We Love These 20 Dining Room Wallpaper Ideas

WAllpaper has (once again), its moment. Wallpaper can be a fun way to express your style. With so many designs available in countless colors and patterns, it’s easy to find the perfect wallpaper for any room, including the dining area. Continue reading to see some of our favorite ideas for dining room wallpaper.


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Go Floral

Try floral wallpaper in your dining room. It will add an elegant touch. In the last few years floral wallpaper has seen a revival. You should be able find it in any color scheme or scale you require.


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Attempt beadboard

Two dining room wall must-haves–beadboard and wallpaper–are combined in this easy and elegant dining room. The beadboard half-wall is a beautiful, neutral complement to the richly patterned wallpaper.


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Use the Rule of Thirds

You don’t have to split your wall in half between beadboard or wallpaper. The rule of thirds can be used to install wallpaper or beadboard on one-third of the wall while the remaining two-thirds is paneling. This can make your ceilings appear higher.


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Use Similar Colors

Consider using the same colors for both paneling and wallpaper. This room, designed by Emily Henderson Design uses soft white paneling with off-white wallpaper to achieve this. This is a great way to make your wallpaper blend into the room instead of standing out.


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Match Trim

Consider matching your trim color to the accent color of your wallpaper for a look that feels like it belongs in your dining room. It works well, especially with black. The color gives the space an adult and unique look.


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Go Ombre

Wallpaper in ombre is another way to add subtle style to your dining room. You can choose colors that complement or contrast with the colors in your dining room.


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Consider Your Floral Arrangements

When adding floral arrangements to your dining area, be sure to consider the wallpaper pattern. Match the two together to create a living art look. The space shown above is an excellent example, since the tall grasses and flowers match the wispy patterns of the wall.


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Hang it Higher

Try adding wallpaper to the ceiling instead of the walls for a unique look. This unique touch will add a sense of fun to your dining room while still keeping it feeling mature. Because it will draw your attention upwards, you should hang a beautiful light fitting that matches.


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Use the Kitchen

You can decorate your dining room with wallpaper even if it shares space with the kitchen. You can use wallpaper as a backsplash or on an accent wall in your kitchen.


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Make a Scene

When we think about wallpaper, most of us think of small or medium repeating patterns. Wallpaper can be much more. Consider hanging wallpaper that shows an entire scene in your dining area. Choose a natural scene for a pastoral feel. Pick one from the streets or famous cities for a vibrant appearance.


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Pair Blue and Gold

Soft blue and gold is a winning combination for dining room wallpaper. Gold accents like flatware and lighting are stunning choices for your dining room.


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Make It Subtle

Try hanging a paper that has a subtle pattern. You may not notice it at first. This can also make boring dinner party moments more interesting.


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Go Bold

When choosing wallpaper for your dining room, don’t be afraid of playing with shapes. Bold patterns, such as those in the above space by Blakely Interior Design can be intimidating but can also pay off.


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Take Continuity into Consideration

You should wrap the wallpaper around the room to ensure that the pattern is not broken. The attention to detail will make a big difference in the final product.


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Pair Wood and Wallpaper

Pair it with a wooden wall slat for an elegant dining room look. This wallpaper will give you a rustic yet elegant feel that is suitable for any dinner party.


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Get Inspired

Take inspiration from the colors you have in your home or around you when choosing a wallpaper color for your dining area. The wallpaper above mimics the colors of the armchair and buffet, while the nature-filled pattern reflects the lush green outside the window.


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Go Gray

Classics are timeless for a good reason. Gray wallpaper is a great way to add a bit of vibrancy and pattern without distracting from your dining room. Gray wallpaper works well in dining rooms with a focal point or where neutrality is desired.


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Add Texture

A subtle texture wallpaper will look great in a dining room. This is especially true if you don’t want to use bright colors and patterns. Combine it with colorful accents in your dining room furnishings or accessories to create a stylish and complete look.


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Combining Bold with Neutral

Pair vibrantly patterned wallpapers with neutral-toned dining room furniture to create a stylish, yet elegant dining room wallpaper. This unusual combination will enhance each other without creating a bland or overwhelming dining room.


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Go Green

A vibrant and lively green is a great choice for any dining room, but especially those that are bathed in sunshine. The vibrant shade of green reminds viewers of nature outside while the floral accents make the wallpaper elegant and rooted.

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