The Best Celebrity Wallpaper Inspo, From Selena Gomez’s Florals To Drew Barrymore’s Mixed Prints

Kiss paint goodbye.

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Kate Hudson’s bathroom is basically the gold standard for wallpaper inspo. The star used it as a dramatic way to frame her tub, letting the dark florals help the bright spot pop even more.Kate Hudson / Instagram
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley managed to take a busy print and make it look elegantly minimalist in her serene home. Her secret? Choosing a small-scale pattern with soft pastels so it practically blends into the background.Rosie Huntington-Whiteley / Instagram
Mindy Kaling’s wallpaper may be bright teal, but it’s still perfect for minimalists. Her blue-green grasscloth almost looks like it could be paint, but its perfect touch of texture and pattern give the space extra interest.Mindy Kaling / Instagram
Drew Barrymore just *gets* wallpaper — she even has her own line. That’s probably why she was brave enough to mix two prints (and of course she pulled it off flawlessly).Drew Barrymore / Instagram
Hudson isn’t the only one to prove wallpaper has a place in the bathroom. This floral green material behind Poppy Delevingne’s tub is beautiful enough to convince diehard paint enthusiasts to convert.Poppy Delevingne / Instagram
Speaking of bathroom wallpaper, Tamera Mowry is also a fan of the look. The actor used hers as a backsplash for her vanity — an easy and affordable alternative if you can’t swing a full wall of tile.Tamera Mowry / Instagram
Wallpaper doesn’t have to cover the full wall. Like Reese Witherspoon, you can make a statement by simply adding it above your wainscoting.Reese Witherspoon / Instagram
Based on her Instagram account, Selena Gomez appears to have bright floral wallpaper in multiple rooms. And as she proves, more is absolutely more when it comes to flowers on the walls.Selena Gomez / Instagram
Martha Stewart’s tan wallpaper gives the appearance of a wood grain — an easy trick for adding a cozy touch to any room.Martha Stewart / Instagram
Alexa Chung’s bedroom is a lesson in mixing prints. To ensure it wasn’t too busy, the designer incorporated stripes and small floral patterns with her geometric vine wallpaper.Alexa Chung / Instagram

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