Everyone’s Wallpapering Their Ceilings — And These Photos Prove You Should, Too

With this trend, the sky’s the limit.

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Cara Woodhouse Interiors
The cloud-like wallpaper of this tall dining room ceiling accentuates its height and adds an airy, ethereal effect to the PS & Daughters project.PS & Daughters / Photo by Mike Van Tassell
Though subtle, the pop of wallpaper in this Bria Hammel Interiors project breaks up the expanse of white walls in a charming way.Bria Hammel Interiors / Spacecrafting Photography
While this dining room is mostly neutral, the boldly patterned Windy O'Connor wallpaper Murphy Maude Interiors added to the ceiling keeps it from feeling one note.Murphy Maude Interiors / Courtesy of Memphis Media Group
An accent wall blends seamlessly into the ceiling of this cozy bedroom by PS & Daughters, featuring soft blue tones to lighten up the dark space.PS & Daughters / Photo by Mike Van Tassell
Sarah Stacey Interior Design’s transformation of this dining room included new art, fabric banding on the curtains, and, of course, some beautiful Phillip Jeffries wallpaper on the ceiling.Sarah Stacey Interior Design
“The space was small and needed to be broken up, but I decided that I wanted fluidity at the same time so we used this Romo pattern throughout,” says Leigh Jones of The Very Thing, Ltd on her decision behind adding wallpaper to this tiny ceiling.Courtesy of The Very Thing, Ltd
Maestri Studio is behind this eclectic wallpapered dining room, which blends old with modern with funky ever so flawlessly.Maestri Studio / Jenifer McNeil Baker
Doubting the power of a wallpapered ceiling? As designer Kim Armstrong noted on Instagram of this project, “The ceiling paper elevated this space and took this bathroom from a really good design, to award winning and nationally published!” So, there you have it.Kim Armstrong Interior Design / Regan Elizabeth Photography
Without the wallpapered ceiling, this dining area by Living with Lolo would be practically barren. But with it? It’s interesting, dynamic, and fun.Living with Lolo / Life Created
You don’t have to take over the ceiling of an entire room to try this trend. Even the top of a small nook can be sufficient in giving a room unexpected character.@anthroliving
The marbleized ceiling of this Think Chic Interiors project adds a luxe, modern touch to the sweetness of the room.Think Chic Interiors / Photo by Hulya Kolabas

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