This week we’re talking about (and gushing over) wallpaper. Wallpaper is back in style, and we’ve seen a variety of ways to incorporate it into any space. From bold colors and prints to delightful textures and more, we’re sharing our top 6 inspirations of the moment.
Here’s another fantastic wallpaper from Supply Showroom. We love the depth it provides to this vignette, and the way it complements the pieces – from the lamps to the throw pillows. Photo courtesy of Christina Turknett Interiors.
If you’ve ever heard of the book, The New Bohemians by Justina Blakeney , then it will be no surprise that the designer behind this gorgeous wallpaper is Justina herself! We love the mix of yellows and golds against the leather armchair. We think this paper would pair beautifully with any of our vintage leather armchairs and sofas!
This bathroom design by Bunny Williams features beautiful wallpaper by designer Peter Fasano. As evidenced here, it too pairs well with antique pieces – just like the 19th century French iron-and-marble sink from Treillage pictured below! We’d love to see it with some of our marble-topped case pieces or vintage mirrors.
This hotel room at the Hotel Providence in Paris, France is exquisitely decorated. Not only is the wallpaper impactful, but the carefully curated design with antique pieces also provides great decorative impact to the overall space. The large windows to the terrace really round out the look.
The use of florals in decor is on the rise – and this detailed wallpaper mural is one of the most impactful uses we’ve ever seen. We love the look and feel of the design – rich pops of color while maintaining an erratic vibe with the high-contrast dark gray background. The side table complements the space used up by the mural quite well too!
If you’re looking to add depth your space with the use of wallpaper – we highly recommend working with our friends at James Showroom or Supply Showroom. And if you’re in search of a piece to complement your new wallpapered space, look no further than our showroom!