8 new statement wallpaper styles to give your home a seasonal upgrade
Because wallpaper has seasons too!
It's not just your wardrobe that deserves a refresh as the cooler weather sweeps in. Autumn is the perfect time to rethink your decor, and wallpaper is one of the easiest ways to make a major impact with minimal investment. And just like fashion, wallpaper has seasons. Ready to see what's new for fall walls? We broke it down for you.
While you can still get your hands on velvet and suede wallpapers, what's trending now are more organic and natural-looking fibres, like seagrass or bark.
This abstract textured wallpaper with a pale green and gold pattern has a real natural feel to it. Bonus: It's removable, so you can switch it up again next fall!
This new-for-fall paper emulates the look of bark in an assortment of colours, weaving greens, greys, blues and even a pink and a yellow together.
New faux finishes
Forget fussy DIYs, get the look of luxe stone with wallpaper. It's an aesthetic that's sophisticated but not too serious.
New from designer line Tulipa Stellata, this flecked wallpaper looks just like terrazzo stone. Go bold with blue or stick to a more subtle palette with grey or beige.
Tulipa Stellata Pavonazzo Lapis Wallpaper PDG1031/08, visit designersguild.com for locations across Canada
For something a bit more whimsical, Chasing Paper's Misty Marble combines the trendy look of watercolour with a blue marble pattern.
Chasing Paper Misty Marble wallpaper, $40.00, chasingpaper.com
Whether intricate and colourful or simple and black-and-white, choosing graphic shapes is the way to go this fall.
This new embossed design combines geometric shapes with soft washes of colour for a striking effect.
The hand-drawn look of this geometric paper gives it a more casual feel.
Put a bird on it—or just some feathers. Pretty without being too delicate, fun and a touch bohemian, feather-print wallpaper adds personality to any room.
Another new design for fall from Tulipa Stellata, this wallpaper, called Quill, features a range of flecked, striped and dotted plumes in blues, neutrals and gold.
For something a little softer and subtler, the fluffy feathers on this Graham & Brown paper would look lovely in a bedroom.