We have all been loving wallpaper for a while now. It's so fun & pretty and a great way to add dimension to a space. I am admittedly a plain white paint gal when it comes to my spaces, but that is only because I need to work on varying projects where a busy backdrop may interfere with my process. I love introducing wallpaper to clients. Right now I am choosing some to present for a dining room. I can't narrow down all the great options! Help me edit!
A beautiful go to is grasscloth. It adds texture and dimension and in the evening with chandelier & candle light, it shimmers.
This girly wallpaper has a wonderful combination of shimmer and nature. It's like dining in a winter wonderland.
I love a strong trim color with wallpaper. This has a feminine deco vibe.
What a great color combo. I also love the modern and traditional marriage in this room.
I might apply some molding for architectural detail and can add panels of silver leaf paper.
I've always admired the Hinson speckle & fireworks paper.
It works great in a bathroom.
Neisha Crosland makes great looking organic wallpaper patters. This one is "Anemone."
Madison & Grow has beautiful modern patterns. I love the idea of a silver ceiling. This is a great idea for the dining room.
Their "elizabeth on peacock," made popular when West Elm used it in their catalog shoot.
"Monique wind in her hair" is a nice subtle option with pretty swirls that look drawn on the wall.
I like this Palm Springs palette and pattern. It's so citrusy and fresh.
Beautiful Gracie paper is classic and elegant. Not right for this project, but needed to throw in a traditional shot.
Love this large scale palm or banana leaf motif. Groovy.