At this former Dwell staffer's Brooklyn apartment, “Ziggy Diamond” wallpaper from Flavor Paper creates a backdrop that's bold but also lets the art in front of it stand out. The metallic silver is echoed by deadstock 1970s tulip-print wallpaper in the bathroom.
The wallcoverings at this Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn, home include a jewel-toned dot pattern by Kravitz Design in the hallway and a vibrant jungle print in the bedroom, both from Flavor Paper.
The chevron design from classic wallpaper maker Graham & Brown in this tiny Bosie bathroom proves that even small spaces can handle big prints.
The playroom in this colorfully charming Los Angeles home features Daks wallpaper from Walnut. Other clever wallcoverings include a pink wave pattern wallpaper in the master bedroom, corkboard for displaying art, and textured pink and yellow paint by Benjamin Moore.
The palm-print wallpaper by Arte in designer Gesa Hansen's Paris apartment provides a colorful backdrop for a headboard of her own design.
Architect Simon Storey designed the "Torn and Confused" wallpaper in his Echo Park home to look as though a layer had been pulled away to reveal another underneath.