Six Wallpaper Patterns That Will Have You Falling in Love!

Six Wallpaper Patterns That Will Have You Falling in Love!

Wallpaper often has a bad reputation for being tacky and outdated, but it has definitely been making an interior design comeback over the past few years. I’ve used the medium in quite a few projects lately, so I compiled a list of patterns that I’ve really been crushing on:



Chevron is a staple in the architecture world, so I love seeing the zig-zag pattern becoming a classic in both fashion and interior decorating. The design is very powerful and sophisticated, but easy to style in any room.


If you are a fan of the Victorian era, you are familiar with silhouettes and cameos. Large-scale cutouts are absolutely having a moment right now, and I think the look is best for any room you are trying to make feminine or fun.


Big Florals
Another feminine wallpaper trend I am loving is florals – especially large-scale flowers! I recently used this gorgeous protea print for a powder room in Milton. The print is soft and feminine – perfect for a small bathroom!

But you can also go bold with a floral print – I’m loving the brighter colors and florescent touch of this sitting area!

Metallic is an trend that is making a comeback. It really brings a lot of glam, majesty, AND shine to a space. You can use the medium as a finish or throughout your space; there are so many options for patterns – floral, intricate, even geometric!


Chic? Check. Modern? Check. Glam? Check. Who knew that stripes really can be flattering, especially in interior design?! I am loving these black and white looks particularly.



We all love Dalmatians, right?! Spotted wallpaper is a fun way to add contrast to wall without too much color. A black and white combination is usually my go to selection for these prints. It’s wonderful for a play room or bedroom you’re looking to add some character in!

That’s it for my six favorite wallpaper patterns right now, but is one of your favorites missing from the list? Let me know, or head over to my Milton project to see more of how I used silhouette and floral patterns in an entryway and powder room.

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