Wallpaper has actually made a comeback in the design world in recent years. From scratch and sniff wallpaper to using wallpaper for optical illusions, it’s no longer just for classic farmhouses or old Victorian styles. And one of the newer trends is to work with sectional wallpaper to make more of a modern, accented look.
This look focuses on placing small sections of bold wallpaper behind or around more notable elements in the room. That way, the wallpaper doesn’t overpower the space, but you still get the added texture and color. Read on to learn how to work with this trend in more detail.
Accent in the Bathroom
You can see in the photo above how charming sectional wallpaper can be when it’s used in a bathroom space. If you’re going for more natural textures, like in the photo above, neutral-colored wallpaper can be an attractive option.
This idea also shows how well wallpaper can set a theme, as in this nautical style. And by placing the wallpaper on a higher part of the wall, you can set that theme without it overpowering the rest of the bathroom. The photo above shows how different sections of wallpaper placed across the room from each other can help add some cohesion to the space, as well.