For the walls of the United Nation's Security Council chamber, a dignified Damask wallpaper by Norwegian textile artist Else Poulsson was selected. When the chamber was refurbished last year, a careful reproduction of the original was made in Norway.
Wallpaper with a multi-colored zigzag pattern backs a shelving unit at this California ranch house. Interior designer Kim Nadel says she chose it for its 1970s feel.
The residents at this finely-appointed Parisian apartment sleep beneath a tropical wallpaper canopy from Arte.
Metallic wallpaper reflects light, making it a wise choice for smaller spaces, according to Jon Sherman, co-founder and president of Brooklyn-based wallpaper company Flavor Paper.
Two geometric colorways wrap the interior of this café, creating a glowing, honeycomb-like ambience.
Graphitic lines burst forth from central nodes in this wallpaper design by Jill Malek.