Wallpapered Ceilings? Yes Please!

Murals and wallpaper on the ceiling is the interior design statement doing the rounds right now. Adding a pop of pattern and colour to an unexpected place brings a sense of awe and grandeur to a room and goes a long way in adding depth and interest to it too.

Ceilings with period features, new build ceilings, sloped ceilings, bedroom ceilings, bathroom ceilings and every ceiling in between; wallpaper on the 5th wall can work in pretty much any space. Whether it's to bring the ceiling down in a tall room, create a focal point or simply as something pretty to look at when taking a long soak in the bath, it's one trend that can only spark joy through your interior. 

Here are 4 times a wallpapered ceiling was definitely the right choice.

Land of Milk & Honey Butterflies

Land of Milk & Honey Butterflies

1. Land of Milk & Honey Mural paired with period features
Our Land of Milk & Honey Butterflies murall is one of our most popular and for good reason. Complementing the period features beautifully in the home of @the.open.garden, it draws the eye upwards, creating a sense of grandeur and opulence. 

Busy Bee wallpaper

Busy bee wallpaper

2. Busy Bees in the billiard room
We love how @houseofhorspool has complemented the charm and history of her billiard room by wallpapering the ceiling with our more modern Busy Bee Charcoal wallpaper design . It works brilliantly in updating a once-tired interior and gives the space a whole new lease of life.

Land of Milk & Honey Butterflies

3. Butterflies in a little girls room
Our Land of Milk & Honey Butterflies mural is so versatile it can be used in a sophisticated and grand space but works equally as well in adding a touch of femininity to a little girls bedroom. We love how @holylightcottage has used a soft pink paint colour on the adjacent walls with muted accessories for a dream room scheme for one very lucky little girl. 

Lush wallpaper

4. Hot tropics in the bathroom
Bring the tropics to your bathroom and transport yourself to another place whilst taking a soak with a tropical palm print on the ceiling like Lush Green/Pink wallpaper. Not only does it add pattern and colour to the ceiling but also brings the opportunity to complement with similar colour pop accessories (pink bath, anyone?) to create your bathroom of dreams.  

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