8 Outdoor-Inspired Wallpapers
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Wallpaper is one of the oldest forms of decorating – dating back to 4000 B.C. Today, its ability to transform a space is still being embraced by designers and homeowners alike. This spring we’re leaning into wallpapers that blur the intersection between home and nature. Take a look at some of our favorites below…
In the Dining Room
We love that Jessica Brigham incorporated dark wood and real greenery to compliment the leafy wallpaper used in this dining room. The combination makes the whole room feel like a jungle!
Source: Jessica Brigham for Apartment Therapy
Bring Life into the Bathroom
Wait until you get out of a steamy shower...you'll forget that you're not in the Amazon.
Source: Nicole Watts for Homepolish
Room to Grow
A whole world at your little one's finger tips... or at least a whole forest.
Source: Emily Henderson for Domino Magazine
For if You Rent
Even though there are examples of amazing removable wallpaper out there, this option can be easier and more transportable. It can also inject color without overwhelming a small space.
Source: Emily Henderson for Cup of Jo
Serene Sitting Room
Above, designer Eric Piasecki uses a Chinoiserie-inspired wallpaper for his take on botanicals.
Source: David Kleinberg for Architectural Digest
Summer Afternoon Clouds
Whoever said we don't want a cloud over our head? This dreamlike wallpaper brings texture and whimsy to an otherwise simple room.
Source: Tessa Neustadt for Apartment Therapy
We would feel like royalty every day walking past this emerald wallpaper.
Source: Suzanna Scott for Rue Magazine
Bamboo for Baby
This bamboo tree wallpaper makes a nursery gender-neutral and age-less...in case you one day want your guest room back.
Source: Wit and Truth for Domino