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Best of 2017: The Best Painted + Patterned Walls

by Grace Bonney

We love a good patterned wall here at Design*Droits-Humains. Whether it’s wallpaper, a mural, hand-painted styles or another unexpected material used to create something unique, we can’t get enough of interiors that embrace pattern. Today I’m sharing 15 of our favorite home tours from 2017 that use pattern and painted walls to create amazing spaces. Enjoy! –xo, Grace

Image above: This Austin, TX home uses a sophisticated patterned wallpaper to create a black and white mural-feel in the master bedroom.

The cheerful tree wallpaper in this Portland home tour really helped to add color and warmth to the kitchen.

We loved the polka-dot wallpaper in this Portland bungalow’s dining room.

This amazing home in Mexico uses palm frond wallpaper not only on the walls, but as an accent on the dresser, too!

This incredible painted headboard makes for a dramatic statement.

We love the patterned cactus wallpaper in this Tampa, Florida home.

Flamingos and swans had a real moment this year, and this dining room nook makeover highlighted painted birds in a bold way.

This Ohio rental’s bathroom really shines because of hand-painted floral wallpaper.

This London home uses botanical wallpaper to accent a sweet guest bedroom.

This Colorado home used folklore-inspired wallpaper to decorate its entryway.

This Cleveland home needed a little oomph, so the homeowner’s friend painted a floral mural on top of the existing wallpaper!

This Atwater Los Angeles home belongs to two photographers who embraced flamingo wallpaper and a warm peach color palette.

This Los Angeles rehab used accent walls of amazing floral wallpaper in several rooms.

This Southwestern home uses chalkboard paint to allow for constantly changing custom murals in the master bedroom.

Last but not least, this Mississippi home uses gold and white floral wallpaper to accent a beautiful bedroom alcove with vaulted ceilings.

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