Writing our post on Jill Malek, we started thinking about bedrooms and wallpaper. For our money, the bedroom is the perfect spot for wall coverings. Use paper in small doses as a headboard, or create an entire accent wall. Click below for ideas...
Top: Cover a basic headboard in paper to add interest, or paper a single spot on the wall to create the illusion of a headboard. Image: Nevermore Wallpaper in Snowbird from Palace Papers.
In a small room, a papered accent wall can make a big statement that actually makes the room seem larger. Image of the Duc Duc showhouse bedroom from Cookie.
Use papers in bold colors with neutral furniture to avoid overwhelming the room. Image: I.E. Wallpaper from Urban Source.
If you're on a budget, DIY wallpaper is a possibility. Check out Jessica's post on How to Make a Dictionary (etc) Wall for instructions. Image: Bedroom by Ligne Roset.
• Frame wallpaper and use it as artwork in the room.
• Use wallpaper on a credenza or side table to dress up a piece of furniture.
• Wallpaper your closet to create an unexpected area of pattern.