Creative Wall Paper

Here is some creative inspiration on how to turn your drab walls into a creative expression!

Paint Swatches

Paint Swatches by Scott Pendergast

There is a growing movement of artists that collect those free paint swatches from the local hardware store and put them to use creating beautiful and bright collages. Scott Pendergast found a unique new function for these freebies by coating a wall in his bedroom. I love the way he created a gradient across the wall…and so well spaced! I wouldn’t say it is easier than painting but it is worth the trouble. If you don’t feel right taking off with Home Depot’s supplies, design*sponge suggests contacting the paint department to see if they can order in a custom selection of swatches for a small fee.

Surrealien

Surrealien

These incredibly unusual wall paper designs are created by a Design company in Weimar, Germany. Surrealien takes into account door frames, windows, plugs, switches and wall hangings to custom warp the pattern in a  wallpaper of your choice. The results are impressive! Check out more designs at their website and find out more about ordering.

Christiaan Postma

Christiaan Postma

This cool Calendar wallpaper allows you to stand back and absorb an entire year of activities and events. I really love this idea. At the moment it is just a concept by designer Christiaan Postma in Stockholm, Sweeden. I would hope that the final product allows you to wipe the slate clean and start fresh every year! What a fun idea!

Light Emitting Wallpaper

Light Emitting Wallpaper

This wall paper, called Ecco luce designed by Jonas Samson, incorporates LED lights into the wall that illuminate it’s surface. For a first run concept there are plenty of features that make this wallpaper desireable. As well as being a more eco-friendly lighting solution, each design is entirely customizable. Your designs can move, dim, and interact when touched. For more details you can visit the Ecco Luce website.

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