3 Ways with Wallpaper for Kids' Rooms

As decorative themes go, this one's a pretty apt metaphor: a garden-centric pattern, with all its connotations of nurturing a new life, is also a versatile visual cue for the design of a place in which your little one can grow. Here, three of our favorite nature-inspired wall statements.

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Idea 1: Modern Greenery
In the playroom featured above, Ken and Annika Yael Natori transformed their apartment on Manhattan's Upper East Side into a leafy oasis for their kids—bringing the outdoors in with an abstracted leaf print in a sun-kissed shade of green.


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Idea 2: Country Floral
Los Angeles designer Melissa Culligan selected a Cath Kidston floral wallpaper for her daughter's room; the cheery, retro-leaning pattern offers an innocent, emphatically girly-girl backdrop upon which to layer white touches for a foolproof classic look.


(Photo: Patrick Cline/Lonny)
Idea 3: The Big Bloom
Designer Lisa Sherry made a sophisticated statement by selecting this vintage-styled English Rose wallpaper by Sanderson for the nursery of client Courtney Vincent's Minneapolis home. Play with a macro print in a tight, muted color palette for a bold yet romantic effect.





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