Bathroom Wallpaper Ideas
Today's variety of easy-to-wipe-down wallpapers come equipped with heat- and water-resistant options ideal for steamy bathrooms. Find your perfect bathroom wallpaper with these innovative new ways to add pattern to your space.
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Bring the Blush
Snowy textiles and fittings spotlight a focal wall covered in pink-and-white wallpaper. The sweet hue warms up the otherwise neutral master bathroom that stays light and airy thanks to a glass-paneled walk-in shower and three oversize mirrors.
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Punch Up Personality
Employ graphic wallpaper with a quirky theme in your powder room for a hit of eccentric style. This fun ostrich print matches the small bathroom's navy painted vanity and creates one-of-a-kind character.
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Make a Statement
Wallpaper in a bathroom acts like artwork and gives the space another dimension. This chic Greek-key-inspired wallpaper creates dramatic contrast against ebony-stained wood floors and a traditional freestanding bathtub.
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Don't be afraid to flirt with color and pattern; a small space like a powder room is a great place to go bold with wallpaper. These bright blooms honor the classic look of traditional white fixtures while contributing a touch of modernity with the pattern's oversize scale.
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Look to the Sky
Make a large bathroom feel more welcoming by carrying wallpaper up onto the ceiling. The innovative wallpaper placement contains the space and delivers a sense of grandeur thanks to a leaf-and-vine pattern that creates a canopy between the beams.
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Borrow from Nature
Wallpaper with a graphic nature-inspired print gives a sense of depth in this new-meets-old powder room. Placed above tall wainscoting, the wall treatment evokes vintage style when paired with a branch-framed mirror, brass faucet, and antique washbasin.
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Top It Off
Balance a bright, busy wallpaper pattern with a clean white subway tile backsplash. The tropical print in this guest bathroom takes the space from boring to breathtaking while still honoring the home's traditional touches.
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Grass cloth offers subtle color and texture to a bathroom with small square footage. In spaces prone to splashes and steam, faux variations offer the same look but are easier to maintain.
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Continue a Color Scheme
If there's one thing this kiwi-and-purple color scheme proves, it's that opposites attract attention. Stylized floral wallpaper with subtly different shades of greens and purples inspires the vibrant green used on this bathroom's vanity and mirror frame.
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Cherry-blossom-inspired wallpaper climbs the wall above crisp white paneling in this sophisticated space. The soft gray detail adds interest to a white-on-white palette and sparkles in the light of a glass chandelier.
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Limited wall space makes expensive designer wallpaper or a custom faux wall treatment affordable. For a guest bath, try a daring animal print, like this fun zebra wallcovering, or an unexpected color that excites as well as invites.
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Evoke an Era
Love vintage style? Express it in your bathroom wallpaper. This leafy pattern picks up on the patina of an antique mirror and pedestal sink, and it adds feminine flair to the neutral room.
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Make It Metallic
If you think modest dimensions demand quiet colors and diminutive designs, this fashion-forward powder room will make you reconsider. Metallic damask wallpaper pops against a black-and-white checked floor. Minimalist white fixtures with black hardware ground the look.
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Subtly patterned wallpaper in a neutral shade adds warmth, character, and depth to this petite powder room. A shapely vintage-style faucet and vintage-style vanity with flared legs pick up the curvacious shape of the elegant wallpaper pattern.
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Continue the style of your wallpaper's pattern throughout the room for a cohesive look. Here, the wall's swirling design echoes in the shape of a shimmering chandelier and the slipcover of a Parsons chair.