should you wallpaper your bathroom?
In a word: Yes!
While there are a few caveats (scroll down for those!), wallpaper in the bathroom is a super simple way to experiment with pattern and color in a small and relatively risk-free space. Reimagine your powder room, primary or guest bathroom with fun graphic prints, floral themes, and more. Opt for peel and stick, and enjoy a little more peace of mind when it comes to swapping out your old design for a new wallcovering when the inspiration next strikes.
Need further convincing?
We round up a few of of our favorite wallpaper-centric bathroom designs below—and samples to inspire you to get papering!
A floral blue wallpaper by Thibaut appears in this Palm Beach, Florida residence's office bathroom, designed by Bardes Interiors.
A guest bathroom in a Sag Harbor, New York home designed by Darlene Fridstein Design features Sanderson's Etchings & Roses wallpaper.
An Austin, Texas high-rise designed by Cravotta Interiors features a moody powder room with wallpaper by Studio E.
A chinoiserie wallcovering by Schumacher is the focal point of this lush bathroom designed by Harte Brownlee & Associates.
Now, about those caveats:
If your bathroom is outfitted with a tub and/or shower, and you're fearful over humidity wreaking havoc on the wallpaper, just make sure your space has plenty of ventilation—a.k.a. a fully functional window. You should be in the clear, but be sure to check with your wallpaper manufacturer for further details before install!
get the look
Inspired? Get sampling! Shop our favorite wallpaper samples to get a magazine-worthy look at home.