Dig This Trend: Not Your Mom’s Wallpaper
Madison Slinker | Zillow | March 10, 2013 | link
You and your mom may agree to disagree when it comes to interior decorating, but wallpaper is here to stay. With bold colors, geometric prints and graphic designs, these wallpapered spaces from Zillow Digs are a far cry from the floral walls of the ’80s.
Mosaic printed paper and porcelain floor tiles encase a luxurious walk-in dressing room by Vanessa Deleon.
With white neighboring walls, this peacock print wall was designed by Lora Coburn to serve a heaping portion of eye candy. Complementary accent pillows and feather accessories heighten the overall drama.
Classic is always ‘in’
Zillow Digs Designer of the Month David Scott updates a traditional wallpapered bedroom for the modern kid’s room, drawing inspiration from geometric forms.
In a space-conscious dining room, designer Evelyn Benatar matches wall and upholstery prints, playing with traditional decorating dos and don’ts.
Large seashell wallpaper provides a welcoming touch of whimsy for weather-worn visitors in a mudroom by designer SiemaskoVerbridge
Kendall Wilkinson‘s vision for a contemporary master bedroom places high importance on a wallpapered statement wall. A floral motif creates an air of femininity, with etched mirrors as a finishing touch.