- 15 Best Kitchen Wallpaper Ideas – How to Decorate Your Kitchen with Wallpaper
- 30 Modern Wallpaper Design Ideas – Colorful Designer Wallpaper for Walls
- 5 Ways To Decorate With Wallpaper
- 1. Make Your Stairs Pop
- 2. Transform a Bookshelf
- 3. Create Peek-a-Boo Blinds
- 4. Design Eye-Catching Art
- 5. Refurbish Boring Drawers
- 10 Affordable Ways To Fill A Large Blank Wall
- Dress up Your Bedroom Walls With These Creative No-Paintbrush DIYs
- 10 Ideas Of Doors Decoration With Wallpapers
- Gallery of: 10 Ideas Of Doors Decoration With Wallpapers
- 30 Creative Interior Door Decoration Ideas Personalizing Home Interiors
- Creative interior door decoration ideas
- 30 Creative Ways to Use Peel and Stick Wallpaper
- 1. Accent Wall
- 2. Above a Chair Rail
- 3. Backsplash
- 4. Cozy Reading Nook
- 5. In Kids or Teen Room
- 6. The Ceiling
- 7. Design an Elegant Bathroom
- 8. Decorating Difficult Spaces
- 9. The Entire Room
- 10. Back of the Closet
- 11. Base of Bar or Kitchen Island
- 12. Bedside Table
- 13. Decorate a Headboard
- 14. Back of Shelves
- 15. Desk
- 16. Door
- 17. Drawers
- 18. Dresser
- 19. Headboard
- 20. Medicine Cabinet
- 21. The Stairs
- 22. Refrigerator
- 23. Laptop
- 24. On a Washing Machine
- 25. Create a Chalkboard Wall
- 26. Canvas Art
- 27. Accent Artwork
- 28. Flower Pots
- 29. Collage Wall
- 30. Serving Tray
- Looking for even more peel and stick wallpaper inspiration?
15 Best Kitchen Wallpaper Ideas – How to Decorate Your Kitchen with Wallpaper
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All-white kitchens will forever be in style, but you can really make your kitchen walls pop with the addition of a beautiful wallpaper.
Inspired by your collection of blue and white china? Prefer a more contemporary gray and white palette? Want to add a touch of whimsy? From subtle neutral patterns to bold graphic florals—and an overflowing fruit basket of whimsical kitchen-themed designs—today's wallpaper options offer colors and patterns just right for any and all styles of kitchens.
Even better? Because the majority of kitchen walls are covered with cabinetry, appliances, and windows, you won't need to invest in a large quantity of wallpaper to make a big impact. You also don't have to commit to wallpapering the entire kitchen.
Start small by creating a wallpapered accent wall, turning a drab corner into a cozy dining nook, lining the back of your cabinets or shelves with wallpaper, or adding some flavor—of the visual variety—to your pantry.
There are also many stylish peel-and-stick wallpapers available, making DIY kitchen decorating even easier and virtually commitment-free.
To complete your new look, pair your wallpaper with a fresh coat of paint, update your kitchen island, and then tackle some of these stylish kitchen design ideas.
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Create a Wallpapered Kitchen Accent Wall
Give your kitchen a pretty focal point by wallpapering just one wall. Don't be afraid to think outside the box when choosing a pattern. Let your kitchen reflect your personality with a design that speaks to you, this airy egret design. Make your color choices even more impactful by using pretty and practical white subway tile in the kitchen work areas.
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Wallpaper Your Kitchen Ceiling
Designer Brian Patrick Flynn (@bpatrickflynn) transformed a lackluster kitchen ceiling by covering it with geometric wallpaper. To prep the ceiling for the wallpaper, he had it patched, sanded, and primed with wallcovering primer. For easier installation, try a peel-and-stick wallpaper.
For even more interest up top, Brian fashioned pendant lights with upturned painted bushel baskets. The electrical cords and fittings are wrapped with rope.
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Create a Sunny Wallpapered Breakfast Nook
Use wallpaper to transform a drab corner into an inviting in-kitchen dining space. Here, a lively lemon-patterned wallpaper sets the scene for a bright and cheery breakfast spot. Continue the palette with chairs painted with chalk-style paint and breezy café curtains.
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Craft a DIY Wallpaper Refrigerator Front
Add an unexpected punch of pattern to a quiet kitchen by covering refrigerator doors with a pretty wallpaper. Here, homeowner Lauren Crouch gave her tired white refrigerator new life with an overscaled, hand-drawn floral. To complete her DIY upgrade, she applied the traditional wallpaper with wallpaper paste, for water-resistance and sealed it with polyurethane.
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Choose Kitchen Wallpaper with a Twist
For her modern-meets-country farmhouse kitchen, singer-songwriter Holly Williams paired her classic blue cabinetry with an unexpected metallic black-and-white wallpaper. The floral pattern keeps with tradition, while the sheen of the metallic finish lends a modern edge.
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Brighten the Kitchen Pantry with Wallpaper
Your home's hardworking utilitarian spaces don't have to be boring. Instead, use a pretty wallpaper to turn your kitchen pantry into your own secret jewel box. This shelf-lined pantry easily went from drab to wow thanks to a wallpaper wrap of a fresh watercolor design.
See more at Classy Clutter.
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Add Nostalgic Charm with Vintage-Style Kitchen Wallpaper
Evoke the heart-tug of a long-ago farmhouse with a nostalgic vintage-style wallpaper. To keep this farmhouse kitchen looking fresh and current, designers John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon of design firm Madcap Cottage grounded the airiness of the classically country wallpaper with a rustic wood beam and soft-blue-painted tongue-and-groove rafters.
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Hang Blue-and-White Wallpaper in the Kitchen
No color combination is more beloved than blue and white—especially for a kitchen. Just look at all the beautiful transferware, spongeware, and chinoiserrie ceramics available. Choose a playful pattern in a vibrant blue-and-white colorway to provide your kitchen a fresh-feeling backdrop for a collection of perfectly patinaed kitchen collectibles.
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Use Wallpaper to Brighten the Inside of a Kitchen Hutch
Colorful plates, platters, and glassware really pop when you line the inside of a dark storage piece with a light and bright wallpaper, such as this cheery yellow plaid. It's an easy DIY project that you can tackle over a weekend. Choose a peel-and-stick wallpaper to make it even easier and eliminate the need for messy wallpaper paste.
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Go Bold with Colorful Wallpaper
Turn your kitchen into a bright and happy place with colorful floral wallpaper. If your open kitchen is large enough to accommodate a dining table, wallpapering just its surrounding walls is a great way to differentiate work and living spaces, as in this beautiful home by designer Nathan Turner. Paint your millwork a crisp white to make colors pop even more.
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Line Built-ins with Easy DIY (Faux) Wallpaper
Give your open shelving an easy—and inexpensive!—style upgrade by lining the backs with adhesive shelf liner. The only tool you need is your scissors! Choose a small-scale pattern, such as a lattice, plaid, or even a polka dot, for the biggest impact.
See more at Lolly Jane.
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Look to the Farmers' Market for Kitchen Wallpaper Inspiration
What's more appealing than bountiful baskets full of freshly picked produce? Bring the farm-fresh beauty of your favorite fruits and vegetables to your kitchen through a graphic wallpaper. This cheery strawberry print brings fun color with a just a hint of nostalgia.
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Keep It Classic with Plaid Kitchen Wallpaper
Choose a classic tone-on-tone gray plaid wallpaper to add subtle pattern and visual texture to a kitchen. It gives your kitchen personality without overpowering the other decorative elements, letting that colorful tableware and art still take center stage.
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Go Bold with Graphic Kitchen Wallpaper
Make your kitchen the happiest place in the house with a wallpaper pattern that packs a playful punch. Your colorful wallpaper will have even more punchy impact when paired with crisp white cabinetry and trim.
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Add Style with Peel-and-Stick Wallpaper
Do you have a fear of commitment? That's okay! Peel-and-stick wallpaper lets you add fun color and pattern to your kitchen without the permanence and expense of traditional wallpaper. When you tire of your design—or just want to try something new—it's easily removable without any damage to your walls. So, go ahead, be daring!
See more at Melodrama.
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Create a DIY Wallpaper Kitchen Backsplash
Wallpaper becomes a work of art when contained to a small area, your backsplash. With just a little wallpaper, you can easily create a statement backsplash for your range or cooktop. A protective glass cover keeps it pristine and easy to clean.
See more at Pillar Box Blue.
30 Modern Wallpaper Design Ideas – Colorful Designer Wallpaper for Walls
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A palm-print wallcovering adds a dose of Southern California to the former Milan home of Brian Atwood and Nate Berkus. The brass dining table is from the 1970s.
Tropical Leaf Print Wallpaper, $59
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For his upstate New York country house that he shares with his partner, Tony Longoria, designer Todd Oldham applied 20 coats of glaze to the wall behind the kitchen sink. He then decorated it with cutouts of Japanese silk-screened papers for a dramatic effect.
Blue and Green Stripe Wallpaper, $60
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Blue Floral Wallpaper
An antique floral wallpaper design makes a statement in the bathroom of designer Katie Ridder's townhome. The sink is custom-made and is flanked by antique sconces.
Scalamandre Ascot Floral Wallpaper, $100
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Green and Aqua Striped Wallpaper
In a guest room, a green and aqua striped Robert Hoven wall treatment complements a rainbow striped Doug and Gene Meyer rug. The 1920s wicker chairs are original to the house, and the 19th-century table is American.
Ombrello Green Stripe Wallpaper, $1.25/sq. ft. Shop the Look
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In typical California fashion, this Mill Valley home is nature-inspired from the color palette to the decor. The kitchen features a gorgeous leafy wallpaper design by Pierre Frey, accented by some real greenery on the dining table.
Mais-Green Leaf on White-Corn Printed Wallpaper, $300
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Abstract Floral Wallpaper
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Cherry Print Wallpaper
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It's no surprise that wallpaper and textile maven Kate Reynolds's Brooklyn home is filled with extraordinary wallcoverings. The dining room features a fun geometric design by Brian Paquette, which is beautifully complemented by an authentic Moroccan rug.
Nantes Wallpaper, Inquire for Pricing
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Yellow Floral Wallpaper
In the entry hall of a grand New York apartment, the settee is covered in a Rose Cumming fabric, the late-18th-century Philadelphia table is a family heirloom, and the hand-painted yellow floral wallpaper is by San Patrignano.
Plume Wallpaper, $98
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This very Parisian apartment is all about elegance; Inside the entry hall, the hand-painted wallpaper is a design by Studio Peregalli and the wainscoting was painted to resemble marble.
Golden Laurel Stripe Wallpaper, $48
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Mid-century design mavens Bruce Glickman and Wilson Henley filled their Connecticut abode with a mix of contemporary and throw-back decor.
The guest bedroom's bed and furry rug are by Serena & Lily, the chairs are by Duane Modern, and the floor lamp is by Arredoluce.
They gave all of the mid-century furniture a modern dimension with a refreshing minimalist wallpaper design.
Leaman Paisley Wallpaper, $0.48/sq. ft.Shop the Look
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Charming Yellow Wallcovering
In a Montana guesthouse designed by Ken Fulk in the mountains, the charming yellow wallcovering is from Sloan Miyasato, the carpet by Mark Nelson Designs is topped with a buffalo-hide rug, and the artworks are from the 19th century.
Geo Damask Yellow Wallpaper, $140
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On an estate in the Hudson River Valley, the pattern-friendly master bedroom is outfitted with hand-painted wallpaper by de Gournay. The curtains and pelmet are of Lelievre damasks, and the rug is a Persian 20th-century design.
Chinoiserie Floral Wallpaper, $0.35/sq. ft.
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Manhattan-based decorator Frank de Biasi and his partner, textile and clothing designer Gene Meyer, spared no detail in their colorful living room. The wallpaper by Doug & Gene Meyer features a fun mini-pattern. The circular rug is by Niba Collections, the carpet is by Holland & Sherry, and the tiger painting is an Indian piece.
Light Blue Crane Toile Wallpaper, $51
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Simple Wallpaper Design
This mountaintop Montana retreat designed by Ken Fulk pairs a steel bed by Room & Board with a 1920s leather sofa. The bed linens and side tables are by Ralph Lauren Home, the ceiling light is by Maarten Baas, and the wallpaper is by Phillip Jeffries.
Grasscloth Brown Wallpaper, $35
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Beach House Wallpaper
A beach house in the Hamptons really leans into the nautical look with fish-printed wallpaper by Cole & Son. The powder room mirror is by Made Goods and the sconce is by Visual Comfort.
Cole & Son Acquario Wallpaper, $221
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Peek inside this minimalist, Moroccan-inspired pool house in New York. In the raised sitting area, the patterned wallpaper and cushion fabrics are by Nancy Kintisch and the sconces are by Atelier de Troupe.
Still Waters Wallpaper, $118
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In the master bedroom of a Houston home, the bed is upholstered in a Schumacher fabric that are also used for the curtains. The subtle peachy wallpaper is by Farrow & Ball and the carpet is by Stark.
Farrow & Ball Broad Stripe Wallpaper, $195
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The dining room of a classic Connecticut home features chairs designed by Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano, a custom-made table, and an 18th-century pine commode from Vermont. The landscape-inspired, hand-painted wall covering is by Gracie, and the rug is by Holland & Sherry.
Advantage Trees Wallpaper, $14
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5 Ways To Decorate With Wallpaper
Don’t believe anyone who tells you that wallpaper is outdated. Sure, plastering bright floral wallpaper throughout your entire house should stay in the ‘70s, but there are still plenty of fresh, unique ways to decorate with wallpaper.
In fact, incorporating wallpaper into your home’s decor can provide a fun, modern aesthetic that will charm any guests who walk through your front door. Plus, you can decorate with wallpaper without making a huge commitment to your design, especially now that there are so many great options for removable wallpaper.
So read on and get some inspiration for how to revamp your home with a few splashes of wallpaper here and there. And remember – this is not your grandma’s wallpaper.
1. Make Your Stairs Pop
Believe it or not, but you can make your stairs the statement piece in your home – you just need to make them pop. By covering stair risers in wallpaper, you draw the eye immediately to the stairs, which creates a fun, playful aesthetic.
You can wallpaper every stair riser or alternate stair risers depending on the look you want to achieve.
If you want to add character and quirk to a boring staircase, simply find a great adhesive wallpaper pattern you love and voila! It just may be the easiest way to update the look of your entryway.
2. Transform a Bookshelf
If you have an old, bland bookshelf that could use a little TLC and a lot of pizazz, consider lining the back with wallpaper.
It’s a quick, easy project that you can complete in less than an hour, but it makes a big impact on the aesthetic of a space.
You can opt for bright, patterned wallpaper that really pops, or you can opt for a subtler design that gives a hint of elegance. Either way, you’ll immediately transform the look of your space.
3. Create Peek-a-Boo Blinds
Now this is definitely an unexpected move. If you want to find a really fun, unique spot for your wallpaper, consider wallpapering your blinds. That way, when the blinds are shut, you’ll have a bright, beautiful pattern to admire. Wallpapering blinds takes a bit of patience and precision, but it’s well worth the charming effect you’ll achieve in the end.
4. Design Eye-Catching Art
Here’s a well-kept designer secret: You don’t need to shell out a small fortune on wall art when you’re designing a room.
In fact, you can make a big impact on a space with something as simple as wallpaper.
You can wallpaper ready-framed panels for an immediate artistic touch to a room, or you can cut out a piece of wallpaper and hang it in a glass frame for a quick, yet attractive, piece of art.
5. Refurbish Boring Drawers
If you have a cabinet or dresser that makes you feel underwhelmed when you look at it, consider bringing it to life with a bit of wallpaper. By adding removable wallpaper to the outside or even to the interior as drawer liners, you can give your dresser an immediate facelift. And since it’s so simple – and reversible – there’s really no reason not to try it.
10 Affordable Ways To Fill A Large Blank Wall
It’s big, it’s intimidating, and nearly every apartment for rent in Baltimore, MD, or Houston, TX, has it. No, we’re not talking about that pile of laundry that you swear you’ll get to soon — it’s that glaring, huge white wall.
Even if your landlord lets you paint, an unadorned expanse can make your otherwise lovely home feel a bit spare. But just because you happen to have a lease doesn’t mean you can’t come up with a creative solution.
Here are 10 renter-friendly, temporary solutions from design experts that will bring some style to a bare wall.
1. DIY a triptych
Large, affordable artwork can be difficult to find. (And when you do discover a piece that doesn’t cost a fortune, it usually has all the character of something you’d find in a hotel room.) For something a little more wallet-friendly, create a custom piece yourself. Not the artsy type? Don’t abandon this do-it-yourself idea so fast.
Skip the paint and scout out a few lengths of gorgeous fabric. (You won’t need much, so feel free to splurge on the good stuff.) Simply wrap a piece around an inexpensive, pre-stretched canvas and staple in place for a super fast work of “art.
” Better yet, wrap three rectangular panels or canvases in fabric and then hang them together to create a triptych.
2. Turn to textiles
Tapestries, vintage quilts, or even antique blankets can be too lovely to keep folded and hidden away. Instead, hang the textile from the wall to bring unique character and texture to your space.
(The simplest way to do this is to hang a curtain rod from the wall, then use clip-style rings to secure the textile.
) To keep the look cohesive with the rest of your decor, focus on hue, recommends Jaclyn Isaac, interior designer and the blogger behind Dog Lady Design Files.
“Make sure the colors work well with your existing decor or consider using (the wall) as a focal piece and pulling your (other) colors from that,” she says. Still not convinced? Consider this bonus of hanging a thin rug or other textile on the wall: It can help mute the sounds coming from your next-door neighbor’s apartment.
3. Curate a gallery wall
You can never have too much of a good thing — especially when it comes to art hung in groups. “Never underestimate the power of a well-designed gallery wall!” says Laurel & Wolf designer Abagail Leepin.
“The colors, textures, and patterns eliminate negative space and enhance the finished feeling that you wish to achieve.
” One idea that results in a perfectly balanced look is to hang two larger pieces diagonally from each other, then fill the empty space above or below each of those larger pieces with smaller pieces (sticking to similar colors or subjects will look extra pulled-together).
4. Consider wallpaper
If you think wallpaper is only for homeowners, this DIY proves you wrong. Simply frame remnants for a no-mess, no-messy-installation-needed way to enjoy a gorgeous new motif without a commitment.
“Framing strips of wallpaper can make very effective and interesting statements,” says interior designer Heather Higgins of Higgins Design Studio. “They work best when they have a unifying theme similar content, color, or pattern.
” Select a thin white frame in the largest size possible to create the look of panel molding.
5. Shelve your art
If the idea of hanging multiple pieces makes you nervous, floating shelves the ones above by Laurel & Wolf can be a great shortcut. “Rather than struggling to create the perfect gallery wall, get a long floating shelf and arrange your art in one great gallery line,” says Jaclyn Isaac.
“You can switch out the art and objects as you please, change frames out when you’re updating your decor, and you don’t have to worry about spackling 18 holes in the wall.” If you’re also short on art, Isaac recommends repurposing calendars for ready-to-frame pieces.
“You can get amazing photos that are guaranteed to look great together and large enough to take up an entire wall for less than $30,” she says.
6. Go bold, go mural
“A dramatic mural adds glamor to an enormous wall, especially when there are ultrahigh ceilings involved,” says Liza Nematnejad, a real estate agent with Douglas Elliman Real Estate in New York, NY.
A mural, she says, “can truly showcase an apartment if it’s done right, with an appropriate piece of art that fits the look and feel of the particular apartment.
” Although a painted mural is the question for renters, there’s a clever way to capture this dramatic look: temporary murals.
Much removable wallpaper, these adhesive-backed murals install easily (just remove the backing and smooth on the wall), then peel off without a trace when it’s time to move. Tempaper’s Chinoiserie design mimics the look of a hand-painted mural, while Wallsome allows you to custom-print your favorite photos or graphics into a mural.
7. Get stuck on washi tape
Washi tape just may be the unofficial favorite craft material on Pinterest. The removable, colorful tape is just so versatile.
One of our favorite ideas is using the tape to create a bold graphic statement, this colorful home office from Domino magazine. A design that spans the entire wall tends to look higher-end than a few random stripes.
The same goes for wall decals, these too-fun mini-elephants from Southern Nest. When applied to the wall in neat rows, they take on the look of wallpaper.
8. Tackle just one (and you’re done!)
The best news? Decorating one large wall can have a huge impact. Says Heather Higgins: “Leave at least one wall in every room art-free, particularly in smaller spaces. Two is even better. This provides a resting place for your eye and prevents the feeling of ‘overwhelm.’” Consider this a designer-approved excuse to be lazy about decorating other walls.
9. Expand shelf options
Look beyond art when looking to fill a blank wall — especially if you also happen to have high ceilings. “Wide, tall bookcases are great for renters, don’t require any kind of wall installation, and can be moved from place to place,” Isaac notes.
“If wide enough, they take up a ton of room and are a fun place to go wild with your collected objects.” Just don’t fill up the shelves completely. Instead, display individual pieces in edited groups on each shelf.
(If you need the shelf space for storage, opt for attractive bins on the bottom shelves.) On the top shelf, you can lean framed pieces.
10. Hang that mirror, mirror on that wall
hanging art together gallery-style, a mass of mirrors offer a lovely way to fill a large wall.
“I to use old mirrors, whether huge ones or an assortment of small ones,” says Kathleen Perkins of Douglas Elliman, who frequently uses this trick when staging homes.
“They reflect light and they are really beautiful.” Interesting mirrors can often be found at thrift stores or discount stores for less than the price of art.
What are your best decorating ideas for large walls? Share your tips in the comments below.
Dress up Your Bedroom Walls With These Creative No-Paintbrush DIYs
- Critical CactusHere’s a look from Critical Cactus guaranteed to appeal to just about any teenager, but if you love the edgy urban style, you can use it in the master bedroom as well. Get out the spray paint and have at it—but unless you’re an experienced graffiti artist, practice your technique on cardboard before aiming the can towards your walls. Write your name, a phrase or a song lyric; use every color of the rainbow or stick with black, it’s entirely up to you.Continue to 2 of 9 below.
- LushomeIf you have access to old pallets or distressed wood from a barn, fence or other wooden structure, don’t toss it into the fireplace. Instead, use the wood to create a fabulous full-wall headboard this one from Lushome. For the ultimate in cozy rustic style, keep the paneling going right across the ceiling. If you just want to add some primitive vibes to an otherwise contemporary room, stop a few feet above the height of your mattress.Continue to 3 of 9 below.
- Design SpongeHave you been wondering what to do with a collection of paint strips or chips from the home improvement center? Or are you just wanting to add a wild and unusual shot of color and pattern to your bedroom walls? Head to your local Lowe’s or Home Depot, and ask the paint department to save all of the old paint strips that would otherwise be tossed when manufacturers change their offerings. Then, use small dots of poster putty to adhere the strips to your walls. You can create an ombre effect, make a rainbow or stick with just one color family this room from Design Sponge. This is another idea that’s great for renters.Continue to 4 of 9 below.
- Contour Interior DesignWho said gorgeous hammered tin tiles are only for bathroom walls or kitchen backsplashes? Take a look at the bedroom shown here from Contour Interior Design. You’ll see that the self-adhesive tiles add just as much wow factor to the bedroom. Mix and match designs, or do the entire wall with one pattern—whichever you best. This is a great weekend project, but be sure to measure carefully before you start, and remember, tin is sharp.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
- The ChiveHere’s another way renters can dress up their bedroom walls without drawing the landlord’s wrath—use colorful Post-It Notes to create stripes, draw a design or reimagine a sunset. If you are planning something complicated, work out the details on paper before starting on the wall—that way, you won’t have to waste time starting over if you make a mistake. Add a small dot of poster putty to the notes if they don’t seem to cling well enough on their own.Continue to 6 of 9 below.
- Kelly WearstlerAlthough the walls shown here are adorned with wallpaper from Kelly Wearstler, you could easily achieve the same effect with marking pens. Freestyle squiggles, lines, and curves seem to dance across the walls, giving the room a dramatic, exciting vibe without being overwhelming. Stick with black or neutral tones, or get a little bit crazy with colored pens.Continue to 7 of 9 below.
- DigsDigsIf you want a pretty, easy and temporary way to dress up a girl’s room, or you love flowers yourself, head to the craft store or dollar shop and load up on realistic faux flowers. Use removable mounting squares to adhere the flowers to the wall. You can show off the entire bloom, the room here from DigsDigs, or pull the blossom off the stem and just use the petals. Spread the flowers out across the wall, or bundle them into a tight bouquet above the headboard: it’s your garden, so it’s your rules.Continue to 8 of 9 below.
- Nesting PlaceThere’s no need for expensive wallpaper when you can create a similar geometric effect with tape. Paper washi tape is best—it comes in a mind-boggling range of colors and patterns, it’s easy to work with and it removes easily from the wall without damage—but you could also use decorative duct tape or electrical tape. Create a lattice design the one shown here from The Nester, or use tape to outline a cityscape, make stripes, draw stars or triangles, or just get crazy.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
- Architecture Design DIYWhat a cute, whimsical and original idea for a guest bedroom or child’s room! Use stencils (or your own freehand abilities if you’re artistic) to first paint an airy tree across the bedroom walls, and then use mounting squares to scatter a collection of painted birdhouses throughout the branches.
10 Ideas Of Doors Decoration With Wallpapers
When you have chosen to use door decoration with wallpapers, you are going to want to be sure to pick something that fits the decor of your home. With a variety of patterns available, it can be difficult to pick out the right wallpaper.
Wallpapers are available in many different types. Some of them are traditional while others are contemporary. By using something a blueprint pattern, you can easily update your home and not have to spend a lot of money. For those who wish to add a little more drama to their home, there are designs that are created by using design patterns. One such pattern is the monogram wallpaper.
By using a design with a monogram, you can change the look of your home. This design may be used in your kitchen, bathroom or bedroom.
The decor of the room is important and if you do not want to use wallpaper, you can use decorative material instead. It is going to add to the style of the room. For example, if you use faux wood paneling, you can enhance the look of the room by adding a whole lot of different decorative items to the room.
Some people choose a design that they are not comfortable with. They do not having large letters printed on their walls. They may prefer something smaller but are still elegant.
Another popular design is a theme. If you choose a theme, you will be able to match the wallpaper with the decor. This is helpful because you can put the wallpaper that will complement the theme. A good example of a theme design is those that are in Disney theme rooms.
Wallpapers can be designed to fit into any room of the house. If you have a room in your home that does not have a lot of space for decorations, you can pick a wallpaper design that will fit in with your decor. You can use curtains in order to display your theme.
You may want to use a frame to display your theme. However, if you want to use curtains, you may be able to use the area to display a decorative item or art.
If you are planning to paint a room, you may choose to put your favorite room theme on the wall. This is a great way to help you bring your theme into your home. You may want to pick colors that match what you already have in your home or you may want to choose a color that goes well with your current decor.
Decorating with specific themes can be very fun. You can have fun putting in a theme that is close to your favorite TV show or movie.
To ensure that your door decoration with wallpapers is both beautiful and fun, you will want to find the perfect designs for your home. You may want to start with choosing your wallpaper and your design so that you can create a very unique look.
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30 Creative Interior Door Decoration Ideas Personalizing Home Interiors
Creating unique interior door decoration is an exciting DIY project that add personality to these functional architectural features and beautify interior design.
Selecting an exciting and playful or classic and elegant door decoration patterns, combining your decorating design with color schemes that match your room colors turn interior doors into gorgeous centerpieces that spruce up your interior design ad decor.
Painting interior doors bright color or using contrasting color schemes for decorating with interior paint or modern wallpaper patterns personalize your home interiors with one-of-a-kind, bright and beautiful interior door decoration. Distinct interior doors are a nice way to add unique touches to modern interior design and create attractive home decor that say something about the owners.
Choosing internal door decoration patterns and colors is an important part of modern interior design that is comfortable, unique and intimate. Lacking any interest, plain and simple interior doors in many households look boring. Investing your time and effort in creating distinctive interior doors gives your home the impressive and surprising factor.
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There are numerous ways to decorate your interior doors.
Here is a collection of 30 interior door decoration ideas that will help to find a style that suits your home interiors.
Check them out and see how beautiful, interesting and unusual an internal door could be, personalizing interior design and adding creative accents to home interiors.
From sliding doors to folding doors and standard single or double doors, adding classy or unusual and creative decoration patterns and color combinations give a quick facelift to home interiors and brighten up rooms with distinctive decorating design on interior doors.
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There are plenty of simple and easy to make door decoration patterns that work well with classic and contemporary interior design and decor. Neutral colors or matching already existing home decor color schemes are ideal for elegant and pleasant interior door decoration.
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Wooden doors are easy to paint and decorate with wallpapers, vinyl stickers or fabrics. Plastic and metal doors can be painted also, adding character and style to creative interior design.
With so many options and choices available, it is easy to find ways to decorate your interior doors that work perfectly for your home, transforming home interiors quickly, simply and beautifully into pleasant and intimate, surprising and one-of-a-kind living spaces.
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30 Creative Ways to Use Peel and Stick Wallpaper
In just the past few years, peel and stick wallpaper has completely changed the way we decorate our homes. It gives renters the ability to add pattern to walls while remaining damage-free. It allows designers to achieve a quick and easy room transformation.
Printed on a unique vinyl substrate, RoomMates Peel and Stick Wallpaper is one of the easiest ways breathe life into a room. Install it on smooth, flat surfaces in just minutes and remove in seconds with no sticky residue left behind.
Great on walls, furniture, or even appliances, we've compiled 30 exciting ways to use Peel and Stick Wallpaper that will up your interior design game. Keep reading to discover more creative ways to use this revolutionary decorating solution.
1. Accent Wall
Make a statement. Perfect for highlighting and accenting, add a playful pattern or perceived texture to a space with stylish and chic geometric peel and stick wallpaper.
Featured Pattern: Open Geometric
2. Above a Chair Rail
Don't want a massive wall of color? Break it up with a statement-making wallpaper accent above a chair rail.
Featured Pattern: Impressionist Floral
Your space will be transported to the Mediterranean with a peel and stick wallpaper backsplash in your kitchen or bathroom.
Featured Pattern: Mediterranean Tile
4. Cozy Reading Nook
Relax with a good book and a warm drink. Peel and stick wallpaper is the perfect backdrop to designate a space that is just for you.
Featured Pattern: Snake Skin
5. In Kids or Teen Room
Turn up the cool factor with an accent wall that's this world. Featuring favorite characters Star Wars, create a space where they can truly feel inspired.
Featured Pattern: Star Wars Blueprint
6. The Ceiling
Look up! Extend your wallpaper style up, up and away to the fifth wall of your home: your ceiling!
Featured Pattern: Weathered Wood
7. Design an Elegant Bathroom
Design a space that's luxurious with this striking marble peel and stick wallpaper. Add instant elegance to your bathroom with this easy-to-achieve decor.
Featured Pattern: Carrara Marble
8. Decorating Difficult Spaces
Struggling to find the perfect way to decorate a unique wall, space or corner? Peel and stick wallpaper is versatile and usable in even the oddest of places.
Featured Pattern: Modern Geometric
9. The Entire Room
Who says you have to limit peel and stick wallpaper to a single wall? Make a big statement and cover them all!
Featured Pattern: Grasscloth
10. Back of the Closet
Even if no one else sees it, you do every day! Backdrop your closet with a wood grain pattern for subtlety and style that will make you feel oh-so special.
Featured Pattern: Grey Wood
11. Base of Bar or Kitchen Island
Perfect for adding perceived texture to the base of a bar or kitchen island, take it up a notch and wrap it with peel and stick wallpaper. We recommended Weathered Stone!
Featured Pattern: Weathered Stone
12. Bedside Table
Bring drab furniture back to life! A one-of-a-kind, DIY bedside table is as easy as peel and stick.
Featured Pattern: Birch Trees
13. Decorate a Headboard
Want to spruce up your bedroom a little bit? Take your headboard to a new level with this fun take on bohemian style.
Featured Pattern: Bohemian
14. Back of Shelves
Make your bookshelves stand out by applying wallpaper to the backing. Or cover the whole shelf for a complete transformation.
Featured Pattern: Distressed Wood
Create a work space you'll love! Update your desk with a wood grain design or a fun, funky grid pattern the one below!
Featured Pattern: Empire
Hang peel and stick wallpaper on a door for a large-scale statement. Whether you use this large chevron or go for something a little more subtle a wood plank pattern, peel and stick wallpaper easily goes on any smooth, clear surface.
Featured Pattern: Large Chevron
Need to change something up, but want to start small? Line your drawers with peel and stick wallpaper for a simple update.
Featured Pattern: Leopard
You'll go starry-eyed with this refurbished dresser. Simply cut the peel and stick wallpaper to size and stick to the front.
Featured Pattern: Star
Get the headboard look without a headboard! We used our Cement Peel and Stick Wallpaper, but let your mind run wild with wood planks and fun patterns.
Featured Pattern: Cement
20. Medicine Cabinet
Peek-a-boo! Sometimes the best place for peel and stick wallpaper is the most unexpected. Enhance you medicine cabinet with this fun pattern.
Featured Pattern: Synchronized Floral
21. The Stairs
Step up your style with peel and stick wallpaper on your stairs, a quick and easy update that makes a bold statement.
Featured Pattern: Large Gold Dot
You use the fridge every day, so why not rejuvenate your kitchen's style? Make it beautiful with this Damask Peel and Stick Wallpaper.
Featured Pattern: Damask
Your electronics need to be stylish too! We love the personalized look of this cursive peel and stick wallpaper on this laptop cover, but with a large collection of all different patterns and colors, the only limit is your imagination.
Featured Pattern: Dream Big Script
24. On a Washing Machine
Even if doing the laundry is a drudgery, make your laundry room shine! Use peel and stick wallpaper on the walls or even on the washing machine itself for a chic, modern style.
Featured Pattern: Striped Hexagon
25. Create a Chalkboard Wall
Turn any smooth, clean surface into a chalkboard with Chalkboard Peel and Stick Wallpaper. Un chalkboard paint, remove without damaging the walls any time you !
Featured Pattern: Chalkboard
26. Canvas Art
Get the look of expensive art. Apply peel and stick wallpaper to a large sheet of cardboard or wood to get the canvas look, completely DIY!
Featured Pattern: Marble
27. Accent Artwork
Be big. Be bold! Create designer-worthy artwork in seconds with just a few frames and some peel and stick wallpaper.
Featured Pattern: Striped Hexagon
28. Flower Pots
Tired of boring flower pots? Give them a quick upgrade with this cool blue watercolor pattern.
Featured Pattern: Watercolor
29. Collage Wall
Use the extra peel and stick wallpaper from your larger DIY projects to create wall art. Just frame them up in seconds and create a one-of-a-kind collage wall.
Featured Pattern: Bohemian
30. Serving Tray
Serve up style! Simply cut peel and stick wallpaper to size and stick to any old tray for a modern touch.
Featured Pattern: Awning Stripe
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