Over the years, I have become a big fan of wallpaper, especially for kids and other small spaces. Pattern can be overpowering, so I like to wallpaper just one wall in a room or add it in small doses. I love the surprise that wallpaper can bring to closets, a book shelf or other unexpected spaces.
Try creating a “jewel box” look in a little girl’s closet to make everything more special.
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I have always wallpapered behind my bookshelves. It is a great way to add dimension and interest to the backdrop of a shelf.
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On the door is always fun.
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Start with a closet, bathroom or even a headboard—a little bit of wallpaper goes a long way.
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Adding pattern to small spaces is a great way to make a room more “one of a kind.” It is a perfect way to bring your personality and design style into the room. Here are a few of my go-to wallpaper choices.
1. This pink and white damask is always charming for a baby girl.
2. Bold graphics like this cars paper from Dwell Studio make a big impact.
3. Stripes are always classic. Can’t go wrong with this blue and white aiden stripe.
4. A small ditsy floral is so sweet and fun. I love this lilac print from Designers Guild.
Love the headboard wallpaper ideas
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This reminds me of the time I tried to cover a table with wallpaper, but it was such a disaster!
Love the headboards idea. The wallpaper on a bookcase, not so much. I find that it makes the bookcase look cluttered and it takes away the “spotlight” from the decorative items you decide to put on the shelves.
These are all great suggestions and look beautiful. Love the panels on the door.
Love the idea of wallpapering the closet!
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