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35 Inspiring Bedroom Wallpaper Ideas

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Mixed Patterns

In a cozy guest room in her upstate New York home, ELLE DECOR A-List interior designer Sheila Bridges applied layer upon layer of colorful patterns. The classic green wallcovering by Adelphi Paper Hangings picks up the mint hues in the vintage kantha quilt and the upholstered headboard.

Frank Frances


Matchy-Matchy (In a Good Way!)

Interior designer Amaro Sánchez de Moya went wild for patterns in his maximalist, but clasically informed, pied-à-terre in Seville, Spain—and you can too. Here, Sánchez de Moya applied the same leafy trellis pattern by Zuber on the furniture, cushions, and walls.

Ricardo Labougle


Delicate Florals

Wallpaper is uncommon in Italy, but the owners of a Rome apartment (perched perfectly above the Colosseum) asked that design duo Alivisi Kirimoto use it throughout their home. The chosen floral wallcovering, designed by Romo, appears in three different versions throughout the home, including this pale variation in the bedroom. The delicate blooms converse with the trees and plants just outside the window.

Serena Eller Vainicher

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Nature-Inspired Textures

ELLE DECOR A-Lister Martyn Lawrence Bullard may be known for his opulent pattern play, but in this Hawaiian getaway, he opted to let the lush tropical surroundings do the heavy lifting. In lieu of a look-at-me wallcovering, he selected an organic, bark textured material by Caba Company to clad the room.

Douglas Friedman


All-Over Pattern

If you love a pattern, why just apply it to the walls? Designer Remy Renzullo took a page from the book of decorating greats of yore (think Billy Baldwin and Dorothy Draper) and covered this Hamptons bedroom entirely in the same Pierre Frey fabric. After all, there’s never too much of a good thing.

Isabel Parra


Mural-Like Motifs

Mathilde Favier, an impossibly chic executive at Dior, brought the catwalk to her Paris bedroom, which features a purple carpet design featured on the fashion house’s runway. And though the wallspace above her bed isn’t technically wallpaper (it’s actually a wall mural by Rosie Mennem), we love how the pretty cherry blossom motif ties the entire room together.

Pascal Chevallier

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Luxurious Damask

Fabric is a fabulous alternative to wallpaper. We adore this de Gournay damask, in a gleaming deep salmon colorway, that designer Summer Thornton selected for a bold Chicago prewar apartment.

Thomas Loof


Arts and Crafts–Inspired Wallpaper

Star Los Angeles chef Suzanne Goin tapped ELLE DECOR A-List firm Nickey Kehoe to create a calming retreat away from her hectic restaurant kitchens. In the bedroom, the design duo selected an Arts and Crafts movement–inspired wallcovering from Lewis & Wood. The pattern lends the feeling of being nestled in an enchanted forest.

Amy Neunsinger


Pretty Carnations

All-over pattern doesn’t verge into heavy territory, thanks to a white ground and a sweet floral print. Architect Paul Lamb worked with a Texas client to create adorable reading (and nap) nooks throughout this Austin home. Here, the pattern on the walls and curtains is from Alex Conroy Textiles.

Ryann Ford

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Retro Florals

We couldn’t help but showcase one more napping spot in the same home designed by Architect Paul Lamb. A bold, retro floral called Hello Yarrow by Abigail Borg feels neutral due to oatmeal upholstery and off-white walls.

Ryann Ford


Dense Botanicals

Ferns and fronds and dandelions, oh my! Designer Jessica Davis extended the headboard of this bed using a leafy green wallpaper by Marthe Armitage in a bedroom located in a restored 1970s home.

Alanna Hale


Graphic Blooms

Who ever said gold is for winners? This soothing, silvery bedroom in a Florida home designed by Rodney Lawrence gets a bit of glamour with the Art Deco–inspired de Gournay wallcovering.

Annie Schlechter

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Eclectic Leaves

It’s a bug’s life in this charming twin bedroom in a Bay Area home designed by Jessica Davis. Here, the red leaf-print wallpaper by A-Street Prints creates the perfect habitat for a host of charming creepy crawlies.

Alanna Hale


Candy Stripes

British home brand House of Hackney is known for its wild, maximalist patterns, but founders Frieda Gormley and Javvy M Royle chose a classic, striped wallpaper for the main bedroom in their London home. The vertical orientation lends additional height to the room’s historic proportion.

Michael Sinclair


Lace-Like Patterns

In his French beach home, designer Jean-Louis Deniot wanted to channel the easy-breezy vibe of his seaside setting. To play up the bohemian woven canopy (a custom Deniot design), he selected a complementary wallcovering from Thibaut.

Stephan Julliard

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Jubilant Pink Cranes

If you really want to make a statement, think pink...and maximalist! Fledgeling interior design studio Perifio decorated a guest room in their Hudson, New York, retreat with a riotous pattern of dancing cranes, courtesy of Milton & King.

Isabel Parra


Wild Things Wallcovering

Designer Rodney Lawrence literally took a page out of Maurice Sendak’s book in designing this adorable children’s bedroom in a Long Island, New York, home. The wall features a custom mural with a scene from the beloved children’s book Where the Wild Things Are.

Marili Forastieri


Painterly Paper

This Malibu, California, house designed by Standard Architecture may feature muscular modern proportions and materials, but designer Martha Mulholland was sure to soften things up with lush moments of color and pattern. Here in the bedroom, she selected an opulent floral wallpaper by Lizzo.

Shade Degges

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Hot House Print

Caroline Rafferty’s midcentury modern Palm Beach home is surrounded by hothouse plants. So why not bring those inside? A 4Space palm-print wallpaper turns the space into a lush oasis.

Carmel Brantley


Kid-Friendly Mural

For a chic Manhattan residence, design firm Husband Wife wanted to make a children’s room that a kid could grow into. The bedding, lamp, and side table feel grown-up, but the gauzy canopy and fun flower mural by Jeremiah Britton keep things whimsical.

Nicole Franzen

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41 Bedroom Wallpaper Ideas We're Currently Coveting

Calimia Home

Wallpaper can be a lot of things, but there is no denying that it packs a punch in any room it's in. From bold and modern to traditional and neutral, wallpaper can take on so many different forms, and it always adds endless texture and depth to your space. And when it comes to the bedroom, wallpaper is such a simple and elegant way to elevate your sanctuary.

Installing wallpaper used to be a pain, but nowadays there are so many places you can purchase wallpaper and many are simple for even a novice DIYer.

Before you pick up that can of paint, take a look at these bedroom wallpaper ideas that truly transform these rooms.

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Britt Design Studio

Throw away every rule you've ever lived by when it comes to patterns. Don't be afraid to mix and match, even when they are graphic and eye-catching. The best way to pair two different patterns together is to try to vary up the scale of each one and pull in complimentary colors that don't compete.

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Reena Sotropa

You probably don't think much about how to decorate your ceiling, but this bird wallpaper will make you think again. Add a fun pop of color and pattern to your ceiling to give your room more depth and make it appear larger and higher.

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Victoria Larson Textiles

When decorating with a bold wallpaper, you can tone down the rest of the space by sticking to one or two key colors. Pick a simple palette and pull the color or colors through the accessories and furniture so your wallpaper takes center stage.

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Lime Lace

A splash of gold or silver can truly make your small bedroom shine. Look for a wallpaper with flecks of gold or go all in on the metallic look with a bold, graphic pattern that also acts as artwork.

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Staying in Studio

Wainscoting or paneling is a great way to add texture to your space, but you can expand that look by wallpapering the top half of the wall. A lovely floral wallpaper that pulls in colors from the headboard or other accessories in your room is a great way to unify the whole space.

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S.E.W. At Home

A vintage-inspired wallpaper can give a modern space a more traditional feel. Look for patterns with intricate details and muted colors.

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Our Inglefield

Wood paneling is back in style because it can add visual interest to a space without cluttering it up. But if hanging paneling isn't on your DIY list, consider a wallpaper with vertical lines to create the same effect.

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Reena Sotropa

If you have a small room, opting for a wallpaper with a large print can actually help your room appear larger and more open. However, avoid hanging artwork over the wallpaper which can make a small space look cluttered.

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Design: Blessed Little BungalowPhotography: Brandon Grate

There's a myth that wallpaper is a little "vintage", but the truth is it can feel incredibly modern and hip. But if you want to find that happy medium, consider a pattern with retro-inspired colors paired with Art Deco accessories.

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Ashley Webb

Can't go on vacation all the time? Make your bedroom feel like a five-star hotel with a modern, subtle wallpaper that elevates the whole space.

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Britt Design Studio

If you're concerned about wallpaper feeling overwhelming in your space, stick to neutral colors and let the pattern be the focus instead.

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Britt Design Studio

You don't need to stick to a monochromatic color scheme, but it's a good idea to pick a dominating color to set your palette for the rest of the room.

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Brexton Cole Interiors

A calming gray is a good choice for a bedroom because it creates a soothing, tranquil vibe in the space. If you want to keep it modern, add a few pops of bold color alongside it.

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Calimia Home

We love unexpected neutrals. These are colors that can feel like a neutral but still offer a touch of color in the space. Consider a soft green wallpaper to give off a simple, neutral vibe without feeling devoid of color.

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Reena Sotropa

Give your child's bedroom a makeover with wallpaper that feels a little sophisticated but also playful and fun at the same time.

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Charlie Interior Design

Though wallpaper can be classic and traditional, it can also be fun and surprising. This whimsical popcorn themed wallpaper is perfect for updating a kid's room, but we also love it in a small den or movie room.

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Charlie Interior Design

A large, empty wall can be difficult to decorate so wallpaper can be a great option. Pick a wallpaper with a bold pattern, but consider keeping the color subtle so it doesn't completely overwhelm the rest of the room.

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Katie Martinez

Wallpaper instantly adds visual interest to your space, but when you find a design that features fun, unexpected details, it becomes even more eye-catching. Look for a wallpaper with small details that keeps the eye engaged and keep the rest of the space paired down.

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Nude and the Novice

Art Deco bedrooms are definitely having a moment right now, This pink cloud and bird wallpaper is perfect for giving your bedroom a Deco feel and paired wonderfully with the cane headboard.

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Nude and the Novice

A mural is a great way to fill a large empty wall, but if you're not artistically inclined, consider a wallpaper option that does it for you. This pink tree accent wall looks hand painted, but even a beginner DIYer can recreate this look.

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Nude and the Novice

Black and white is a classic theme for the bedroom, but consider giving it a modern twist with a graphic, eye-catching black and white wallpaper. Pair it with bold, primary colors as seen here or keep it traditional with white furniture and accents.

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Morse Design

Wallpaper doesn't have to be bold and fierce. For a minimalist look that still gives maximum impact, go for a wallpaper with thin lines and light colors to add just a little texture.

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Chelius House of Design

If your style is classic and traditional, look for a subtle wallpaper with muted colors and a simple pattern that plays well with the rest of your furniture and color palette. A soft color will also feel timeless for years to come.

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Dan Rak

While wallpaper can add visual interest, it can also add texture to a space that you can touch. Look for a textured wallpaper made from a material such as grasscloth to give your space a warm, cozy feel.

This wallpaper look is also a great way to create a room that can feel both feminine and masculine at the same time.

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Dan Rak

Whether you have a green thumb or not, a subtle floral wallpaper can be a great way to bring the outdoors inside. Look for subtle colors to create a rustic, calming vibe.

A vertical-based pattern will instantly draw the eye up to the ceiling and can create the illusion of taller rooms.

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Dan Rak

An eye-catching pattern is a great way to pack a big punch in a small space. A repeating graphic design will draw the eye in and add an instant depth to your room. Try to avoid too many small prints throughout the room, and be sure to mix up the scale of each pattern.

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Dan Rak

If you have a uniquely shaped wall or an alcove, consider delineating the space by hanging wallpaper. This is a great way to add an accent in the room without worrying about large pieces of art.

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Cathie Hong

From watercolors to line-drawn artwork, wallpaper can feel incredibly personal and artistic. Consider options with intricate details that make your room feel like a work of art.

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D Burns Interiors

You can get that boho look that is super trendy while still playing with patterns and colors. This medallion patterned wallpaper gives this room a playful, boho vibe that pairs well with the rattan bed.

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Erin Williamson Design

While it is often cheaper and easier to focus on a wallpapered accent wall, don't be afraid to go all in and wallpaper the entire room. Pick either a subtle, neutral pattern or a bolder color with a repeating pattern for symmetry and cohesiveness.

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JLA Designs

A pattern with a sharp, defined line will draw the eye in and instantly pop, but a pattern with softer shapes and blurred lines is a great way to add color without an overpowering feel in the space.

Be mindful before you hang artwork over even subtle wallpaper, so it doesn't clash. We love sticking to black and white images or picking a theme color throughout the artwork.

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Studio KT

Beige is one of those colors that gets a bad rep, but when used correctly it can totally transform a room. Pick a cooler beige that feels light and airy with a subtle pattern to keep your room modern and airy.

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Studio Peake

Blue is such a soothing and inviting color in the bedroom. We love this monochromatic bedroom with blue accents and a subtle blue and white patterned wallpaper. Blue is a great color for a small space because it packs a punch. It also comes in so many shades that it can also feel subtle and calming.

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Reena Sotropa

Embrace a contemporary art house feel in your bedroom with a bold pattern wallpaper that feels like a work of art. Keep the rest of the room fairly neutral, so the bold wallpaper becomes the focal point.

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Cathie Hong

Decorating behind your bed can be a difficult task, but hanging wallpaper on the entire wall is a great way to fill the space, Be careful about hanging a contrasting piece of art, but a mirror or handwoven textile can be a great pairing with a patterned wallpaper.

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Reena Sotropa

Decorating with color isn't something that should be shied away from. This bright, whimsical wallpaper is artsy and filled with color. It's the perfect way to transform a neutral bedroom that needs a big dose of personality.

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Reena Sotropa

Wallpaper doesn't have to be bold or eye-catching. It can still pack a punch when it's subtle and a little unexpected. Look for very slight patterns that almost disappear from far away but add a surprising texture when you're up close.

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Reena Sotropa

There's something incredibly soothing and calming about a watercolor, so we love the idea of using it in a wallpaper. This gray and white wallpaper feels incredibly soft and tranquil, and it is a perfect choice for creating that spa-like bedroom feel.

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Reena Sotropa

Some of the best home décor inspiration comes directly from the great outdoors. Consider wallpaper patterns with nature-inspired designs such as leaves or florals. You can mix things up by picking natural patterns in surprising colors such as yellow or blue.

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Reena Sotropa

A floral wallpaper can be a great homage to a vintage, classic feel but it doesn't have to look outdated or stuffy. Pick a traditional-inspired pattern with muted, modern colors such as orange or green to keep things fresh and updated.

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Whittney Parkinson

If you've shied away from color in the past, it's time to get more comfortable with it. But that doesn't mean you have to go from zero to 100 overnight. This fun purple wallpaper features a gradient that adds just enough color to the room.

Wallpaper for the bedroom (65 photos), wallpaper combination in the bedroom - Design ideas

Wallpaper is an economical and convenient option for decorating the walls in the bedroom. A wide variety of patterns and textures allows you to use them in any interior style, create interesting combinations and unusual visual effects. How to choose the right wallpaper for the bedroom will be discussed in this article.

Types of wallpaper for the bedroom, their advantages and disadvantages

Paper wallpaper

Wall-paper from usual glossy or opaque paper is subdivided into single-layer - simplex, and also two-layer - duplex. The former are cheaper, the latter are more durable and tear less from mechanical stress.

The main drawback of paper wallpapers is their fragility. They quickly lose their aesthetic appearance under the influence of moisture, dust, fade in the sun. However, given the low cost of such a finish, it is possible to completely update the interior every 2-3 years.

This is an easy and inexpensive option for redecorating temporary housing, dormitories, rented apartments, as well as for small children who sometimes love to draw on the walls. Photowall-paper also belongs to this type.

Vinyl wallpaper

PVC wallpaper consists of a paper or textile base and a plastic-containing face layer, which can be smooth, embossed (silkscreen), foamed, glossy, matte or a combination.

The disadvantage of using polyvinyl is that this material consists of synthetic resins and does not allow the walls to breathe (does not let water vapor and air through). The first time after gluing - such wallpapers can exude the smell of plastic. In the bedroom, this is a significant problem, because the sleeping area must be well ventilated.

The positive aspects of PVC wallpapers are their high aesthetics, strength, long service life (10-15 years), the possibility of repainting, wet cleaning from dust and good soundproofing properties.

Non-woven wallpaper

This is a flexible two-ply web of interwoven cellulose fibers. Due to the microporous texture, these wallpapers are environmentally friendly and adhere well to any surface. The repair process is facilitated by the fact that the adhesive is applied directly to the wall. Textured non-woven wallpaper without vinyl coating suitable for painting.

Textile wallpaper

Fabric upholstery is an interesting solution for the bedroom, but keep in mind that every month or two the walls will have to be vacuumed. Dust accumulates especially quickly on fleecy synthetics (velvet, felt, velor). Modern textile wallpapers, as a rule, have a dense base, which makes sticking easier, but working with them is still quite difficult. Excessive amount of glue, soaking into the fabric, can permanently leave ugly stains on it. The advantage of this finishing option can be considered a luxurious appearance and good sound insulation (in the case of using wallpaper on a foam lining).

Glass fiber

Translucent, very thin but tough fiberglass wallpaper is easy to attach to walls and can last up to 30 years. You can color them up to 10 times, which allows you to quickly update a boring design. A huge advantage of this finish is the environmental friendliness of fiberglass, because only natural raw materials are used for its production - quartz sand, clay, soda and silicates.

Bedroom wallpaper according to style

To create a harmonious interior, the design of the walls must correspond to the chosen direction in design. It is best to choose wallpapers that match in texture and color with furniture, textiles, windows, doors.

Modern style

For a bedroom in Art Nouveau style, smooth plain wallpaper is suitable. Light and glossy will make the room visually more spacious, and matte will give comfort. The modern style also allows neat monochrome drawings, graphics, abstractions - but not with a continuous coating, but only in the form of an accent.

Classic style

This style combines the monumentality of ancient times with the refined luxury of the Renaissance. A real royal bedroom can be framed with wallpaper in warm shades of white (creamy, cream, ivory, light beige) with golden or silver floral ornaments, plaster molding relief or soft leather.


The romantic atmosphere of the south of France is pastel colors (light gray, pink, mint, lilac, milky) and small floral prints against their background. So that the room does not seem monotonous, sections of wallpaper with drawings must be alternated with monochrome ones, and balance must be maintained when choosing textiles.

Scandinavian style

To recreate the icy freshness of northern Europe will help natural winter tones - snow-white, shimmering silver, transparent blue, light gray, light green. To make the bedroom more comfortable, you can use wallpaper, the texture of which resembles sun-bleached linen or light, untreated cold-colored boards.

Japanese style

The interior of the bedroom, reminiscent of the land of the rising sun, can be decorated using bamboo wallpapers, wallpapers with hieroglyphs, cherry blossoms, bamboo leaves, fans, as well as photo wallpapers. The palette of shades for the Japanese style is quite wide - from black and white, gray, woody, straw tones to golden, hot pink and red.

Art Deco

Wallpaper with abstract and vegetal patterns in rather saturated, but at the same time calm colors is perfect for this style. Often used gray with an admixture of other shades, black, white, burgundy, beige and blue. To visually increase the space in Art Deco, you can use holographic pictures and optical illusions.

Wallpaper color for the bedroom - which one to choose?

When choosing wallpaper for a bedroom, it is very important to take into account the influence of certain colors on the human psyche. Active colors like orange and red are best reserved for the kitchen or dining room. Yellow, light green, peach - can make the north side warmer. And in order to “cool” the southern bedroom a little, it is worth decorating the walls in green and blue shades. Monochromes (white, gray, beige) can be used without restrictions, but black, dark purple and chocolate should be handled with care - they absorb light, reduce space and can sometimes turn a room into a kind of dungeon.

White wallpaper

White wallpaper in the bedroom is a proven classic. On a light background, any furniture, bright or pastel patterns will always look appropriate, it will emphasize the beauty of paintings, photographs and other decor.

Pastel wallpapers

In a soft palette of pinks, blues, greens, yellows, beiges and lavenders, this wallpaper is the perfect solution for a romantic bedroom. This design will appeal to all admirers of light, airy interiors.

Gray wallpaper

Neutral gray wallpaper is the best solution for a high-tech, modern, minimalist, loft style bedroom. In combination with black or dark blue furniture and strict lines, you get a functional masculine interior; white gloss and silver curls - an option for an elegant lady; bright yellow, pink, green accents on a gray background - for a married couple.

Blue wallpaper

Shades of the sky and water have a calming effect on a person, so they are perfect for the bedroom. Blue wallpapers can be combined with white, gray, beige, purple, dark brown, and also complemented with photo wallpapers.

Bedroom wallpaper combination

Combination of patterned and plain wallpaper, close in color, will diversify your interior and achieve certain visual effects. Properly selected wall decoration will make the bedroom interesting and cozy. There are several ways to combine - vertical, horizontal, geometric, as well as inserts and niches.


This can be an alternation of stripes from floor to ceiling - light and dark, matte and glossy, printed and one-color. Sometimes there is a different design of individual walls or partial partitions. Vertical accents visually make the room appear taller.


With this combination of wallpaper, you can create beautiful borders, as well as visually expand the walls. Contrasting and horizontal lines are best used to enlarge narrow areas.


Wallpapering in a bedroom at broken angles is an unusual way to create an exclusive interior. You can also use the appliqué technique by attaching your favorite paper fragments to the main finish.


An insert is a contrasting fragment of any shape, usually separated by an impromptu frame - plaster, polyurethane, metal, wood or simply painted.


The difference between a wall and a recess in it is easy to emphasize if their colors and textures differ from each other. In a niche, you can glue photo wallpapers, imitation brickwork, a patterned glossy or plain matte insert.

Wallpaper for a small bedroom / bedroom in Khrushchev

A problem typical of most Soviet apartments is their small size. However, the small size of the bedroom is more of a plus than a minus: it saves finishing materials, simplifies repairs, and the atmosphere is more romantic. The main rule is not to overload the interior with large elements and rich colors.

Wallpaper for a bedroom in Khrushchev is better to choose light, pastel, with a small, soft pattern and reflective details. A completely glossy canvas will reveal all the irregularities of the walls, but the combination of a matte background and mirror patterns, on the contrary, will hide them.

Bedroom wallpaper - photo

Our photo gallery contains illustrative examples of how different types of wallpaper can look in a bedroom interior. Here are monophonic options, striped, with a geometric pattern, floral ornaments, photo wallpapers and all kinds of other combinations. Get inspired!

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Inspiration for home comfort: neoclassical (modern classic) bedroom with beige walls, medium parquet floors, brown flooring and wallpaper on the walls

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Home-inspired medium-sized contemporary master bedroom with gray walls, medium hardwood floors, wall paper and brown flooring

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An example of original design: a large master bedroom in the neoclassical (modern classic) style with yellow walls, medium parquet floors, beige floors and wallpaper on the walls without a fireplace


It was already the 11th according to the hosts' housing, however, the first one where they decided to invite designers to create the atmosphere of the house. Everything that they wanted to realize themselves, they already did in previous houses and apartments. An adult, accomplished couple who raised children, knowing each other's habits and tastes to the smallest detail, and at the same time, open to new things, they took a common part in discussing the concept, choosing shades and moods with interest and enthusiasm. We maximized the space with delicate, light shades of cinnamon, ginger and milky flowers, playing with textures, adjacent shades, emphasizing the pattern of wallpaper on the ceiling, designer light, almost luminous tiles of the kitchen backsplash. In the hallway, mirrors were used to the maximum for reflected light, as this is the darkest corner of the apartment.

Renovation of my bedroom 9 m2 worth 184355 rubles.

Daria Utkina

During the period of self-isolation, I got bored and decided to update my bedroom. Beige and calm interiors are already tired, I wanted to play with flowers and more. I did not change the floor covering and the wardrobe, everything else is new. During the repair, I wrote down all the expenses and this is the budget I got: Wallpaper 6444r. Electrical installations 3881r. Plinth, paint for it, mounting glue 6658r. Bed 28350r. Lighting 8880r. Foreman 59500r. along with draft materials Tables 2 pcs. 23398r. Curtains and decorative pillows 25194r. Bed linen, pillows, Ikea decor 7050r. Decor 15000 rub. Total: 184355r.



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