15 Modern Wallpapers For Contemporary Decorators

Modern decorating in today’s world has some expectations attached. Most people expect to find lots of neutral colors, clean lines and minimal accessories. Sometimes the modern style can seem dull and lifeless. But thanks to the wallpaper makers, modern doesn’t have to be boring. Put away your visions of wallpaper covered in roses and toile. Modern wallpaper can add a little pop to your space without sacrificing any of your modern sensibilities. Take a look at these 15 modern wallpapers for contemporary decorators and be inspired to find the perfect modern wallpaper for your own home.

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When you are attempting to keep your bathroom clutter free, you naturally turn to walls, floors and necessities for texture to create interest. Choose a neutral colored wallpaper for your space that holds lots of texture. Something so simple will bring your space together when you’re finished decorating.

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Looking for a uniform view in your modern bedroom space? Choose a simple two tone pattern for your walls and have it extend across your ceiling as well. It will feel like it was always supposed to be there.

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Sometimes, when something is so small, your eyes just glance over it without noticing much. By covering your modern walls in a tiny pattern, you add texture without really adding substance.

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It’s well known that abstract is perfectly acceptable in modern homes. So why not cover your walls with a modern art kind of wallpaper? It will feel like you really used every inch of the space to your advantage.

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Maybe you need a modern wallpaper that’s also warm and family friendly. In that case, go gray every time. A gray pattern will still look cool and chic but adding the color to your walls will give your space a little punch.

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When you are trying to make a modern home out of an old classic one, you run into all sorts of problems. Mainly, how do you mix classic architecture with modern style? Wallpaper can help you out when you choose a pattern that mixes classic patterns in a modern color or texture.

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What about floral patterns? You’ll be happy to hear that floral isn’t altogether out. There are plenty of flower covered wallpapers that are abstract in design which will fit right into your modern home.

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It’s a fact, marble is always modern and classic. When looking for a fun yet modern wallpaper for a kids room, opt for a colored marble pattern. It will flow with the rest of your modern home while being a fun space for them.

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Many times, it is possible to find a classic pattern in an abstract color or a mixed patterns like this marbled scalloped wallpaper. The blending takes you by surprise and is perfect to set off the other modern elements in your space.

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You almost can’t beat the classic black and white. Keep things simple by opting for a linear pattern that is abstract and classic and modern, all on the same wall.

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Of course if you are drawn to colors, your modern home can handle it. Just make sure your wallpaper pattern is modern, like the geometric design above, and you can’t go wrong.

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You gotta love a good navy wallpaper. It’s almost a neutral so you can definitely get away with a simple textured navy wallpaper in your modern space. And if you hesitate, consider just a statement wall for the transformation.

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Who can say no to a bit of gold? With a patterned wallpaper that incorporates the rich shade, your space will suddenly feel luxe and expensive, and all with just a little wallpaper.

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Is your heart set on rose covered wallpaper but you are loathe to give up your modern style? Opt for a wallpaper with oversize printed flowers to get the feminine look while staying in the modern parameters.

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When you’re trying to stay with a strict modern color scheme, you can still add wallpaper that’s black on black. The subtle pattern gives a hint of interest without being too distracting.