Design Guide: Coloring Book Wallpapers for Your Inner Child

published Jun 20, 2016
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What’s better than a coloring book? How about an entire wall that you can color in? These coloring book wallpapers will make your home into a beautiful, ever-evolving project that you’re sure to enjoy just as much while you’re creating it as you will when it’s done. You may never leave the house again.

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Graham & Brown’s “Frames” wallpaper, seen above in an image from Rue, is particularly fun to customize because you can color it and add photos and artwork to the frames. $45 a roll from Graham & Brown.

(Image credit: Flat Vernacular)
(Image credit: Flat Vernacular)

This ‘Woodland’ wallpaper ($150 a roll from Flat Vernacular) evolves as you color it.

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“Forest” wallpaper, $18.90 from To Be Child on Etsy.

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This coloring wallpaper ($199 per roll from Pop and Lolli on Etsy) is both removable and re-usable.

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(Image credit: Amazon)

This beautifully intricate “Lizzie’s Doodle” wallpaper would look just as good uncolored as colored (and let’s be honest, coloring it would be a big, big investment of time). $74.98 per roll from Amazon.

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This geometric coloring wallpaper, $44.67 per roll from Kidivist on Etsy, presents a lot of possiblities.

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Burger mash color-in wallpaper, £35.00/roll from Burgerplex.