For the bedrooms in this Barragan-inspired home in Los Angeles, the residents and architect Linda Taalman sourced wallpaper from Walnut. In regards to the color scheme, owner Laura Devis says, “In Latin America, we’re not afraid of color. Pink occurs in nature. It’s everywhere in the tropics. For us, it isn’t considered ‘girlie.'.”
In textile designer Orla Kiely's London terrace house, the ground floor was dug out to compensate for a low ceiling and provide a sunken seating section leading to the garden. Built-in sofas, an Eames rocker, a stool by G Plan, and concrete tiles outfit the space. Kiely chose a neutral charcoal finish for the Malm fireplace to balance the green linoleum floor and her own Rhododendron wallpaper in Sunflower.
A 1960s home with an unusual awning gets upgraded with 21st-century conveniences while maintaining its Austin street cred. The renovation architects carved out a new powder room on the main level, and the resident chose Jill Malek wallpaper to add a graphic punch to custom cabinetry.
Saving money on the floor tiles for this entryway in a renovated rowhouse in Brooklyn meant that the homeowners could spring for hand-finished wallpaper by Swedish company Sandberg.
Brooklyn–based graphic designers Jeanette and Mike Abbink worked with Architecture + Construction to renovate their residence. In the bathroom, the gray Carrara walls are offset by bright tulip-patterned wallpaper, circa 1970, from Secondhand Rose in Tribeca.
Playful wallpaper from Graham & Brown livens up this Boise residence’s otherwise traditional powder room, which also contains a pint-size Ikea sink.
Wallpaper doesn't have to be patterned: for his own Shelter Island home, designer Jonathan Adler lined the walls of the guest bedroom with grasscloth in Slate for a cozy, natural touch.
Wallpaper sourced from Finland breaks up the clean white interior expanses of a renovated post-and-beam house in Portland, Oregon.
Glee star Jayma Mays bought and renovated her home in Los Feliz with the help of architect Mike Jacobs; Mays handled all the interior decor, including wallpaper by Erika Wakerly in the master bedroom to punch up a long wall behind the bed.
Looks can be deceiving: The red-and-white patterned wall in this Australian prefab is actually made of Tunisian tile, since it's situated right behind a wood-burning stove.