Offering more drama than paint, wallpapering your walls is a fun and cost effective way to transform a room.
Wallpaper can reflect your personality and even double up as contemporary art for your walls.
When decorating walls there are loads of colours, patterns, designs and textures to choose from, I have put together seven options to appeal to all tastes.
Choosing an unusual wallpaper design such as the one's above will definitely be a talking point when you have guests round.
Striking combinations of colours, features and patterns bring these extinct animals vividly back to life on our walls.
When going for smaller intricate wallpaper designs, the bigger the walls the better the pattern will look, use it sparingly and purposefully, in one or two rooms or perhaps a single accent wall.
Wall murals in wallpaper have become very popular in design over the last few years and are often used in kids rooms.
This grown up version of a Bengal Tiger in a lifelike jungle scenery, printed on a textile with a natural look and a soft, golden background that is really a piece of art for your entire wall.
You don't have to have a pattern wallpaper to make an impact.
Opting for a thick textured rib velvet wallpaper will add warmth to your interior.
They are a great option for a home cinema or glamorous dining area if you want a softer option.
The cool metal accents combine perfectly with the soft, velvet fabrics to complete the look.
If you want to pack a punch with a bright textured colour, the collection above, called Origami is the perfect option.
The imitation of folded paper reflects the ripple of moving water.
The repetitive pleat pattern brings peace and regularity.
The top layer is a silk gloss ink which results in and elegant look.
A metallic wall covering that has an industrial and luxurious look.
I love wallpaper that has a sheen to it as it reflects the light which can make your space feel bigger and I love the subtle geometric design.
Simple floral designs are great for making a room feel fresh.
This leaf print breathes life into and otherwise dull space.
The fan shape of the pandan leaves provides a collage look.
The pronounced pattern of the design gives extra depth and contrast.
If you are embarking on a project and weighing up what type of wallpaper to choose, please see my consultation page here.
Upon receiving information about your project I will be able to suggest a few products and arrange for samples to be sent to you - worldwide.
Choosing a large bold pattern such as this buoyant botanical design of tropical leaves, will give the wall unprecedented character and an especially natural aspect.
Room wallpaper can be a huge job to remove, so If you aren't sure about a patten or design of wallpaper, buy a roll and pin it to your wall.
Live with it for a bit and look at it at different times in the day, to see how the light affects it to ensure you love it.
When you do come to buy check that your 'sample roll' matches the batch number to the rest of your order to avoid subtle differences.
Let me know in the comments below which one of these wallpapers are your favourite?