Wallpaper Wonders: Our Favorite Patterned Spaces

Wallpaper Wonders: Our Favorite Patterned Spaces

Wallpaper Wonders: Our Favorite Patterned Spaces

You've never had a wider selection when it comes to wallpaper—and our designers are taking advantage. Check out our favorite wallpapered spaces, from petite powder rooms to dramatic dining rooms.

There was a time, not all that long ago when wallpaper struck fear in the hearts of most people. It conjured up ideas of a home that had been untouched by renovation—and a future spent slowly peeling away the past. But things have changed—a stunning wallpaper moment is a hallmark of a chic home and new fabrications have made the material rental friendly. Still not ready to take the plunge? Get inspired with some of our favorite wallpaper moments.


Designers: Pippa Lee and Tali Roth
Photo by: Christian Torres

We love the dreamy view that this swirly swathed ceiling provides.

Designer: Katherine Carter
Photo by: Tessa Neustadt

Because sometimes your dining room needs more drama, why not indulge in this kaleidoscopic take on damask.


Designer: Ariel Okin
Photo by: Seth Caplan

Designer Ariel Okin created a custom wallpaper based on children’s boutique Maisonette’s signature print for their HQ, but we adults wouldn’t mind having it in our own space.

Wallpaper: Schumacher  
Art: Society6  
Table: CB2  
Vase: CB2

Designer: Ashlie Broderic
Photo by: Seth Caplan

We love the graphic buzz this Schumacher wallpaper gives the Daily Harvest office. The delicious smoothies and lattes can’t do all the energizing.

Table: Rove Concepts  
Chairs: Rejuvenation

Designer: Haley Weidenbaum
Photo by: Lauren Pressey

Designer Haley Weidenbaum couldn’t resist getting a little sentimental in her sister’s dining room—opting for the same wallpaper as the Beverly Hills Hotel where the couple got engaged.

Designer: Gianna Marzella
Photo by: Seth Caplan

This Kelly Wearstler Graffito wallpaper would have us tagging up the place too.

Designer: Haley Weidenbaum
Photo by: Lauren Pressey

With a ceiling like this you can’t blame a baby for being resistant to tummy time.

Designer: Nicole Fisher
Photo by: Sean Litchfield

If you aren’t willing to go too bold, a bit of wainscoting softens even the busiest pattern.

Designer: Elizabeth Bomberger
Photo by: Regan Wood

This is what going for baroque in your bedroom looks like.

Left — Designer: Liz Lipkin, Photo by: Christian Torres
Right — Designer: Guinevere Johnson, Photo by: Dustin Halleck

Classic patterns feel “fresh” in posh powder rooms—which is why we love these zesty lemon toile and chic gingko stunners.


Designer: Michelle Gage
Photo by: Kyle Smith Born

Flamingo wallpaper feels equal parts ironic and irresistible.

Designer: Crystal Sinclair
Photos by: Seth Caplan (left), Claire Esparros (right) 

Designer Crystal Sinclair knows how to roll out something special. We’re constantly thinking of these two entryways that make a case for making a statement at the start of your space.


Designer: Nicole Watts
Photo by: Genevieve Garruppo

Channel tropical vibes even if you’re just running late for work.


Designer: Alec Holland
Photo by: Jenny Selvers

Would you hate it if we said “bird’s the word.”?


Designer: Beth Partyka and Meg Sullivan of Charlotte William Interiors
Photo by: Dustin Halleck

Who needs fresh flowers when your bathroom is already stocked?

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