Floral wallpapers are a popular and effective design element that can breathe new life into any room. With their innovative approach to design, they can completely transform a space with ease. There are many different types of floral wallpapers available, ranging from minimalist designs to maximalist styles. Regardless of your preferred style, these wallpapers can add a touch of sophistication and personality to any room.
One of the benefits of using floral wallpapers is their versatility. They work well in any room of the house and can complement a variety of design styles, from traditional to modern. By choosing the right design and color, you can create the mood that you want in any space.
Floral wallpapers can also be used to create a feature wall that becomes the focal point of a room. This can be especially effective in smaller spaces where a bold wallpaper can add depth and dimension to the space. Additionally, by incorporating other design elements such as furniture, lighting, and accessories, you can create a cohesive and stylish look.​​​​​​​
These 6 captivating interiors showcase the impact of wallpaper in transforming a space.
1. The Magical Guest Room
In this guest room for children, designed by Jessica Jubelirer, the custom wallpaper by Fromental takes inspiration from the family's cherished garden. The wallpaper features a variety of wildflower species as well as dragonflies, butterflies, and caterpillars.

Design by @jessicajubelirer & photo by @douglasfriedman

2. Enchanted Mudroom
According to designer Jessica Jubelirer, the natural surroundings were a major source of inspiration for this Wisconsin home, particularly when it came to designing the mudroom and flower cutting station. To create a unique look, a custom botanical wallpaper was designed, featuring tea paper and created by Fromental

Design by @jessicajubelirer & photo by @douglasfriedman

3. Heavenly Stairway
The latest wallpaper collection by Calico Wallpaper, titled "Eden," is a creation of Lindsey Adelman. The collection is inspired by the watercolor paintings that Lindsey produced while on a self-imposed residency on Belle-Ile, a French island located off the coast of Brittany.
4. Toile Dream
This design by Sasha Adler combines both toile upholstery and wall coverings, a wool rug with a pattern designed by Oscar Isberian, and ottomans that are custom-made and covered in Scalamandré fabric. The overall effect of this design approach is both whimsical and classic, offering a timeless aesthetic that also incorporates playful elements.
Design by @sashaadlerdesign & photo by @douglasfriedman
5. Bathroom Retreat
The owners, and design studio Clarence & Graves, of this Somerset residence, have incorporated Cole & Son orange blossom wallpaper into their design, using it almost like a mural. The wallpaper is paired with vintage checkerboard tiles from the early 1900s that were sourced from a manor house in Seville.​​​​​​​

Design by @clarenceandgraves & photo by @davewattsphoto

6. Monoprint Bedroom
The bedroom designed by Leah O’Connell Design Studio is a delightful and inviting space. The use of identical print wallpaper and textiles from Colefax and Fowler has resulted in a distinctive and harmonious appearance, which radiates warmth and coziness.​​​​​​​

Design by: @leahoconnelldesign & photo by: @horwoodphoto

Ultimately, floral wallpapers are an effective design element that can completely transform a space. Whether you prefer a minimalist or maximalist style, there is a floral wallpaper that will suit your needs. With their wide range of designs and colors, they are a great choice for anyone looking to add a touch of style and sophistication to their home.
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