9 Spaces Where Totally Over-the-Top Wallpaper Worked

9 Spaces Where Totally Over-the-Top Wallpaper Worked

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Nancy Mitchell
Sep 24, 2016

What's more fun than a wall of wallpaper? A wall of really crazy, incredibly unique wallpaper. These homeowners took a bit of a risk with some very bold patterns — with some very exciting results.

Above: Caroline and Jayden rock flamingo wallpaper in the bedroom, because why not?

(Image credit: Desire to Inspire)

A colorful geometric wallpaper is the perfect accent for a fireplace in this dining room seen on Desire to Inspire.

(Image credit: Vogue)

A colorful, geometric print in a Paris penthouse from Vogue.

(Image credit: A Beautiful Mess)
(Image credit: A Beautiful Mess)

A bold, rosy wallpaper is the perfect choice for this dining room from A Beautiful Mess.

(Image credit: New York Mag)

The kitchen of artist George Venson's tiny Manhattan apartment gets a boost from two snaky prints from his own line, Voutsa. See more at New York Mag.

(Image credit: Dos Family)

A colorful geometric pattern makes this kids' bedroom fun and playful but still sophisticated. Image from Dos Family.

(Image credit: The D Pages)

A Fornasetti print graces a kitchen from The D Pages.

(Image credit: Design Sponge)

Another big, over-the-top floral in a bedroom seen on Design*Sponge.

(Image credit: Houzz)

The sharp-eyed might recognize this wallpaper in a Tennessee house spotted on Houzz as being the same one as in the third photo. It's available from Cole & Son.

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