Wallpaper With a History
A fresh color paired with a very traditional pattern means up-to-date, contemporary wallpaper. Design by Thibaut, the oldest continuously operating wallpaper firm in the United States.
This dusty green and bronze wallpaper in a simple pattern is ideal for a large space. The rolls resist fading and come in a variety of bold, graphic patterns — some more subtle than others.
Use this handprinted design as either a wallpaper or, in smaller quantities, framed as wall art. Design by Karen Combs of Nama Rococo.
Eco-Friendly Wall Decor
Add some texture to your walls with one of the seven colors of this woven jute wall coverings. Design by twenty2.
This two-toned stripe gives a 3-D feel to the wall. Contemporary through and through, the pattern comes in seven colorways. Design by Neisha Crosland.
Erica Wakerly's designs are inspired by her love for the '50s and art deco design.
Glass Bead Wallpaper
The sheen of this wallpaper comes from the tiny glass beads that cover the surface. The beads on flexible paper are perfect for turning walls into shiny, unexpected focal points. Design by Beadazzled Flexible Glass Bead Wallcovering.
Wallpaper That Shines
This tone-on-tone metallic tinged wallpaper is a long way from your grandmother's florals. Design by ROMO.
Feature your child's artwork on this budget-friendly paintable wallpaper. Design by Graham & Brown.
Why let the interior of your home have all the fun? Susan Bradley's outdoor wallpaper comes in a variety of patterns, from damask to floral.