Wallpaper is making a comeback in a big way and there are many great prints and contemporary styles available that don’t look like your grandmother’s house! If you’re commitment shy and not ready to paper a whole room, try one focal wall. This approach can work well behind a sofa or bedroom headboard.
I also love unexpected uses for wallpaper: in a small hallway, a closet, a ceiling, a door, or even a bathroom cabinet! Tie the walls together by painting the remaining walls in the background color of the paper. Contrary to what you might think, small spaces are the best areas to go wild with colors and patterns.
Wherever you use it, nothing pulls a room together as easily as wallpaper!