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Beautiful Wallpaper Styles To Transform Your Home


Everyone wants a beautiful home. Aside from being comfortable and relaxing, we want our home to showcase our personalities and be invited to our guests. While wallpapers of the past may have been too bold, or a little too daring, wallpaper is a great and beautiful way to transform any home. 

 

Wallpapers are slowly becoming trendy again, with more house flippers, and home renovations using them to showcase how versatile they can be. If you are looking for a quick change and an easy way to transform your home, wallpaper is a great addition to any home. 

 

If you are looking for some wallpaper inspiration these beautiful styles will look great in any home! 

Farmhouse Wallpapers

Farmhouse Wallpaper is a great way to transform any kitchen from cookie-cutter to cozy! With endless wallpaper designs, the hardest part will be picking the right one for your home.

 

Kitchens are an ideal sport for this type of wallpaper as they require more cohesive elements, and most kitchens don't have many full walls. Little pops of this style of wallpaper will add a focal point, and are easy to apply and cut out for your kitchen area. 

 

For a more timeless appeal, look for wallpapers with more neutral colors that will better compliment the cabinets, floors, and counters of your kitchen. Paired with beautiful stone countertops, this rustic style of wallpaper will look great in any home. 

Navy Blue Wallpaper

House flippers who use hard money loans love navy blue wallpaper to transform their homes. Breaking away from neutral whites and grays, Navy blue makes a statement that everyone loves. 

 

With it’s cool tones, it can be paired with trim, other colors, and makes a perfect addition to a statement wall. Navy blue wallpaper can also be used to add a nautical feel to any home. Navy blue also can add a sense of calm and focus to busy spaces and can be a great focal point, or paired element in any room! 

 

One of our favorite ways to use navy wallpaper is to pair it with a half wall panel of white wood. Not only will this add more texture and brighten your space, but is a great way to try make your home feel larger! Paired with white wood, navy blue wallpaper can be the perfect addition in your home in almost every room!

 

Modern Wallpapers

If you have a classic home, or a home filled with neutral tones, modern wallpapers can make any space more beautiful. There are many ways you can use this type of wallpaper in your home. 

 

Using modern wallpapers as a statement wall is what this hard money lender suggests. Not only can this transform how your space will look, it can add a cohesive and unifying element to a room. Laundry rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, and livings are all great areas to use modern wallpapers. 

 

When picking a modern wallpaper it is important to use what is in your existing space into consideration. Your floor color, furniture, and light sources will all make a difference in what wallpaper best suits your space. Muted modern prints are a great option to play with different patterns that aren’t too overbearing. 

 

You can use modern wallpapers to add texture, pattern, and color to an otherwise neutral space! The only limit to these wallpaper styles is your imagination. 

Summary: 

Wallpaper is a cheap, and exciting way to transform your home in a matter of minutes. With all sorts of different styles, and layouts how you use wallpaper depends on your personality. 

 

Use one of these beautiful wallpapers for your home!

 

● Farmhouse Wallpapers
● Navy Blue Wallpaper
● Modern Wallpapers

 

Have You Used Wallpaper In Your Home? 

 

 

 

About the Author: Catherine Way is a content marketer for business, mortgage, and real estate industries. She enjoys finding new creative outlets through writing, designing, dancing, modeling and more. She currently writes and reports for Prime Plus Mortgages: Private Money Lenders

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