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Wallpaper was once a staple in any well-designed home. Over the years, however, it was replaced with simplified, solid-color walls throughout entire homes. At Pamela Hope Designs, we’re excited to say that wallpaper is back! We use it in our projects often, and wallcoverings can be found in thousands of patterns and colors to add that extra-special touch to nearly any room.

 

If you want to make a statement, wallpaper is the answer! Here are a few of our favorite options from wallcoverings supplier extraordinaire Schumacher:

Touch of Traditional

Traditional wallcoverings are both classic and refined. They add texture and interest to a room without being overbearing. A simple floral is a good place to start if you’re still unsure of wallpaper. If you’re a lover of traditional design, you might enjoy a chinoiserie wallpaper. You can try a monochromatic look or a design with pops of color from flowers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Animal Prints

Animal prints add a burst of personality to a space. They’re great for accent walls! We love this zebra-inspired leaf print, and you can’t go wrong with a classic leopard print.

Fly Away

At every wallcoverings store you go to, you’re bound to find flocks of bird-inspired designs. Birds add a whimsical element to a look and can add a small pop of color in a design. My own powder room is filled with birds!

Clean Lines

Geometric wallpaper offers a clean and contemporary option, and there are plenty of shapes and patterns to choose from. Geometric designs can easily become just as busy as other styles, however, so make sure the pattern is the appropriate size for your space.

All-out Fun

Wallcoverings can add a burst of personality and fun to any space—especially a powder room! Powder rooms are small enough that every wall can be covered in a fun and unique pattern. In my powder room, we chose a bright and detailed design.

 

Are you ready to begin designing your dream home? Schedule a consultation today and we’ll discuss wallpaper and more!

 

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