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Navigating the vast world of wallpaper can be a tough go. Do you go for something geometric? Floral? Bright? Muted? And even after you’ve decided on a print you know you’ll be happy with for the foreseeable future well, where do you put it? With all the options available, a little direction goes a long way. And that’s where we come in. To make life a little easier on you, we scoured the web for the best and latest wallpapers that will deserve a spot in your home. Renters, we even have you covered with removable/temporary picks. Ahead, the prints and patterns that reign supreme.

Pineapple Express Wallpaper, Wallshoppe, $136

Featuring a smooth, matte finish, this pattern is a standout favorite and about as vibrantly cheerful as wallpaper can get. This print was earmarked for the whitewashed bath—utilize it to balance out a two-tone scheme and impart your space with an exotically tropical feel.

New York Women – Downtown, Flat Vernacular, $250

The quintessence of the modern city gal, this one is as playful as it is charming. Take a page out of The Wing’s book and use it to deck the walls of a vanity area or the bedroom.

Fiddle Fig Wallpaper, Wallshoppe, $136

Can’t keep that fiddle leaf fig tree alive for the life of you? This wallpaper might just be the next best thing. Take your decor game to the next level by pairing this print with an eclectic slew of actual potted greens.

Marigold Lotus, Wallshoppe x Clare V., $136

Be still our hearts! Available in a multitude of vibrant colorways, Clare V.’s Lotus print is about as swoon-worthy as it gets. Good luck finding a spot in your home to not display this one in.

Summer Tree, Sanderson

Calling all floral aficionados, this one’s for you. Bright, colorful, yet delicately subdued, this lilac-hued print boasts a series of lush plants from chrysanthemums to peonies. While in a larger format the pattern may deem to be relatively intricate, it’s ideal for spaces that come furnished with a more

minimalist decor

scheme. Think a starkly decorated dining room or powder room.

Non-Woven Yellow Wallpaper, Svenskt Tenn, $100

Who said wallpaper had to feature an intricately patterned detail? Take the inverse approach by opting for a solid finish, which will instill your walls with an ever-so-subtle hint of texture. Pair the look with overflowing textiles nearby—a patterned variety highly encouraged.

Bahamas, Bien Fait, $854.47

An undeniable splurge, this print invites all sorts of whimsy and inspiration. Comprised of an extensive scope of vibrant hues, the pattern depicts a panoramic view of 18th-century illustrations, which will fit right in with even the more of modern spaces.

Solstice, Pierre Frey

This contemporary print— the product of a creative collaboration between the coveted wallpaper brand and Paris’s National School of Decorative Arts—features a slew of hand-drawn silhouettes paired with geometric shapes and vibrant color blocks. Surprisingly versatile, this mod pattern will complement just about any decorative aesthetic.

Jungle Wallpaper Mural, Lulu & Georgia, $175

When it comes to nurseries, we’re always in favor of extravagant wallpaper designs that will fuel the little ones’ imaginations. This whimsically-charged and tropically-themed pattern definitely fits the bill.

Levante in Empress Green, Flat Vernacular, $175

Printed to reflect a slew of shades that encapsulate dark greens and pops of black ink, this daring pattern is not for the faint of heart. Perfect for an accent wall or even a well-lit powder room, this one was made for the space that can handle a dynamic burst of style.

Stripes Wallpaper, Wallshoppe, $136

The product of a collaboration with

clare vivier

this inspired print features the designer’s own hand-drawn stripes, available in a slew of eclectic color pairings. This particular finish is ideal for the little one’s room!

Above The Palms Wallpaper, Anthropologie, $118

Consider this the minimalist’s version of the classic palm print. Its easy-to-install application is only one of the reasons why we’re in favor of this pattern—its untraditional take on the standard motif is definitely another.

Magic Hand, Chasing Paper, $40

Removable wallpaper is a saving grace for the commitment-phobe. Though we’ll be honest, we wouldn’t even think of not sticking with this whimsically charming print. Designed by Bikini sous la Pluie, with this one, it’s all about the details.

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