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Wild Flowers mural | © Pixers
Wild Flowers mural | © Pixers
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Wallpaper Designs to Get You Pumped for Spring (and How to Get the Look)

Picture of Amber C. Snider
Home & Design Editor
Updated: 21 February 2018
Fancy a new floral palette for your home?
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All About Leaves | © Pixers

We’re barely out of what feels like the longest winter ever and already dreaming of a fresh new look for 2018. With spring just around the corner, it’s time to turn those daydreams into actual design plans. What better way to do that than with either a fresh coat of paint or fun new wallpaper design?

These new designs from Pixers add a bit of much-needed greenery to your home (especially if you’re a city-dweller). The feminine, flora motifs work well in sitting areas or anywhere you want to add a calming, relaxing energy.

Here are a few ways you can get the look at home…

The leaf and floral patterns work well with minimalistic, airy décor. Add lime green throw pillows to make the green hues really pop.

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Spring Tree, vinyl wall mural | © Pixers

Use a leaf motif as an accent wall for the bedroom.

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Green Fern | © Pixers

For a rustic look, pair the Yellow Magnolias wallpaper with light wood or rattan furniture and neutral colors.

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Yellow Magnolias | © Pixers

For a gender-neutral playroom or baby room, consider this floral pattern. It’s reminiscent of a hand-drawn storybook illustration and the garden motif feels timeless—so the little one can grow up with the look, too.

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Herbarium | © Pixers

For a touch of ’90s, this subtle daisy wallpaper is a nostalgic throwback to the hippie movement. Because the color palette is so specific here, be sure to steer clear of loud colors in the surrounding décor. Pair the wallpaper with subtle yellow and white furniture and accents instead.

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Subtle Daisy | © Pixers

For a laid-back 1970s look, pair the Botanical Retro paper with mid-century furniture and light wooden furniture. It’s like having a page from a classic herbarium book right on the wall.

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Botanical Retro | © Pixers

Redecorating an urban apartment? Check out these Brutalist wallpaper designs for your concrete jungle apartment.