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5 Wallpaper Trends You’re Going to See Everywhere This Year


Wallpaper has slowly made a comeback onto the interior design scene, and we’re actually excited about it. But make no mistake — we’re not talking about the dated floral prints that lived on every wall of your childhood home in the ’70s. The resurgence of modern wallpapers brings a fresh yet dimensional update to any abode and there are various ways to incorporate it to reflect your own style.

Whether you prefer a statement feature wall or an entire wall-papered room, we’ve rounded up five wallpaper trends you’re about to see everywhere in 2018. From florals to metallics, give your home the lively transformation it deserves.



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If you’re obsessed with anything plant-related, we’ve got good news. Greenery and botanicals were a huge trend in 2017, thanks to Pantone’s color of the year, and are here to stay in 2018. Gone are the days where indoor plants were the only botanicals to be featured in your home; the trend has now spread to interior design and can be featured on cushions, dinnerware, furniture, and wallpaper. Whether the inside of your home is looking outdated and dull or you want to experiment with lively prints, opting for botanical wallpaper will add character and personality to the overall look of your abode.



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Instead of spending excessive amounts of money accessorizing every room in your home with a bouquet of flowers, opt for classic floral wallpapers instead. Whether you prefer powerful or subtle wallpaper prints, decorate your home with creative patterns that burst with bright colors and create layers of texture — nature’s beauty can make a big statement without overpowering certain spaces. From delicate blossoms to an array of roses and tulips, vintage-inspired wallpapers will provide a fresh yet modern update to your home.

Geometric Patterns

Geometric Patterns

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Rendered in a variety of colors and shapes, geometric wallpapers are proving to be popular in homes, creating modern and innovative interiors. Available in classic shapes such as squares, hexagons, triangles, and diamonds, geometric designs can be used to bring versatility to a simple space, generate energy to a dull interior, and add a touch of visual appeal to any room in your home. If you’re looking for a way to add an element of sophistication into your abode, geometric wallpaper could create the unexpected twist you want.

Brick and Stone Effects

Brick & Stone

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Exposed brick feature walls are a desirable asset to any interior, however, not every home boasts one. So, if you’re looking for a way to incorporate the design into your home, opt for brick wallpaper and forget about expensive construction work. Whether you have an industrial, Scandinavian, or rustic style, various brick-effect wallpapers, in an assortment of colors, will assist you in introducing an understated elegance and personality into your abode. Brick wallpaper is a great way to add texture, warmth, and character to the interior of your home.



(Photo Credit: Joe Filshie)

Metallic home decor items are becoming increasingly stylish as of late, so why not incorporate the trend onto the walls of your home? Metallic wallpaper can add depth and sparkle, while making the interior of your home feel incredibly luxurious. If you’re living in a small space, metallic wallpaper is the perfect way to brighten the area and make it appear larger, thanks to the way it reflects the light. The best part? You don’t have to settle for solid silvers, golds, or coppers when it comes to metallics. Select geometric shapes, florals, and botanicals to add an element of texture into any given space.

This post was written by Angelique Thompson. For more, check out our sister site Homes to Love.

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