Wallpaper is always a favorite topic and in the past five years, the number of beautiful papers available has simply exploded. Searching through the sneak peek archives, it was pretty tough narrowing down my favorites to only 30, but I thought these choices best represented the wealth of styles available and the different ways you can use them. If these homes inspire you to bring a little pattern to your own walls, be sure to check our our top 50 wallpaper sources for more ideas! — Amy A.
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Image above: The entry hall in Kimberly Cornelison & Alfie Ferreyra’s Minneapolis, Minnesota, home is wallpapered in a print.
Image above: Trine of Ferm Living used the dark “” wallpaper to make the yellow bedding really pop in her Danish home.
Image above: Josef Frank wallpaper in Lisa Grue’s Copenhagen home.
Image above: Emma Cassi used wallpaper to create the illusion of a headboard in her London home.
Image above: Susan and William Brinson wanted to make their Manhattan kitchen feel “older” so they added the embossed paintable wallpaper and painted it with outdoor, high-gloss paint.
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Image above: In Diane Stafford’s South London Victorian home, the single wallpapered wall makes the bed a focal point — no headboard necessary.
Image above: Elisabeth Dunker uses wallpaper in her Sweden home to create a woodsy vibe.
Image above: To hang this “Grove Garden” pattern from in her Finland home, Jutta of Kootut Murut made her own wallpaper paste by boiling wheat flour and water.
Image above: Leah Hennen used Orla Kiely wallpaper left over from her dining-room hutch project on the back of her bookshelves.
Image above: Joyce of Rosa Blu used the Cath Kidston wallpaper “Paris Rose Pink” for the bedroom walls in her Amsterdam home.
Image above: Helena Amourdedieu hung Lene Toni Kjeld’s “” wallpaper to frame her Paris kitchen. The pattern changes in this hand-printed paper.
Image above: Sarah Hicks Malone covered this one wall of her Nashville guest bedroom with floral wallpaper found on eBay.
Image above: Cara of Ore Studios used this paper in her Santa Fe, New Mexico, dining room to create a vibrant color scheme.
Image above: Brad Dufton and Dendra Amin-Dufton used wallpaper to visually connect the dining and living rooms in their Boston home.
Image above: Lynda Gardner found just enough of this toile paper to cover one wall of the guest bedroom in her home outside of Melbourne, Australia.
Image above: Maxine Sutton used “Mimosa” by in her home in the seaside town of Ramsgate, Kent, to unify a living room filled with vintage finds.
Image above: Purple toile in Kirsten Voortman’s Amsterdam home.
Image above: Nina Gotlieb used this Florence Broadhurst wallpaper to define the staircase in her Clinton Corners country home. (If you like the color scheme, be sure to check out Simply Color: Nina Gotlieb!)
Image above: The wallpaper in Teresa Grow’s Los Angeles home frames her vintage fireplace.
Image above: Colorful paper in Jeremy Mcelwain’s entryway.
Image above: Rosie Brown’s home in Edinburgh is filled with amazing artwork and patterns, like this wallpaper.
Image above: Vynsie Law felt this wallpaper changed the entire feel of her East Dallas home.
Image above: Amie Corley wallpapered this room in her St. Louis home in Neisha Crosland’s “Birdtree” paper and had her grandmother’s chaise reupholstered in Brunschwig’s “Les Touches.”
Image above: Corbin Lee Gurkin designed this bathroom wallpaper in her Charleston home with Photoshop using family photos, and then had the file printed by . (See Simply Color: Corbin Lee Gukin to recreate the feel of this home!)
Amy Allison uses her Chicago home as a testing ground for her own designs. She framed the banquette that she built herself with her own wallpaper design.
Image above: Betsy Maddox used wallpaper from in her Chicago home.
Image above: The entryway in Sandra Haischberger’s Vienna flat.
Image above: The entryway to Sarah Hicks Malone’s Nashville home is papered in yellow florals from .
Image above: In Erika and Patrik Mörn’s Sweden home, the bedroom is papered in a Hanna Werning design.