Not sure what to do with your blank walls? Wallpaper is a great place to start. It’s majorly back in style, and a far cry from your mother’s harvest apple border and stripes. Plus, the options available now are nearly limitless. In addition, the color palette set by wallpaper can help you pull other elements of your room together, resulting in a designer-worthy space that will bring joy and inspiration to your home.
Are you are looking for the best places to buy wallpaper, along with art, pillows, bedding and more? Check out Our Favorite Resources for Interior Decorating, where you’ll get details on more than 65 unique sources (with links!) to get that designer look in a range of interior styles.
12 Best Places to Buy Wallpaper
I often get asked about the best places to buy wallpaper and I’ve used a TON of it over the past few years. Today I’m sharing more than a dozen of my favorite sources with you. Below are my favorite spots to shop wallpaper and lots of links for more information. Happy pattern hunting!
My No. 1 piece of advice for wallpaper is to not be afraid of patterns! Do your research and spend time looking at and figuring out what types of patterns you love. The one you choose should ultimately be one that you want to spend a lot of time with. Even small spaces can benefit from a jolt of pattern and color (see these ideas from another favorite source Common Room).
If you’re nervous about committing to a wallpaper, or you are a renter you can try many of the peel-and-stick options available. My favorite source for peel-and-stick wallpaper is Chasing Paper.
If You Love New Traditional Style Try:
Cole & Son – Manufacturers of fine printed wallpapers since 1875. The Cole & Son archive consists of approximately 1,800 block print designs, 350 screen print designs and a huge quantity of original drawings and wallpapers, representing all the styles from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Amongst these are some of the most important historic wallpaper designs in the world. Cole & Son has provided wallpapers for many historic houses including Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament.
Morris & Co. – “Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.” —William Morris
Read all about artist, poet and figure of the Arts and Crafts movement, William Morris and his talented daughter May Morris in this blog post from last year on the launch of their latest collection.