Collection by Olivia Martin

To the Walls

Wallpaper is an easy way to add sophisticated visual interest to rooms when objets d’art and pricey pieces aren’t an option. From the classic Graham & Brown to quirky Wall & Decò, Dwell shares five patterns we are obsessing over. Plus, don’t miss some of our past picks for more modern wallpaper.

Leisure is great

This wallpaper from Wall & Decò carries a slightly secret message in this pattern by designer Antonella Guidi: viewed from far away, the geometric shapes repeatedly spell out “leisure is great.” Price upon request.
Leisure is great This wallpaper from Wall & Decò carries a slightly secret message in this pattern by designer Antonella Guidi: viewed from far away, the geometric shapes repeatedly spell out “leisure is great.” Price upon request.
Ornitologia 

A funky collection of bird portraits composes this mural wallpaper design by Paula Bonet from the Wallery, from $140.
Ornitologia A funky collection of bird portraits composes this mural wallpaper design by Paula Bonet from the Wallery, from $140.
Imperial Wallpaper 

From designer staple Graham & Brown, the muted gray and mustard stripes pair nicely with the warm tones in mid-century furniture, $75 per roll.
Imperial Wallpaper From designer staple Graham & Brown, the muted gray and mustard stripes pair nicely with the warm tones in mid-century furniture, $75 per roll.
Palette Another pick from Italian contemporary wallpaper company Wall & Decò: this whimsical color palette pattern was created by interior designer Paolo Badesco, price upon request.
Palette Another pick from Italian contemporary wallpaper company Wall & Decò: this whimsical color palette pattern was created by interior designer Paolo Badesco, price upon request.
Ikat Pixel WallpaperNew York based Aimée Wilder riffs on a traditional ikat print by pixelating the image, creating a pointillist effect, $150 per roll.
Ikat Pixel WallpaperNew York based Aimée Wilder riffs on a traditional ikat print by pixelating the image, creating a pointillist effect, $150 per roll.