|Image of Addison Damask Wallpaper by Thibaut.|
The bold patterns and colors have renewed my interest in giving my walls a vivid shot of pizazz. Updated damasks, ikats and geometric shapes are just a few of the new possibilities in 'shout out loud' colors as well as subdued neutrals.
There's nothing to fear about wallpapering, but if a subtle approach is more in line with your design asthetic, go for the neutrals with less contrast between background color and pattern. They add wonderful texture without overpowering.
|Image via Material Girls.|
Just because it's neutral doesn't mean it has to be boring. I love the lotus design (above) in taupe and cream!
|Image via X Javier.|
Check out all the patterns at play in addition to the wallpaper. Whoa! It took some real confidence and talent to pull off this much diversity in one room.
Design Decor Staging.
While the green geometric (above) is a little less bossy, it still has all the best attributes of a design leader. It is gender neutral, making it a contender for any room in the house. Image via Shelter.
|Image of 'Napoleon' wallpaper by Bond Harrington.|
Some of the coolest new couture wallcoverings are from Bond Harrington. I love their innovative designs and custom options. I hear some of my walls calling me ...