Updated: Nov 11, 2020
Wallpapering has become increasingly common for all homes. But if you're new to the world of wallpaper, you're probably confused: What's the best way to select through the seemingly endless selections to express your choice?
Wallpaper to Match Your Room Style
Firstly, consider the style of the room that you're decorating:
For romantic, try florals with fine lines in light pastel colours it will look great.
For casual, casual options. Pairing beadboard wallpaper with organic, to make your home feel relaxed flowing floral designs also makes for an at-home.
For contemporary/fashion-forward, consider high gloss with bold geometrics and metallic touch. Bold florals and large scale also make a high-fashion statement this year.
For traditional, check strips and damasks, which coordinate perfectly with traditional home-furnishing and home-decors.
Avoid Small Patterns
If you're applying wallpaper for the first time, avoid too many small patterns with offset match. For these, the designs can be difficult to match up repeatedly.
How You Will Select Wallpaper For Your Room
Next, figure out how you will plan to use the wallpaper purchased in the room. All styles do not work in the same way you decide. Here are some options:
Cover all the walls. A simple diamond design hung horizontally on all four walls gives a fresh contemporary look. Large-scale and complex designs will not overwhelm a room but add a twist according to trend.
Feature one wall. Choose a vintage design to highlight an area of a room, such as behind a sofa or bed. Designs with a hint of gloss or mica will give a classy, beautiful touch.
Wallpaper with a chair rail. If you are working with a chair trail that would divide a wall, it is easy to bring different interest to it. For a old and classic look, try beadboard which can be painted, wallpaper for under the chair trail. Above the chair rail, hang a large-scale Another interesting way to work with a chair rail is to anchor the wall with a pattern below it, such as dramatic wallpaper, and paint a colour which is similar above it.
Add interest to the ceiling. Get it done with tin ceilings with paintable squares. Painted in a old/classic metallic colour, you can easily achieve a Victorian-look ceiling.
Matching Wallpaper According To Color Scheme:-
Firstly identify your room or place the colour scheme
Then after identifying match wallpaper by keeping the catalogue on the wall to get a better picture
Final step select the wallpaper