Get new inspiration with wallpaper in your wall. wallpaper is not just a background of your wall. Wallpaper is the element that should make your room alive. here, Shawn Gauthier from Houzz gives some ideas. Now choose the best one of the ideas below.
Try a pattern in a complementary scale. If you have patterned wallpaper, make it pop by upholstering the furniture in a pattern of complementary scale. The key word here is scale: Notice how the pattern on the chairs is smaller than that on the walls, therefore balancing the two as an eye-appealing pair.
Pull out colors of the wallpaper. Really incorporate the paper into your space by furnishing the room in the same colors found in the wallpaper. The green chest and neutral sink bowl and accessories make this bathroom feel unified.
Match the wallpaper’s mood. The bursts in this paper have a playful, party vibe, and paired with these crystal sconces give this bathroom an understated feel of glamour and sophistication.
Consider neutrals wallpaper. Make your wallpaper the statement piece by furnishing the room in neutrals. The soft, organic feel of these pieces is calming against this floral paper, resulting in a peacefully chic sanctuary.
Re-create elements of the wallpaper. Have wallpaper with distinct shapes or designs? Reflect them in your design. The circular shape of this very unique hood pulls out the circles from the paper while also giving this contemporary kitchen a sculptural element.
Find furnishings with smaller-scaled designs. Fabric isn’t the only element to consider when pairing patterns; furnishings will also do the trick. As always, scale is everything. Try a mirror with a smaller-scale Greek key pattern with this green bamboo paper for a bathroom that is both funky and fresh.
Think bold color. Don’t be afraid to complement boldly colored wallpaper with separate bold color in the décor. This floral purple paper pops against these red contemporary dining chairs. Balanced with a metallic light fixture, the dining area becomes the focal part of the room.Field in: small closet design, accent walpaperl ideas, mirrors in powder rooms, neutral wall paper designs