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A dining room is a great place to experiment with wallpaper, especially if you are lucky enough to have a separate room in which to create the perfect ambience for entertaining. A separate dining room can support a bold wallpaper choice, so be brave with your selection of colours and patterns and don?t be afraid to experiment. There are lots of wallpapers to choose from including traditional designs such as damasks and stripes to create an elegant feel through to bright florals or geometric patterns for a more modern touch. If you choose a dark dominant wallpaper design, coordinate it with a contrasting colour on the ceiling and woodwork and team with white crockery and glassware to lift the scheme. The same applies with a bold choice of pattern, as you do not want to overwhelm the room. If in doubt wallpaper one feature wall and keep the rest of the room simple, but tie the scheme together with a similar fabric on window treatments and table linen? take a look at the wallpaper and fabric collections available from companies such as Harlequin, Sanderson and Prestigious who provide a coordinated selection. Open-plan kitchen/dining rooms are a little more difficult to deal with when it comes to choosing wallpaper, as many designs are not suitable for hot and steamy kitchens. Try zoning the room by wallpapering the area you use as the dining space and painting or tiling the kitchen area in a complementary colour. Again tie the scheme together with fabric or kitchen accessories using the same colour in both parts of the room. Wallpaper is a great way to add the wow factor to your dining room, so take a look at our top ten ideas on how you can transform your dining space in an instant. Once you’ve decided on your dining room wallpaper style, make sure you don’t ruin the design with clutter! Check out our dining room storage ideas which will help.


Create the perfect ambiance in your dining room with these wallpapers. Whether your dining room is formal, or fun, wallpaper brings a dynamic look to the room. For a polished backdrop, we have glamorous damask wallpapers, shimmering metallic wallpaper designs, and rich, regal hues like red, gold, and black. Or, for an open floor plan, small space, or a contemporary dining room, we have beautiful wallpapers designed to enhance those styles as well. From traditional elegance, to modern sophistication, we have gorgeous dining room wallpaper decor ideas.


Glam Dining Room With Agate Wallpaper Jay Jeffers Though wallpaper can often provide all of the pattern in a dining room, skillfully mixing a number of patterns—even two—is the mark of a skilled designer. The hypnotic, multi-toned, natural curves of the agate-patterned wallpaper in this dining room are the perfect counterpoints to the straight lines of the black and white rug. Continue to 22 of 25 below.


Agate Wallpaper Dining Room Studio DB Agate is a semi-precious and translucent form of microcrystalline quartz. It also serves as the inspiration for some truly stunning wallpaper patterns. In this case, the nature-inspired print is giving this dining room everything it needs in terms of pattern. The design of this room is all about balance however, as the wallpaper's varied shades of gray allow the other colors in the room to pop. Continue to 6 of 25 below.


This is an obvious and easy starting point for every homeowner, as you can simply drape the walls in a wallpaper of your choice. The wallpaper that you pick must not only complement the theme of the room, but should sync with the existing decor and accessories. While cool wallpapers with neutral hues are generally the preferred choice and easier to work with, do not miss out on the opportunity to add color to the dining room with wallpaper. As the inspirations below showcase, it can be a world of delightful fun!


Geometric Wallpaper Dining Room Homepolish One of the best choices for wallpaper in any room, including the dining room is to go with a geometric pattern. The mesmerizing effect of these patterns can fill a room, allowing color-blocked pieces of furniture and other accessories to create gaps that give the eye a place to rest.  Continue to 10 of 25 below.


On the other hand, when we think of wallpaper, our thoughts tend to dwell on living rooms and bedrooms, and occasionally on some very cool bathrooms.  But too often, we forget to put dining rooms on that list. So, to help you keep an eye on all of your options for your next dining room upgrade, we've rounded up some of the absolute coolest dining rooms featuring wallpaper of all styles. So whether you're looking for something with classic elegance or industrial cool, there's a style to fit every eye.


Though wallpaper can often provide all of the pattern in a dining room, skillfully mixing a number of patterns—even two—is the mark of a skilled designer. The hypnotic, multi-toned, natural curves of the agate-patterned wallpaper in this dining room are the perfect counterpoints to the straight lines of the black and white rug.


Black and white dining room wallpaper Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest If you’d like to create a formal dining room, you can’t go wrong with a striking black and white scheme. An elegant black wallpaper will set the scene and create a atmospheric mood, while stark white accessories add a contemporary touch. Image credit: Paul Raeside


Stripes and wallpaper seem like the perfect combination of two current, hot style statements! But instead of draping all the walls in the dining room in stripes (which can become monotonous), we suggest you take a sleeker option by using the striped wallpaper to highlight a specific architectural feature or nook in the room. Smaller stripes are ideal for more modern settings, while traditional dining rooms benefit from broader strokes. And then there is the exciting chevron pattern for those who wish to mix things up to drive away boredom.


If you choose a dark dominant wallpaper design, coordinate it with a contrasting colour on the ceiling and woodwork and team with white crockery and glassware to lift the scheme. The same applies with a bold choice of pattern, as you do not want to overwhelm the room. If in doubt wallpaper one feature wall and keep the rest of the room simple, but tie the scheme together with a similar fabric on window treatments and table linen? take a look at the wallpaper and fabric collections available from companies such as Harlequin, Sanderson and Prestigious who provide a coordinated selection.


Green floral dining room wallpaper Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Create a modern dining space by bringing the outside in. Bold botanical print wallpaper adds scale and interest while retaining a natural feel through the use of a restricted palette of olive, grey, green and brown tones. Image credit: Robert Sanderson


Agate is a semi-precious and translucent form of microcrystalline quartz. It also serves as the inspiration for some truly stunning wallpaper patterns. In this case, the nature-inspired print is giving this dining room everything it needs in terms of pattern. The design of this room is all about balance however, as the wallpaper's varied shades of gray allow the other colors in the room to pop.


For a retro dining room feel, go for bold geometric wallpaper that is confident and distinctive. Emphasise the design of the wallpaper with shapes that echo the pattern, such as a clock and a pendant light, and stick to a pale tone so the wooden features stand out.


We have come across several Decoist readers who have complained about trying out new wallpaper patterns because they are just not sure about making such a major commitment in one leap. So here is a wonderful little bridge for those with design commitment issues, as you can test the waters out with these lovely framed wallpaper pieces. Just hang them as art pieces in the dining room, and if you really love them, you can think about a quick overhaul in the coming months.


This one is really simple, and it is pretty much the same approach you take towards an accent wall in the dining room that uses paint. Take a different route this time by doing away with paint and opting for wallpaper instead. As we discussed earlier, wallpaper gives you greater variety in terms of pattern and finish when compared to paint. Make sure, though, that you have the right lighting to let the accent wall shine through.


Gray Wallpaper and Coffered Ceiling Dining Room Sarah Sarna Despite their relative positions, your walls and floors don't have to play opposite to one another. On the contrary, subtle connections between them can do a lot to create a feeling of cohesiveness to your room design. This dining room allows the two to team up with a faint echoing of pattern between the rolling clouds on the walls and the faint swirls of the carpet. Continue to 7 of 25 below.