20 Dramatic Wallpapers & Murals To Fall For This Autumn
While we’re sad to see summer end, we can’t help but look forward to fall decorating. Lush pillows, deep colors, cozy rugs… autumn means layering with abandon. So why not give walls a seasonal update, too? Cloaking a room in dark grasscloth is an easy way to add richness, while shadowy murals offer instant romance. Here are 20 moody wall coverings to covet this season.
Jocelyn Warner’s Flora wallpaper in Slate adds a hit of sultry style to this powder room designed by Connie Braemer.
Designer Brian Gluckstein chose a dark peacock grasscloth from Metro Wallcoverings to envelop this Toronto family room.
Designer Sloan Mauran opted for a deep grey colorway of Philip Jeffries’ popular Manila Hemp wallpaper to bring intimacy to her dining room.
Cole & Son’s handsome Crackle wallpaper will add depth and subtle texture to any space, but we particularly love it in a powder room.
Piero Fornasetti’s leafy Frutto Proibito pattern adds autumnal warmth to this Montreal triplex’s charming vestibule.
Calgary-based designer Nam Dang-Mitchell applied a panel of Cole & Son’s graphic Circus pattern to bring drama to this home office.
A panel of de Gournay’s exquisite Plum Blossom makes a stunning statement in this principal bathroom by Betty Theodoropoulos.
Tres Tintas’s digitally-printed Florella mural, with its delicate, cascading blooms, is made for mounting over a bed.
Leafy wallpaper panels from Gracie create a lush, romantic environment in designer Betty Theodoropoulos’ own principal bedroom.
Designer Colette van den Thillart’s guest bath is as dramatic as every other room in her London flat thanks to a textured black paper by Phillip Jeffries.
Thibaut’s wood-print Rodanthe wallpaper is a quieter design, but adds plenty of rustic beauty to this principal bedroom by Sabrina Albanese.
Deciduous Forest by Anthropologie has a soft, painterly beauty.
Designer Shirley Meisels selected a smokey ombré wallpaper from Designers Guild to up the style quotient in this Toronto dining room.
A greenish-grey grasscloth from Primavera Interior Furnishings wraps this principal bedroom by designer Mazen El-Abdallah in rich color and texture.
Based on a 19th-century still life by Otto Franz Scholderer, this moody mural from Surface View is equal parts pretty and impactful.
Ellie Cashman Design’s stunning Dark Floral II mural nods to still lifes from the Dutch Golden Age.
“Wallpaper is a great way to show your personality,” says designer Jennifer Worts, who chose a glossy, feather-print wallpaper by Zinc Textile to accent this small bathroom.
In designer Allison Willson’s cottage bedroom, Schumacher’s Chenonceau wallpaper — a refreshingly bold botanical — steals the spotlight.
“Cole & Son’s Nuvolette pattern adds such a sophisticated whimsy to this bedroom — perfect for the young lady who sleeps here,” says designer Nam Dang-Mitchell.
Calico Wallpaper’s cloud-like Cirrus pattern will bring an air of mystery to a bedroom or den.