Top 3: Wallpapers

Wall coverings are becoming more and more popular in home design, and we are seeing a lot of fun and modern patterns!

1. Geometric & Bold

These patterns are exactly what you need to create an exciting atmosphere and bring your space to life! Bold, geometric shapes and styles are really trendy right now so why not incorporate it into your walls! Wallpaper is a really fun way to add a lot of colour to a room while also creating a feature wall.


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Offices, bathrooms, and craft rooms are the best places to create fun walls! A large-scale pattern will give the illusion of a larger room, so take advantage of that in a small bathroom!

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Be bold and cover more than one wall! The best way to pull off a full room of wallpaper is to pair it with simple accessories and furniture. The white desk and bed frame are a perfect match for the exciting wallpaper surrounding them.

2. Floral

Today, floral wallpaper is not what you’re thinking! These wall coverings are pretty and classy, with a modern facelift.


These are not the typical floral wall coverings that your grandmother has in her home. These wallpapers are super trendy while still keeping sophistication in your space. Another great area for wallpaper is the front entry! Right as your guests arrive they will be in awe with your beautiful and unique design.

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Larger patterns keep wallpaper up to date and modern. The half covered wall, combined with a simple neutral paint below, gives the space even more interest!

3. Subtle & Simple

A great way to add a dose of interest to a room is with a subtle wallpaper. Choose an interesting pattern such as a faint zebra print, or a simple grey and white dotted wall covering, it will effortlessly bring your space together!

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Another great way to tackle a simple wall covering is to only cover part of a wall. Choose a more exciting wall paper and finish the rest of the wall with wainscoting!

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Or do the opposite, cover the bottom half of a wall to act as a subtle feature! Don’t be afraid to have a little fun with your subtle wall paper, mix it up and use multiple different patterns.

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