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If you're excited about the wallpaper trend, but you're a renter or you just can't commit to papering an entire wall, you can still jump on the bandwagon by framing a sheet. We'd frame pretty much anything by Nama Rococo (shown above). They make it easy for you by offering single sheets of their hand-screened wallpaper for sale. Click below for other options...


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Top: To browse single sheets at Nama Rococo, click here. Their hand-painted patterns are designed to be works of art in themselves, so they're very different than traditional patterns.

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David Hicks' designs are modern classics, and this one has the added bonus of gold foil. The David Hicks Hexagon pattern is $148 per roll at Verde. If you can't buy a single sheet to frame, use the extra wallpaper to line the back of a bookcase or cut it up into small squares that you frame and hang in clusters.

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This Pleasure Dome Wallpaper ($150 - $200 per roll at Flavor Paper) looks like Op Art from the 1960s.

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We love Orla Kiely's signature Stem Print, $88 per roll at Anthropologie. A shot of this would help wake up a drab room. We can see a tall, narrow strip mounted to wood backing and hung in a hall.

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Umbra's Huddle Wallpaper is $39 per roll, and a cluster of framed pieces would make a funny, self-referential statement.

This is just our subjective list of some patterns we like. Round it out by adding your suggestions in the comments below.