Wallpaper has the power to completely transform a space.
It’s one of the most cost-effective ways of reinvigorating a tired room or adding oomph to a property lacking in character.
And, after spending more time than ever at home over the last year or so, you might be after a change of scene (or at least a more interesting background for work calls on Zoom).
With autumn incoming, there’s no better time to embrace your inner maximalist by dialing up the pattern and creating a cosy ambiance inside your home.
Right now? The trend is to go all-out, with bold floor-to-ceiling wallpaper designs and print clashes.
There’s no need to be a wallflower when it comes to wallpapering.
After some inspo? These IG accounts have got you (and your walls) covered.
As her IG handle suggests, Laura’s fully committed to wallpapering every inch of her Oxfordshire home.
Despite her penchant for floral William Morris designs, there’s not a whiff of chintz here.
In fact, the end result is her own self-proclaimed style of “Jamaican nan cottagecore” and we’re here for it.
Need inspo on expertly clashing colours and prints?
Interior designer Emma’s feed is full of eye candy and ideas.
As well as showcasing completed client projects she also shares snippets of her own beautiful North London home – like this vibrant corner in her daughter’s bedroom.
Image by Anna Yanovski
Surprisingly South London based (and not Palm Springs) this location house is full of vintage tropicana touches.
We especially love the 70s style bamboo leaf wallpaper in the office space, showing that floor-to-ceiling pattern can be light, bright and airy.
When your room is small, all the more reason to go big on design.
And who knew utility rooms could look this cool? Click through to this interior stylist’s account and you’ll see even the cupboards are covered.
Yup, US-based Jewel’s jaw-dropping ‘gram will make you want to wallpaper everywhere, immediately.
Into layered eclecticism? Say hello to House of Hackney, the luxury lifestyle brand whose (unofficial) motto is: more is always more.
From painterly florals to animal motifs, be prepared to heart every image on this feed, as they show you how to style up your wallpapered space.
Or for an IRL fix, head to their Shoreditch showroom.