Hand painted wallpaper is one of our favorite things. We adore the colors and patterns and little imperfections that show the work of the artist and maker. We've pulled together a collection of hand painted wallpapers for your decorating ideas file. We've included both commercial hand painted papers that you can buy on the roll, vintage and antique wall papers, as well as incredible hand painted wallpaper murals. Now we just have to decide which room to wallpaper. Maybe the laundry room? See the one below!
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Modern and hip hand painted wallpapers from Nama Rococo are definitely some of our favorites. Nama Rococo is more artist studio than factory and their wallpapers can even be framed like paintings.
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Love the floral hand painted wallpaper by Gracie Wallpapers in this laundry room. It is so lovely it could almost make us love doing the laundry. Almost.
This Indian inspired hand painted wallpaper was spotted in Elle Decor. It is by De Gournay and looks like hand painted wallpaper from the 19th century. Talk about fantastic bathroom design ideas! Love the colorful elephant!
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Adore this hand painted De Gournay wallpaper in a modern dining room. It feels so fresh and feminine—and it really works with the mid-century modern furniture.
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This antique wallpaper from Zuber dates to circa 1800! Antique wallpapers are expensive but just a few panels make a huge impact and perfect for any living room design.
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Inspired by a curtain from Ballard Design, Emily of Jones Design Company hand painted her walls in a wallpaper pattern. Love the simple lattice pattern. She has a DIY tutorial on her blog. Amazing!
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This is a handpainted Welsh mural done in limewash on plaster. Incredible! It looks like a Bloomsbury design.
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When we saw this on Design Sponge a few months ago, our jaws dropped. Far more than hand painted wallpapers, the hand painted murals from Red Start Murals of Austin are works of art.
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