Pattern Chase: New Winning Wallpapers

By Hannah Armenta
Photo credit: Madison and Grow
Look to the Sky

Bird motifs have become increasingly popular when it comes to wallpapers. This one's graphic shapes makes an impace when used in small spaces. Erin ($150 at Madison and Grow)

Photo credit: Camilla Meijer
Steel Magnolias

Bold florals in warm hues make for a feminine, but unexpected space. Magnolia ($15 at Camilla Meijer)

Photo credit: Abigale Edwards
Make Waves

This black line drawing on white ground was inspired by the rolling ocean. Seascape ($95 at Abigail Edwards)

Photo credit: Amiee Wilder
Take Flight

Pigeons may be a nuisance outside, but indoors--in the form of this pretty wallpaper--they are surprisingly welcomed. Pigeon ($165 at Aimee Wilder)

Photo credit: Nicole Hollis
Fresh Florals

We adore the layered effect of this unique wallpaper. Extinction Parlor, Yedda Morrison for Nicole Hollis (Price upon request at Nicole Hollis)

Photo credit: Mini Moderns
Take to the Sea

This pattern is ideal for a bathroom or a little boy's room. The pattern is also available on porcelain tea plates. Whitby ($73 at Mini Moderns)

Photo credit: Flat Vernacular
Put a Bird on It

Peacocks lend an elegant, classic feel to this wallpaper, while their placement keeps the design modern and fresh. Lakshimi Feather Get-Together ($175 at Flat Vernacular)

Photo credit: Stark Carpet
In Bloom

Look for wallpapers with textural detailing to keep the look from becoming flat. Dandy, Jocelyn Warner (Price upon request at Stark Carpet)

Photo credit: Jonathan Adler
New Nauticals

The tone-on-tone palette keeps this Jonathan Adler paper from feeling too over the top. Scales ($250 at Jonathan Adler)

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