Wallpaper is all the rage these days. Even if you don’t want to wallpaper a whole room, I’ve found 6 other unique ways you can use wallpaper in your home!
I thought I’d take a bit of a break from the whole farmhouse nursery plans to talk about my newest obsession: c
oldstone ice cream wallpaper.
And I’m not talking about your grandma’s wallpaper. Because we all remember that. No, thankfully that trend died in the 90s.
I’m talking about the bright, colorful modern wallpaper that is SO trendy right now. I picked this wallpaper for Evie’s nursery and I am in loooove.
You don’t have to go the floral route though. This was one of my favorite One Room Challenge reveals because I can’t get enough of this wallpaper!
Still not sold on wallpaper??
Okay, I get it. I mean how long will the trend last? Will you spend hours peeling it off in 5 years because it’s gone out of style again?
So, instead of using wallpaper in an entire room or along an entire wall, why not try wallpaper in a different way? I’ve rounded up 6 fun and unique ways to use wallpaper in your home. You get to use the fun patterns without fear of it going out of style 🙂 Or, if it does, you won’t be stuck with a giant room of it!
I think this is SUCH a neat idea. Don’t you? The wallpaper becomes a focal point in any room and can easily be changed or swapped out for a new pattern.
Wallpaper that ceiling!
Why not make the focal point of the room the ceiling!? I never would have thought to wallpaper a ceiling until I saw these examples.
Choose an accent wall!
Okay, so you don’t want to wallpaper an entire room. What about a little accent wall?
Add wallpaper to your staircase!
This may be my favorite idea yet! How unique!
Jazz up those drawers!
Give your dresser a kick of color and pattern … why not?
Update your bookcase!
Give your hutch or bookcase new life. This would be so easy to do and really make a huge statement!
So, what do you think? Are you sold on wallpaper?
You may have also notice I have a thing for floral wallpaper. Aren’t the bright, bold blooms adorable?
Alright, back to farmhouse nursery planning….
Wishing you a joyful day!