Bright colors and bold patterns make wallpaper a mainstay of Southern design. See all the ways it can visually update any room.
Bold patterns with large repeats work best in small spaces. Choose one with soft, clean color, like this floral print.
Along with antique furniture, hand-painted wallpaper is a unique Charleston tradition. Pick a classic pattern in a fresh color
for a modern twist.
The gold-and-orange toile wallpaper in this formal dining room jazzes up a traditional foundation.
A tiny space is the perfect spot for wallpaper that stirs drama with bold color or pattern.
The floral-print wallpaper has a fancy hand-painted look but still gives the room an informal feeling.
Patterned wallpaper brings instant style to small spaces. This bath gets its pretty palette from a medallion print.
If you're afraid of overwhelming the room with a rich pattern, start by covering just one wall - it might be all you need to create the glamorous effect you want.
This cheery room was inspired by the graphic floral wallpaper. The pink and green color scheme continue onto the bedding,
fabrics, and desk accessories.
"Nail-headed" grass cloth wallpaper envelops the dining room and gives it a glamorous feel.
Bird-print curtains and damask wallpaper add a pleasing layer of pattern to this inviting spot.
This dramatic silver wallpaper serves as an elegant backdrop for any special gathering.
Like a good monogram, a classic wallpaper motif can last the test of time and highten the elegance of a room.
Dining rooms are prime spots for wallpapering. This flamboyant botanical wallpaper is mirrored in the organic shapes of the chandelier and significantly upgrades the look of the room.
To add instant architectural interest to a boxy room try a toned-down pattern. And you can splurge on something special since you'll only need to cover a small area.
A custom-colored de Gournay wallpaper provided the palette for this room, which features blue linen curtains and a green shagreen
Melon-colored curtains paired with blue floral wallpaper create a daring yet livable color palette.
Coordinating wallpaper and borders don't have to be old-fashioned. Keep the rest of the decorations simple, like the metal
tub and blue trim, for a more trendy feel.
Ninety yards of Gastón y Daniela's equestrian toile was paper-backed to hang as a wallcovering in this guest room.