From traditional and classic to bold and graphic, wallpaper is back in a big way. Some people may be scared off by wallpaper, with with ideas of tacky floral patterns and primary-colored stripes, but some of the freshest trends in wall coverings can be a great component to decorating your home. We all remember the wallpaper growing up that we learned to hate, but now there are a lot of patterns that do enhance an interior.
We love wallpaper for its room-transforming, style-defining powers. Wallpaper goes way beyond what can be done with paint. Painted finishes, although great in some spaces, don’t equate to the luxury and opulence a few rolls of wallpaper can provide. People are often looking for ways to achieve that “wow” factor without having to add more costly items, such as tiles, stone or expensive textile fabrics, and wallpaper does a great job of it. Here are just a few examples of the room-transforming abilities of wallpaper:
Wallpaper has an amazing way of warming up a room and creating rich, layered sophistication. It can be used in any room to create a more intimate feel.
A busy, whimsical or interesting print can transform a small room into your home’s “jewel box.” Powder rooms are the perfect place to use wallpaper. You can go big and bold without fear of committing to too much.
Make a Statement
Wallpapers can make almost any type of design statement. Soft, organic lines lend a soothing touch to a room, whereas bold geometrics can really add vibrancy and energy to a dull space.
Sometimes people like the idea of wallpaper but are nervous to commit to a whole room. By putting it on just one accent wall, say behind the bed in a bedroom or to create a focal point behind a sofa in a living room, you can get the upside without overdoing it.
Everyone wants a great piece of art on the wall. Can’t nail down that perfect picture? Why not choose decadent wallpaper?
Wallpaper makes a space more luxurious by adding another layer of depth to a room. Even the most subtle texture or pattern can add depth and warmth that paint cannot.