What’s New in Wallcoverings?

Wallpaper is BACK! In all honesty, it never really left, but some of us are likely still recovering from the harvest yellow and avocado green florals that were in just about every house on the block in the 1970s.

Today’s wallpaper is fresh, fun and such a great way to add personality, depth, texture and color to your space. It can take any room to the next level – PLUS, new innovations like Sure Stick and Easy Peel help ensure the product is not a complete nightmare to remove when you decide you’re ready for a change.

Let’s be clear – wallpaper isn’t just made of PAPER anymore. Check out the unique materials and finishes available in wallcoverings:


Photo: Innovations

Photo: Innovations


Photo: Phillip Jeffries

Photo: Phillip Jeffries


Metallic Wallpaper

Photo: Schumacher

Glass Beads

Glass Beads Photo: Innovations

Photo: Innovations


Wood Photo: Phillip Jeffries

Photo: Phillip Jeffries

Recycled Magazines

Recycled Magazines Photo: Weitzner

Photo: Weitzner


Shagreen Photo: Schumacher

Photo: Schumacher


Eco-Friendly Photo: Farrow & Ball

Photo: Farrow & Ball

Of course you can use wallpaper on your WALLS, but you can really use it anywhere. The possibilities are endless!

Ceiling wallpaper Photo: Schumacher

Ceiling wallpaper Photo: Schumacher

Look up! This ceiling wallpaper is a fun and surprising way to use the medium.

Pops of wallpaper lining this bookcase add extra interest to the shelves.

Bookcase wallpaper

Photo: Schumacher

If the idea of using wallpaper to cover an entire room is overwhelming, try using it on one wall to create a focal point. 

Focal wallpaper Photo: Schumacher

Photo: Schumacher

If you really love a pattern, why not use it on the wall AND the drapery? 

Pattern wallpaper Photo: Schumacher

Photo: Schumacher

To create drama, try wrapping your walls in a mural. It feels like you’re living in a true work of art!

Mural wallpaper Photo: Schumacher

Photo: Schumacher

Typically smaller in square footage, wallpaper can help powder rooms pack a big punch! Plus, guests are usually frequenting these spaces, so a fun pattern can become a great conversation starter.

Powder Room wallpaper Photo: Thibaut

Photo: Thibaut

An entryway can be another space to make a statement. Try wrapping wallpaper all the way up the staircase for a truly grand entrance.

Entryway wallpaper Photo: Kati Curtis Design

Photo: Kati Curtis Design

Are you ready to give wallcoverings a try? Give us a shout!