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Wallpaper Favorites

Wallpaper Favorites

A top trend this fall, we can’t get enough of wallpaper right now. Not only is it a statement piece for any space, but it’s also incredibly versatile. From ceilings and walls to entryways and powder rooms, there’s no limit to the creative possibilities. And while the wallpaper of the past can seem outdated and tacky, today’s options are absolutely stunning with a style for everyone.


This wallpaper by Schumacher is one of our top picks. It’s fresh and inviting, adding a graphic style to the space that manages to stay understated and classic. The fern pattern evokes feelings of nature, while the structured diamond shapes add a touch movement and organization. The result is a feeling of sophisticated balance – perfect for any room.

Image Source: Molly Howe Design - Wallpaper: Schumacher


A textured beauty, this wallpaper by Thibaut is ideal if you’re looking to add visual interest to your space but aren’t quite ready to commit to a bold pattern. With its neutral color palette, it’s the perfect complement to any style, which means that opting for this print gives you the flexibility to change out a room design as you please. It’s as easy as can be.

Image Source: Thibaut


This Anthropologie metallic wallpaper is our perfect idea of neutral mixed with a splash of glam. Its spotted pattern is timeless, and with just a hint of shine, it manages to both blend in and stand out from the crowd.

Image Source: Anthropologie


Dying for a touch of color in your space? Then this wallpaper is for you. Designed by Serena & Lily, it’s a chic and whimsical geometric showstopper that instantly adds interest and a pop of contrast to a room. We recommend using this one on your ceiling because there’s no straight direction on the pattern, giving it plenty of visual flexibility.

Image Source: Serena & Lily


Kelly Ventura’s “Meadow Wallpaper in Blue” is absolutely beautiful. For the romantic at heart, this pattern gives a modern spin on traditional style and maintains the classic beauty of floral design at its core. It’s a work of art in and of itself, so we definitely recommend it – especially if you’re looking to add a statement piece to your space.

Image Source: Kelly Ventura

Thinking about adding a pattern to your home? We say go for it. It’s always a good idea to let your personality shine.

(P.S. if you love these styles, be sure to check out some of our other favorites, too, including Caitlin Wilson, Hygge & West, Olivia & Poppy, Farrow & Ball, and Lulu and Georgia!)

By Megan Johansson, Contributor to Molly Howe Design

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