Best Wallpaper for Modern Classic Style

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BEST WALLPAPER FOR THE HOME

Wallpaper is making a huge comeback thanks to country cottage and modern classic interiors. Grand-millennial style means a younger generation of decorators are appreciating the classic look of granny-chic interiors — and I here for it!

Best Wallpaper For Modern Classic Spaces

Here are my top picks for those who embrace neutrals but want a pop of classic elegance in their space. I found so many online but a few peel and stick varieties are now in-stock at our local hardware stores.

In our foyer I’m repainting our stair railings and instead of adding more millwork, I am choosing a pretty wallpaper to go partially up the stairs. I’m torn between a few styles, so I’ll update that in a future post!

Almost all the wallpaper below in today’s round up has made it’s way into my shopping cart and I’m having a tough time deciding. Ultimately a lower cost option is what I’ll choose, so stay tuned!

Wallpaper is a great way to:

  • Add color and texture to any space
  • Create a beautiful transition from one space to another
  • Allow adjacent rooms from your main living area to shine
  • Tie together your spaces with pops of color
  • Provide another feature wall option when millwork is overkill.

Wallpapering laundry and mudrooms provide a hint of flair around the corner from the main living areas.

Want to try wallpaper but afraid to commit? Try the peel and stick variety. It’s cheaper and less mess. And you don’t need to do the entire house! Feature walls are here to stay, so why not make it fun with wallpaper.

Want more ideas? Instagram has SO many inspiring wallpaper patterns and textures to choose from.

Have you added wallpaper in a space in your house? I’d love to see! Tag me on Instagram at @SnazzyLittleThings and show me your spaces!

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2 Comments

  1. Can’t wait to see which paper you choose! How easy do you think it will be to remove this paper years down the road? I remember peeling off wallpaper from a previous owner and it left a huge mess that required a lot of patching.

    1. Thanks Jan! The method I use that works well is using Downey fabric softener and a steamer. The peel and stick variety is repositionable so my hope is that will be super easy to remove :) I can’t wait for a change in our hallway, so many pretty papers to choose from.

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