Find out where to get the wallpaper that makes the difference in these popular interiors
This article collects some of the most popular rooms on Houzz featuring the boldest, most whimsical and creative wallpapers. Though the overall room designs might inspire you during a big redecorating project, we’ve made sure they all have what many of you want most: the name of the featured wallpaper and where you can get it.
Nearly 170,000 ideabook saves make this one of our most popular bathrooms on Houzz, and it’s not hard to see why. Classic materials like marble and polished nickel mix with custom woodwork and serene floral wallpaper, ensuring a timeless but personalized space.
Sure, this desk might not be sitting in a grand library or study, but the rows of books featured in this playful wall covering certainly add to a studious atmosphere. A chalkboard accent wall offers a space for jotting down moments of brilliant inspiration.
Geometric details and a bold color palette make for a crisp and cohesive black, white and gold bedroom. The small geometric pattern of this black and white wallpaper was inspired by a decorative wood veneer called marquetry, and with it covering every wall, you can take it all in as a consistent graphic field.
This teenager’s bedroom shows that you don’t need to balance a bold wallpapered accent wall with three neutral walls. Turquoise and pink play in this paisley pattern that’s revved up with the turquoise wall behind the bed. The white bedding, headboard, nightstand and rug calm everything down and keep the room looking crisp.
Paint: Diamonds Are Not Forever, Cox Paint; throw blanket: Calypso Home; table lamp: Target; area rug: Rachel Ashwell Shabby Chic; storage boxes: small Tribeca box, The Container Store; headboard and nightstand: custom
Bold wallpaper adds a layer of surprise to intimate spaces like vestibules, entryways and niches. In this powder room under some stairs, a popular birch tree wallpaper creates a calm indoor wilderness. The repurposed snowshoe as a mirror pulls us deeper into the woods.
Paint: DKC-54, Donald Kaufman for Pratt & Lambert; toilet: Drake, Toto; sink: Mason Brothers Salvage; faucet and soap dish: antiques
This metallic wallpaper brings another layer of life to an already lively bedroom, with natural light playing off the pattern at different times of day, revealing the intricacies and details in its floral and feathered print.
Rug: Schumacher; table lamp: Currey & Co.; nightstand: Oly Studio; bed pillows: custom made with Nina Campbell fabric; headboard: custom made with Zoffany linen and viscose velvet; throw pillow: Lacefield Designs
This bathroom is about all things water, and all of its features feel fluid, from the water lily print on the walls to the cascading light fixtures reminiscent of a waterfall, to the smooth vessel sink.
Many of us would look forward to going to work in this office. This Moorish-inspired wallpaper is paired with a solid painted wall in a similar color. Colorful furnishings bring the room to life without clashing or competing with the walls.
Paint: Bittersweet Chocolate, Benjamin Moore; carpet: Elite; chaise and desk: Casalife; throw pillows: Designers Guild
Laundry rooms conjure images of pure utility, but this efficient space, with its built-in hamper and cabinetry, comes to life with a forest of perched birds on the walls — can you almost hear them chirping?
This mostly gray bedroom is anything but neutral, from the gilded, tufted headboard to the colorful glass chandelier. David Hicks’ versatile and iconic wallpaper has found yet another home on this bedroom’s walls.
Rug: Pigeon Grey, Designer Rugs; black lacquer and gold nightstands: Kindel
This powder room is the picture of elegance. Look closer, however, and you’ll see fire hydrants, parking meters, pigeons and rats decorating its walls; this wallpaper lives up to its City Park name. The designers had this pattern by Flavor Paper printed in a custom color.
Sconce: The Urban Electric Co.; faucet: Porcher; mirror: antique