The tonal effect of an ombre wallpaper design will act as an illusion, making the wall seem taller and therefore really maximising your space. The misty blue and orange pastel tones within it are bright yet not overpowering in the space, gently introducing colour and depth to the small wall.
Where a solid, block colour on a feature wall would be quite final, the shading within the ombre gives the impression that there’s more to discover within the space.
If you’re looking for wallpaper for small bedrooms, again it’s the best option to go for a large print with lots of depth. Pseudo Sage is a great choice as the watercolour captures light and dark tones and the white space within the design also adds the illusion of layers of texture. Although a simple wallpaper design, the bold use of colour creates an interesting feature wall design with lots to explore, and compliment within your furniture.
When looking to introduce a unique pattern for small spaces, the more detail the better. Torana is a great example of how a light coloured design can make a space feel airy and hence somewhat bigger, again with intricate details within the marble to add depth. Your small bathroom will feel a lot more spacious when styling with light colours, and a wallpaper will allow you to introduce fresh colours with an easy to install wallpaper, rather than having to splash out on real marble.
Large scale wallpapers are a great option, so don’t be afraid to introduce bold wallpaper in small spaces and get creative with your styling. As long as your design introduces depth, layers and includes some lighter tones, you’ll be sure to elevate your small wall and create the illusion of more space.