Your bedroom is your oasis; it's where you come to unwind and rejuvenate each day, so it should represent your style and personality. One of the best ways to make sure your personality is quite literally displayed proudly on the wall? Hanging wallpaper, of course. So read on for twenty seven bedrooms with wallpaper of every style, from bold, modern statements to subtle classics.
In this master bedroom designed by , layers of rich textures and soft colors contrast with high-impact wall art. The abstract, watercolor-inspired wallpaper marries the two themes and brings the whole space to life.
The graphic navy wallpaper and matching upholstered headboard along with the chrome table lamp assert a modern sensibility to the antique pieces throughout the dapper bedroom designed by .
A pale mint wallpaper with a dainty floral pattern is as sweet as it gets. But this New York City bedroom designed by adds a little spice to the mix with a cheeky sheep photograph above the bed and a textured burled wood side table.
Modern, photorealist interpretations of classic designs are popping up everywhere, whether it’s a botanical print contemporized or a graphic, digitalized geometric pattern. In this bedroom designed by , the wallpaper mimics wood grain swirls for a nature-inspired twist.
A bold choice in wallpaper with matching curtains will always make a statement, especially in a colorful and eclectic bedroom like this one designed by the inimitable . We love he brought the room to life with colorful throw pillows and blankets and a snake print trunk.
As you can see in this bedroom at the stylish in Paris, France, nothing makes a modern light fixture pop like an old-school wallpaper. There's just something so unique about this contrast that feels both fresh and inspired, timeless and easygoing.
If you love eclectic decorating and blue-green colors, take note from this pattern-packed and playful bedroom designed by . The metallic accents really pop while the layers of textiles keep things soft while the artistic, sweet, and playful wallcovering is itself a work of art.
Minimalists can love wallpaper, too, you know. Covered in a traditional wallpaper, this bedroom looks feels neat, tidy, and contemporary thanks to the tonal color scheme. For a similar feel, choose timeless furniture, crisp bedding, and a faux fur throw for texture and warmth.
A texture-rich wallpaper is an easy way to add personality without taking up any precious surface space. We love how it contrasts with the more traditional elements in this room designed by Martin Lawrence Bullard. The swirls of marble bring depth, color, perceived texture, and interactions with light.
Bedside sconces are a guaranteed way to make your bedroom look and feel as fresh as a 5-star hotel room. The white and light gray bedding in this room also soften up the dark wood side table and moodier wallpaper in this space designed by .
Both interior designer and luxury property specialist agree that a natural grasscloth can be best if you're worried about resale soon. Zunino mentions seeing more grasscloths and faux suedes trending anyway, and they're particularly well-suited for the color-averse. To bring the home, take style notes from this neutral space by .
Give your bedroom a little extra sparkle with a wallpaper that boasts metallic flecks. In this glammed-out space by 2LG Studio, there's no shortage of vibrant colors and luxe materials, from the blue velvet headboard to the wallpaper.
You don't need to cover the entire wall to make a statement. Just choose a smaller nook to cover in a fun print. And speaking of fun prints, don't be afraid of mixing them, as boldly did in this bedroom. The wilder, the better.
Designers are now laying traditional schemes, like toile in quirky motifs and electric tones, for prints as whimsical as they are sophisticated. For example, in this bedroom, the monochrome wallpaper's balance between childlike whimsy and grownup sophistication means it'll age gracefully.
Bursting with warmth, this little girl's room designed by Studio DB is going to mature gracefully. That's thanks to the versatile yet distinct color scheme anchored around blush pinks, creamy tones, warm beige accents, and a touch of burgundy.
Decorated by , here's another great example of bold yet sophisticated and cohesive pattern play. The zig-zag burgundy throw pillow and striped area rug mirror each other's color schemes as do the beige headboard and plaid pillows. The intricate wallpaper injects a totally different feel, bringing in the perfect touch of classic design.
Though it looks like a classic formal bedroom in the English countryside at first glance, this bedroom designed by Jane Hawkins Hoke doesn't take itself too seriously at all. From the bold houndstooth upholstery to the pale yellow floral wallpaper and modern black fan, it's a gorgeous blend of tradition and personal style.
In case we haven't already convinced you to transform your bedroom wall into a watercolor masterpiece, here's another bedroom designed by Studio DB to drive it home. Brimming with dreamy texture and calming colors, this is the key to sounder (and more stylish) sleep.
When asked about new wallpaper trends, Zunino says she'd like to more "modern architectural moments." In this bedroom by Martin Lawrence Bullard, the preexisting architectural quirks are played up by a graphic, linear wallpaper that contrast with the more traditional elements throughout the space.
While there’s definitely no shortage of bold, forward-thinking wallpaper trends, we’re also seeing a more subtle approach. Translation: Beige does not have to be boring. Add an abstract painting, a pop of color, and something featuring an animal print, as seen in this bedroom designed by .
What wallpaper bedroom roundup would complete without a palm leaf print? To keep things interesting, this room at Hotel Henriette painted the hardwood floors black and cozied up the bed with mind green linens. It's the perfect blend of breezy island vibes and a moody urban oasis.
“The world always needs more chintz,” L.A.-based interior design guru aptly notes. And lucky for us, gone are the classics that look like they smell of mothballs. Try a black and white toile like this one for something that incorporates florals without going overboard.
Everyday is a cheerful spring day in this bedroom designed by . This pastoral-inspired space is a lovely balance of buoyant, delightful florals and more grounded, low-key materials like jute.
Two twin beds creates a nice symmetrical look, but if the room is long enough, try three. Lined up in a row, the repetition creates a unique aesthetic and looks even more mesmerizing. The blue prints throughout this space add a dreamy feel, too. This attic bedroom designed by is all the proof we need.
This hot air balloon printed wallcovering brings a sense of dreaminess and movement to the small bedroom. It's a beautiful way to frame the wall of built-in shelves. Designer aptly describes it as both classic but imaginative.
In this teenager's bedroom, added some spunk by wallpapering the ceiling. The blacks, reds, and pinks create a nice cocoon that bring make the entire space feel more inviting and cozy without overpowering the sweet touches throughout the room.
Designed by , this bedroom is a lesson is color wheel-led, fearless design. Play up the colors in a printed wallpaper by painting the ceiling in a similar hue.