After this 7-minute read, you will have understood why removable wallpapers are a must in any living room.
Wallpapers have never really gone out of style. And during the past couple of years, they are getting trendier and trendier, with everyone loving them and trying to incorporate them into new projects. One of the best places where you can apply an accent removable wallpaper is your living room, so make sure to take some notes as we show you some of our absolute favorites!
A geometric wallpaper like no other, this blue and beige wallpaper might be what your mid-century living room decor needs to get a refresh without having to change everything. Keep all your mid-century furniture and make it pop with a vintage wallpaper.
For a darker themed living room you can go with an exotic pattern, but change the color palette a little bit. The pictured above is a stunning retro inspired wallpaper that will bring your vintage home decor to the next level.
In the photo: Gable chair by Essential Home
Graham & Brown have stunning wallpapers, that’s no secret. And if you’d like to keep it simple, this black and gray removable wallpaper is just what you were looking for. It would look great in a mid-century modern home decor, or paired with a contemporary furniture setting.
If you love geometric wallpapers but are afraid of getting tired in a few months, you might want to hold on to this stunning beige and rose gold wallpaper by Devine Color.
Alongside flamingos, palm leaves were everywhere during 2017, and this trend will most likely go on in 2018, with a few upgrades, of course. This pattern is all that, and we are already choosing in which office wall we are going to put ours.
In the photo: Hank pendant lamp by DelightFULL | Russel armchair by Essential Home | Lautner center table by Essential Home
On a more Scandinavian note, this rose quartz and white wallpaper is what our dreams are made of. It creates a simple accent note in the room while making its presence known is a soothing and relaxing way.
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