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It’s easy to get lost in the never-ending stream of home improvements: TikToks promising DIYs you can complete in under an hour (good luck), MasterClasses on refinishing furniture (scary and fulfilling), and a new “color of the year” popping up every other week. But if there’s one thing that we always keep our eyes peeled for, it’s new wallpaper. Creative brands and artists from all corners of the design world have made it easier than ever to find a color or motif that will put a big old smile on your face. 

To help you narrow your search, we pulled together eight fresh collections that caught our attention so far this year.

RuPaul x WallPops

Drag Race fans have a new way to go all in on their favorite show. RuPaul teamed up with the peel-and-stick wallpaper brand to create glam patterns for splashing up your space—think: animal-inspired prints and bold houndstooth. 

Liza Pruitt

From playful tennis rackets to colorful trout illustrations, there’s major range in Pruitt’s debut line. There are three different application options: a traditional nonpasted design, a woven peel-and-stick treatment, and a textured peel-and-stick version. 

Calico Wallpaper

In February, Calico added seven new colorways to its Aurora collection: anew, burnish, dive, flush, opal, orchid, and pumice. Each one is inspired by hues found in the sky as the day passes.  

Chasing Paper x Chango & Co.

New York–based design studio Chango & Co. worked with Chasing Paper to release an eight-piece collection that spans peel-and-stick, traditional, Type II vinyl, and Type II faux grasscloth. A handful of the prints feature a similar whimsical stitch design, so even if you want to use multiple iterations in different rooms, they’ll all visually speak to each other.  

Annika Reed Studio

The artist and designer translated the joy of a night out into a six-part collection called Dancing Queen. Each one has a narrative, like Wobble, which showcases a playful scene of stripes meant to give off energy akin to walking into a spontaneous party. 

Alykhan Velji x Rollout

If you’ve dreamed of having a mural on one of your walls but aren’t ready to make the commitment (or you’re renting), we’ve got an idea. Designer Velji teamed up with Rollout to create four designs that only look hand-painted.

Emily Isabella x Hygge & West

Hygge & West teamed up with artist Isabella for a second time to bring two new designs that complement her previous collection (plus a few new colorways for the first set of motifs). The inspiration this time around? Clouds, flora, and fauna inspired by her home in New York’s Hudson Valley.

Liz Morrow x Spoonflower

black and white wallpaper
Quarter Circle Mural Wallpaper, Spoonflower (from $39)

Once upon a time, artist and renovator Morrow created a graphic black and white mural that set Instagram all abuzz. Lucky for her fans, she worked with Spoonflower to turn the design into a peel-and-stick wallpaper.