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Cosy Bedrooms

Who doesn't love hunkering down in bed? If your space is surrounded by wallpaper, it can make it all the more enticing: it lulls you into sweet dreams at night, and is the first magical thing you see in the morning.

Wallpaper is a bit of a game changer when it comes to bringing a sense of snugness to a room. You can create an overhead canopy by papering the ceiling, or a little cloister by covering slopes and arches. There's drama to be found in papering all four walls, helping to distinguish the room from the rest of the house. We particularly love the idea of wallpapering a spare room and giving your guests something special to remember after their stay. And, let's not forget the joy to be found from decorating a child's bedroom - the wallpaper will live on in their memories even once they've grown up and flown the nest.

So, make yourself comfortable, and read on to discover some of our favourite bedroom wallpaper installs.

Pink bedroom with Lucky Leaf green clover wallpaper across ceiling

Lucky Leaf looking blooming lovely in this very British bedroom designed by Lucy Cunningham Interiors. Photographed by Harry Crowder, featured in House & Garden.

Blue bedroom with Stony Point black and blue striped wallpaper

Ed and Alice Workman's Bruton home, featuring our Stony Point 1972 wallpaper by The Grantchester Pottery. Shot by @newtonandworthy.

Pink girl's bedroom with Love Leaves pink wallpaper.

Philippa Jeffrey transformed this space into a mini guest room, adorned in Love Leaves ~ Rose Pink & Saffron by William Kilburn.

Bedroom with striped yellow quilt on bed, wooden bedside table and Lioness & Palms tropical wallpaper

Anna Hewitson brought this child's bedroom to life with our Lioness & Palms ~ Midday by CFA Voysey, creating the perfect reading nook.

A snug Lucky Leaf bedroom from Studio Wynn, photographed by Freya Llewellyn.

Abi Ola's Chequerboard ~ White wallpaper dressing the walls of this country house dressing room.

Vibrant green paintwork married with our Curious Creatures ~ Daylight paper.

A canopy of leaves above the bed: Old Oak ~ Pomona Green & Fawn.

We hope this has given you some decoration inspiration. We’d love to see how you bring our wallpapers to life in your homes. Tag us on Instagram @commonroom.co, use the hashtag #mycommonroom or get in touch with images via email to info@commonroom.co.

Words by Alice Hodgson.


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