Hi friends, hope you are doing well. One thing that has really caught my eye lately is wallpapered spaces. I mean I have always loved it, but lately I find its on my radar just a bit more. Every time I see a space with a fabulous wallpaper that catches my eye, I immediately start brainstorming about where I might be able to use some in my own home. One area I would love to paper is my bedroom. I have thought about this for a few years. The walls have a large tray ceiling so its a little trickier than just simple straight walls. It’s also a very big room so will need a lot of paper, so I have to really love what I put up. Like so many things I thought of doing, that kind of fell to the wayside. Then we toyed with the idea of downsizing but my husband really wants to stay and truth is we both are attached to this house (often happens when you built it from the ground up) So as of now we are staying here, which has me once again considering some of the previously abandoned ideas. I thought it would be fun to do a post on wallpaper, a lot in bedrooms because that is an area I am seriously considering it for but throwing in other spaces too taht I think make a strong argument for how wonderful a wallpapered space is. Then I want to know your thoughts on the matter! ______________________________________________ Great looking bedoom McCann Design Group Great impact here with this foyer/hall wallpapered space in Bali Hai by Mark D Sikes What a beautiful statement for wallpaper! One of my favorite designers, Cathy Kincaid A pretty bamboo paper was installed in this kitchen by Amy Berry Love a soft smaller pattern for a bedroom as sometimes bolder patterns are just too much, Burke Interiors Love this pretty, soft palette Mohindroo Interiors Pretty soft blue toned paper in this elegant bathroom, Cathy Kincaid The ultimate in wallpaper is a beautiful hand painted chinoiserie….in any room! Rugs TK Beautiful case in point of how subtle papers can create impact such as this elegant pink paper in this pretty room, Amy Berry A favorite room (in my favorite colors) love the subtle blue paper and how cozy it makes this master sitting area feel, Ashley Whitaker Instead of a traditional tile or marble backsplash, Clary Bosbyshell chose this beautiful Peter Fasano cherry blossom paper Love everything about this, the rich green with the blue and whites, so fabulous. Amy Berry Meg Braff uses wallpaper a lot, her spaces always feel so bright, happy and welcoming. Case in point in this fresh yellow and white bedroom Always loved this paper, interesting to paper a breakfast area, Hailey Hinley Great space by Ashely Whitaker showing the impact of a well selected wallpaper A pretty and very soft paper was selected for this elegant room, Julia Amory This makes a pretty case for wallpaper in a bedroom, so intimate, cozy and beautiful Cathy Kincaid Pretty in pink, Amy Berry Why not make a laundry room a beautiful and happy space! Sarah Bartholomew An iconic bedroom and one of my favorites, who wouldn’t want to sleep in this dreamy space! Cathy Kincaid Pretty bathroom, love the paper by Scalamandre, Lulu and Georgia How about this pretty dressing table area, the wallpaper really adds the wow factor, Meg Braff Love the way this pretty and cheerful paper ties together all the wonderful colors in this master bedroom, Ashley Whitaker Wallpaper can be gorgeous when used tonally for a subtle addition of pattern as is the case in this beautiful dining room, Amy Berry ___________________________________ Putting this post together has me in the mood more than ever to wallpaper my room. Now to find the time to start looking for possibilities….definitely the fun part but very time consuming. The only places I have paper is in my powder rooms. How about you? What are your thoughts on wallpaper in general? Do you have a favorite room/space where you like to use it? Favorite manufacturers? For me, Schumacher, Thibaut, Scalamandre are just a few that I often source. Thanks for stopping in, wishing you a fabulous day. Until next time…….