5 Areas With Incredible Patterned Wallpaper to Encourage Your Next Renovation | Architectural Digest

While there was most likely a time period of time when shifting into a home filled with patterned wallpaper meant a genuine will need for key renovation, these times it feels like wallpaper is most typically a earn. Whether you want a classic layout or anything additional wild, a conventional roll or a peel-and-adhere solution, every little thing is out there. Including a patterned wallpaper to an entire room, an accent wall, or little powder room is a terrific way to refresh a place. We rounded up five awesome examples from a striped spare home in London to a moody flamingo second in a D.C. hallway. This trend is not heading anyplace, so get that patterned wallpaper into your property.

In the hallway, outdoors of the toilet doorway, the unbelievable moody flamingo patterned wallpaper by Ananbo adds a whimsical second.

Jennifer Hughes

Architect Nicholas G. Potts and Countrywide Gallery of Art curator Aaron Wile lucked into finding a dream apartment to renovate just a single flooring higher than them. The 950-square-foot property was initially manufactured in 1925, and Nicholas and Aaron imagined what it could search like if modern alternatives complemented the richness of that era. “We’ve both lived in New York and Europe, and we preferred all those prewar facts together with additional present-day elements,” Nicholas says. “It’s not a ton of sq. footage, and the present program was relatively chaotic. So this form of 1920s fantasy [we had] was also about articulating places, reintroducing walls, and approaching just about every sq. inch with intention.”

Aaron’s curatorial understanding arrived in handy for a person particularly hanging accessory: The flamingo wallpaper in the vestibule. “The vestibule is this very small space, and the wallpaper creates this whimsical second that will make it special—it’s a happy accident that its hues match the stone in the bathroom so effectively,” he states.

The citrus patterned wallpaper and yellow chair lend a sense of cheer to the mild-filled family room. “As with most youthful families with modest children, open floor area is prime serious estate, so we built sure not to overfurnish the space,” Victoria says.


Homeowners Adam and Beth, along with their two elementary faculty-aged sons, were being new transplants from the Bay Place when they purchased this 1906-developed Craftsman in Minneapolis. It checked all the bins: Historic and charming, still current. Since they weren’t expert DIY’ers and wished to convey in some modernizations, they called in the aid of Victoria Sass, principal and style and design director of Prospect Refuge Studios. Alongside one another they made a decision to decorate every single area to characterize a season. Toward the again of the home is the family members home, a sunshine-drenched place that screams summer. The citrus wallpaper from Jennifer Shorto reminded Adam and Beth of Monty Python’s Traveling Circus, and the reupholstered classic chair by Georg Thams is a dose of sunshine.

The patterned wallpaper in the powder room is designed by Jordana Globerman.

Caroline Allison