Farmhouse style wallpaper isn't what it used to be. Most wallpapers are peel and stick which means easy to put up and take down. No more paste and water mixing. Wallpaper designs and patterns are chic. So, what are you waiting for? Let's get to adding some wallpaper into your farmhouse!
If the thought of wallpaper makes you think of what your grandma's house was covered in and you immediately shut down the idea of adding any into your home, just wait. We have some farmhouse wallpaper ideas for you that will have you running out to buy some for your walls.
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Farmhouse Style Wallpaper
When you think farmhouses, you think shiplap, buffalo check, herringbone, subway tiles and so much more. Well to make life a little easier, all of these looks come in wallpaper form! Come look!
Textured Shiplap Wallpaper
This will add the farmhouse look to any home and is a simple DIY project that can be done with no saw, hammer, and nails.
Herringbone Patterned Wallpaper
Susan, from Table for 5 Please, makes her entryway wall stand out with this herringbone wallpaper. Such a classy look!
The best thing about wallpaper is you can choose one wall to stand out and paint the other walls an accent color.
Buffalo Check Wallpaper
Buffalo check is a hot pattern in farmhouse homes. Genny, over at Our Home on the Ridge, surprised her daughter by giving her room a makeover and it looks amazing! The buffalo check wallpaper is a great pop in her room.
We couldn't help but think how this room would fit right into the post we wrote recently, Chic Girls Dorm Room Decor With Tons of Style. If you're allowed to put things up on your dorm walls, why not add some wallpaper!
There are so many places you can hang wallpaper. In your laundry room is a great option. What can be an otherwise boring room can have its own personality by adding a great wallpaper.
Gordie & Co Designs selected the perfect black and white plaid wallpaper for this laundry room.
Jess, over at Carcaba Road, hung this delicate colored floral wallpaper in her daughter's room. It has such a beautiful girly look to it and can grow with her daughter through the years.
Star Wars Wallpaper
Adding Star Wars wallpaper into Tiffany's, from My DIY Happy Home, son's bathroom is genius! It's subtle because of the black and white color scheme. This is a great example of how personal you can make a space by adding a little wallpaper.
Adding the wallpaper on the top half of the wall is also a great idea. With this subway tile on the lower half or even if you wanted to add some beadboard or wainscot, you keep with the farmhouse look.
While looking for wallpaper ideas for a farmhouse, we came across Katie's, from Timberfields. She added this adorable woodland wallpaper in her mudroom. It looks great with shiplap accenting it.
Subway Tile Wallpaper
Are you ready for this wallpaper? Subway tile wallpaper as a backsplash in a kitchen! Those aren't tiles!
Sara, at Eagle Nest Farmhouse, added this in her kitchen and it's simply magnificent! If you've always wanted subway tiles in your kitchen, but can't afford or install them? This is the best solution!
Farmhouse style wallpaper can be summed up in this perfectly classic navy striped wallpaper. It looks great in this kitchen but would look great in a bedroom, living room, bathroom or any room in your home.
We hope this has inspired you to not be so afraid adding farmhouse style wallpaper into your home.
There's so much to love about wallpaper now! The fact that it easily peels and sticks and the beautiful look and options there are out there.
If this has motivated you to add some wallpaper to your home, we'd love to hear from you! And once you've hung your wallpaper let us have a look!
If you aren't quite sold on a wallpaper and really love painting, we have some great ideas for you in our Creative Wall Painting Ideas To Add Some Personality To Your Home post.
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