10 best wallpapers

Whether you want to create a standout statement wall or add subtle interest to a room, there’s a design out there to dress up your decor

If you’re looking to shake things up at home but don’t want to do anything drastic, wallpaper can make a big difference to a room.

We’ve scoured the shops and the web to find papers out there to suit all styles and budgets; from Arthouse’s great value Lauren to new-kid-on-the-block Ellie Hyde’s innovative Geo Mix design.

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Verdict:

If you’re looking to make a bold statement that will make anyone entering the room smile, Albany’s Flamingos in pinky hues are a fun and good value option. Wallpaper refuseniks after clean lines and an industrial look would do well to check out Cermaica’s Subway Brick Tile Effect. And anyone wanting to adorn their walls with an intricate, playful design should look up Barneby Gates’ Chairs paper.

Buy now  

1. Arthouse Opera Lauren, £8.98 per 10m roll 

2. Albany House Vinyls Flamingos, £16.99 per 10.05m roll

3. Cath Kidston Garden Birds, £25 per 10m roll

4. Galerie Simply Stripes, £29.95 per 10m roll

5. Ellie Hyde Geo Mix Wallpaper, £125 per 10m roll

6. Mini Moderns Peggy Wallpaper, £45 per 10m roll

7. Barneby Gates Chairs Wall paper, £78 per 10m roll 

8. John Lewis Japanese Tree Wall paper, £22 per 10m roll  

9. Fine Decor Ceramica Subway Brick Tile Effect, £12.99 per 10.05m roll 

10. Roddy & Ginger Small town Wall paper, £52 per 10m roll 

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