Top Erotic Wallpapers: Toile de Joui, Sarah Jane Palmer & Five More

Top Erotic Wallpapers: Toile de Joui, Sarah Jane Palmer & Five More

Maxwell Ryan
Mar 31, 2015

I love wallpaper and decided I'd dig a little bit to see what I could find in the romantic/sexy/erotic category. I was pleased to discover a small, but highly stylish set of erotic wallpaper that all looks SFW and yet reveals surprises up close. Why are they mainly all from England?? I don't know. Which do you like?

Top Erotic Wallpaper

(Image credit: coco de mer)

"Erotically charged home decor by British artist Sarah Jane Palmer. Featuring imaginative erotic imagery on luxurious paper, this wonderfully naughty wallpaper is handprinted in the UK."

(Image credit: coco de mer)

Also from Coco De Mer in Bath, England: "A swirling Rococo pattern interspersed with Matisse-style interlocking bodies creates an erotic take on the classic Baroque-style decor."

(Image credit: Louise Body)

A much more party-centric approach brings us to this New Year's Eve style pattern: "A cheeky erotic wallpaper featuring drawings of swinging chandeliers and scantily clad revellers."

(Image credit: Rockett St. George)

This is fancy stuff. Featuring a holographic "She" image embedded in the wallpaper, they say it is tricky to mount (no pun intended): "The holographic undercoat gives a consistent 'asymmetrical-squares' illusion and sparkles very faintly through the overcoat."

(Image credit: DuPenny)

For those who like hunks out there, this is by Dupenny.

(Image credit: DuPenny)

Also from DuPenny, this one for those who like long legs and garter belts.

(Image credit: Atelier Blink)

One final design that's much more flowing and open, but with small sensual moments at the same time. Designed by Atelier Blink, you have to track down the retailer for this one.

(Image credit: Timorous Beasties)

Another stunning British deviant paper, this one recommended by mschatelaine in the comments below, her description says it perfectly: "The erotic bits are printed in the same/similar colour as the base but in a glossy screen over the matte base. Very elegant and subtle. I really, really tried to get my husband to go with the paper, but he felt the black colourway was too dark. If only they had a grey...."

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