Forget superheroes, hot air balloons and other juvenile patterns. For kids’ spaces, designer Aubrey Smith suggests more grown-up wallpapers that are dazzling and unique, and that also remain appropriate as children age.
I love a mural paper because it tells a story as soon as you step into the room. It takes your eye on a journey, and brings so much interest to the space. Shaded Landscape Mural by A New Wall.
You can ever go wrong with floral papers; They are timeless and classy, and they add life to a room. They can also be gender neutral. Hollyhocks from House of Hackney.
I like using geometric patterns in a modern or more contemporary home, making the children’s space flow with the rest of the décor. These edgy patterns give a room some pow. Onyx Rock from Drop It Modern.
I’m currently loving textured papers. There are so many beautiful types of grasscloth; they add that extra layer of detail and dimension to a room. Textured Check from Schumacher.