Top Ten Bedroom Wallpapers

By now you’ve sumised we have a thing for wallpaper–in basically any room in the house! Wallpaper in a bedroom can be beautiful, especially if the pattern is large scale enough. We shy away from small patterns in large rooms because they tend to have a dizzying effect (we like to save the little patterns for bathrooms and small entryways). We often cover bedroom walls in a soft colored grasscloth; this helps bedrooms feel cozier and more enveloping. We also love to use floral and botanical motifs in bedrooms–especially the more free form patterns that make you feel as if you’ve stepped into an enchanted forest or a secret garden. 4.15.15_final_wallpaper_roundup11. de Gournay wallpaper. Hand painted on paper or silk, these French wallpapers have the ability to transform an entire room in one fell swoop.
degournay_wallpaper22. Madeleine Castaing wallpaper. This vine stripe is a classic for a reason.
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madeleine_castaign23. Farrow & Ball, Ringwold. A beautiful climbing vine paper using Farrow & Ball’s unparalleled colors. We also love Ringwold in foyers (see our favorite foyer wallpapers here)!
Farrow_ball4. Phillip Jeffries grasscloth. An easy way to make a big room feel cozy toot sweet.
Phillip Jeffries Grasscloth Steven Gambrell
phillipjeffries5. Quadrille, Flores II. We love this bedroom below designed by Tilton Fenwick using Quadrille’s Flores on both the walls and the headboard.
Quadrille Flores Wallpaper6. Hines & Company, Palmyra. We used this wallpaper in a guest bedroom in a house in New Jersey. We loved how the scale of the palms made the room feel bigger.
GBGP_10087. F. Schumacher & Co, Hot House Flowers Sisal. A very traditional botanical print feels fresh printed on grasscloth.
schumacherhothousefloralsisal8. F. Schumacher & Co, Acanthus Stripe. Shown below in a room designed by Celerie Kemble, Acanthus stripe is a great way to make a room feel taller and grander.
SchumacherAcanthus9. Clarence House, Flowering Quince. Remember this bedroom of Sara Ruffin Costello? It looked like the ultimate retreat from the busy city outside. 
ClarenceHouseFloweringQuince10. Raoul Textiles fabric. This room is actually covered in fabric (we cheated a little!) but it’s just so pretty we couldn’t resist! This room below designed by Katie Ridder.
RaoulWho makes your favorite bedroom wallpaper?  Do you have any go-tos?

  • Tara

    Hi, I was wondering if you could help me find the name of the wallpaper you used in a hall/staircase? It looks like a tan grass cloth with white leaves dotted in it placed in vertical rowes. The photo was of a hallway looking into a living room with a white mantel and a round black mirror, There is also a navy blue ottoman in front of the fireplace, I would be most grateful!!!!!! thanks so much!!!!!