been eager to get started on our guest bathroom renovation and after last week’s tour of Maison de Luxe, I need wallpaper in my life and home. If I could (and if Alan were cool with it), I would opt for wallpaper in every room of the house. What can I say, I’m a maximalist and he’s a minimalist. After months of researching my wallpapers, I wanted to share the 10 wallpapers I’m loving right now. As you’ll notice, my love of wallpaper crosses many different aesthetics and styles, but I think we can agree they are all pretty fabulous, right? Let me know which ones you love in the comment section.
A Guide to Wallpapers
The first room features the Crystalline wallpaper from Drop It Modern. I love that it’s a statement piece that can bring together vintage and modern aesthetics, plus it’s also fully removable!
Juju’s Sou’wester wallpaper has a simple southwestern print in neon orange which is perfect for an update mid century modern space.
Art as wallpaper? The Matisse is My Muse wallpaper by Kate Zaremba brings abstract and bright color home.
When Alan and I get around to renovating the house, the Calico Collection wallpaper will. be. in. our. house….preferably in the living and dining rooms.
I love the dramatic impact of Farrow & Ball’s Lotus wallpaper in this powder room. The brass and acrylic pedestal sink is also unreal.
If you are searching for luxurious, handmade, and simply breathtaking wallpaper, then you must check out de Gournay Wallpaper. My favorite is the Chinoisere Collection which exudes a vintage elegance that is unmatched.
The geometric pattern of Clever Spaces’ Half Moon wallpaper make it perfect for a contemporary loft or children’s room.
The Wander Woods wallpaper by Sarah Jane Studio is reminiscent of a magical and whimsical wonderland you dream up as a child. The soft pink hues are just the perfect touch.
Eskayel’s The Dance wallpaper combines the casual feel of denim with decor friendly ikat print. It’s a wallpaper I wouldn’t mind curling up next to.