20 Kitchens That Wow With Wallpaper
The kitchen isn’t the first space you’d think of wallpapering, but these rooms just might change your mind. See how wallpaper brings personality to these 20 standout kitchens, and get inspired to bring pattern into the heart of your home.
Moody floral wallpaper adds personality to this Scandi-style kitchen, while bringing dimension to the small dining nook.
This minimalist kitchen proves wallpaper doesn’t always need to be bold. In his own home, designer Cameron MacNeil chose a faux grasscloth for its warmth and texture (plus, it’s easy to wipe down!).
If you do want to make a statement, eschew backsplash tiles and opt for dramatic wallpaper that’s wipeable, like this fairytale-inspired mural by Zoffany.
When this 1950s kitchen was renovated, the original patterned wallpaper was kept in tact. With its kaleidoscopic mix of mustard, cream and brown, the wallpaper brings character to the otherwise clean, contemporary space.
In this kitchen dining nook, eccentric black and white wallpaper pulls together the high-contrast look.
Cactus-print wallpaper illustrates the free-spirited essence of this California kitchen.
A muted palette creates a cozy ambiance in this English-style kitchen. Hanging brass pots, stainless steel countertops, and bold wallpaper surround a mix-and-match dining set.
The wallpaper print is Pimpernel by William Norris, established in England in 1876.
These unassuming kitchen shelves blend into the wall when paired with Caitlin Wilson Design’s Indigo Fiore wallpaper, a delicate watercolor floral.
White and grey lattice wallpaper is calming and subtle, and doesn’t overwhelm the walls — even when applied along the entire open-concept kitchen.
The showstopping English wallpaper in H&H editorial director Alice Lawlor’s galley kitchen is botanical without being too flowery, and brings wow-factor to the Caesarstone countertop and backsplash.
A neutral-toned wallpaper in a quiet pattern brings subtle interest to this kitchen breakfast nook.
Black and white floral wallpaper and subway tile make the perfect pairing in this light and bright kitchen.
This blue watercolor wallpaper creates the illusion of a tile backsplash without the price tag. If you are going to go this route, make sure to get wallpaper that’s wipeable to avoid food stains.
If you have space above your kitchen cabinets, consider bringing it to life with wallpaper like Les Ensembliers did in this modern kitchen.
Soft blue walls paired with gold kitchen hardware create a soft, graceful feel in this kitchen.
Farrow & Ball’s Jasmine wallpaper features a subtle, leafy pattern that creates a calming backdrop in this minimalist kitchen.
Schumacher’s Queen Of Spain wallpaper brings interest to this kitchen’s sink area without being too overpowering.
The small-scale design of this soft blue wallpaper reads as texture, bringing warmth and color to this kitchen.
A blue floral wallpapered accent wall is a pretty addition to designer and retailer Michael Penney’s compact kitchen.
A navy palm-print wallpaper creates a holiday-at-home vibe, while bringing contrast to this small space.