With Valentine's Day right around the corner, I thought it might be the perfect time to look into wallpapers that can subtly sexify the boudoir. While many of these work their magic on a subconscious level — much classier than a wall decal that says "Hey, Sexytime…" — it goes without saying that they are sorta Not Safe For Work.
Also unsafe for work? An image search for "erotic wallpaper". I had somewhat better results searching for "erotic wallpaper paper", but still, there are times when I'm relieved there's nobody around to notice my search history…
- Sarah Jane Palmer's Soixante Neuf (I'm sure even the non-French speakers can translate that one) wallpaper is available from Coco de Mer . It is handprinted in either red or black, and costs £160 for a 5m x 52cm sheet. She also created the Sixty-Niner wallpaper, which I got too shy to show you.
- Paper Voyeur's Erotic Art wallpaper is also available through Coco de Mer, in either Mercury Blue (shown), Lipstick, or Warm Black. It is £60 and measures 10.05 x 0.52 metres. Metres!
- Casa Sugar featured K-Lou's erotic toile wallpaper, full of naughty scenes.
- The "Erotic Chandelier Nude Naked Wallpaper" from Designer Wallcoverings lives up to its name, and I have at least two friends who would love this one. Unfortunately, you have to create an account in order to see the price.
- I'll end with one more wallpaper from Sarah Jane Palmer, this one featured on her Behance account. It certainly reflects her artist's statement, revealing her interest in "creating an essence of eroticism, humour and suspense".
Any other favorite sexy wallpapers? I tried to find a few more GLBT-friendly options, but only lucked out on a little L and B. Would you have erotic wallpaper in your home, maybe just on the wall behind your bed, or in the en suite bathroom — or do you find the whole thing to be too much?
(Images: as credited above.)