Want to really wow your guests? Add a wallpapered accent wall to your entryway. Since it's the first thing they'll see in your home, it will set the tone. If your decor is more on the safe side, go with a muted wallpaper and accessories.
Master of the Master Bath
Let's say you fall in love with a wallpaper but you have no clue where to put it. Why not try a little piece of wall in your master bathroom? Waking up will be more enjoyable when you can walk into your bathroom and be greeted by something you love.
How to Wallpaper
Liven Up Your Laundry Room
Who wouldn't want to practice the art of stain removal in this room? Your laundry room doesn't have to be drab and boring. Add personality with a wallpapered accent wall. Since most laundry rooms and closets are small, adding an accent wall would be a quick and affordable weekend DIY project.
Powder Room Punch
Kick things up a notch in your powder room with a striking wallpapered accent wall. It's an unexpected way to add visual interest to an often small and boring space. Don't be afraid to take a risk and go for a larger design, which will give the room a bigger, rather than smaller, feel. But try to keep the other elements in the room simple so they don't compete.
Subdue a Bedroom
You don't always have to go bold with wallpaper. A subdued, light design gives dimension to the room without being loud. You can go with a geometric design like Greek key or trellis, or a monochromatic floral design. This is especially pretty in a bedroom.