The larger-than-life, exuberantly patterned wallpaper by the Paris studio Minakani Walls makes me want to decorate my house like a mod Liberace. Frédéric Bonnin and Cécile Figuette launched their illustration studio in 2005 and a wallpaper design studio in 2009. Now, the company offers ten patterns on non-woven paper (i.e. it won't stretch) that can be sized to fit individual rooms.
Each pattern will only be manufactured 100 times and costs 65 euros per square meter (or, roughly $8 per square foot). Minakani tells us that it's "extremely easy to lay, resistant to UV and to humidity.