Nowadays seeing a graphic wallpaper on all four sides of a room can be visually overwhelming, but large-scale pattern can be such a refreshing treat when used sparingly on an accent wall with a coordinating solid color covering the rest of the space.
The realization that less is more has revived the use of wallpaper in interior design. On an accent wall, it tends to function more as artwork than as the defining feature of a room. The right paper can integrate all color, texture, and scale issues involved in a design and suddenly have them all make sense together.
What are some of your favorite one-wall papers?