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Egerton By Cole & Son. Paper in Purple.

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    Can't have it in my yard, so maybe on a wall inside.

Entry walls are covered in a classic damask pattern printed on raffia paper by Stark.

The powder room's green stripe wallpaper by Rose Cumming is "a total Dorothy Draper move," Sommers says. "It could be the Greenbrier."

The glint of silver in the Torino Damask wallpaper by Sheila Bridges works well with stainless steel in her New York City kitchen.

A 1940s French chandelier and de Gournay Plum Blossom wallpaper give the dining room a shimmery glamour.

As delightful as a stroll through an old European city. By Sandberg. Paper in Dark Lilac. starkwallcovering....

In a guest bedroom, Sommers covered walls in Cowtan & Tout's Amelie and piped the corners in Samuel & Sons' Cambridge Braid to play up charming architectural angles.

A tour of the world's most famous attractions. Nonwoven paper in Blue.

Cavern Home's Blackbird wallpaper is a graphic counterpoint — that seems to "grow" on the ceiling, too.

It's a French word that means shaded, but these gorgeous papers are so much more — dreamy and sophisticated, like the colors of shifting light.

The walls in the master bedroom are covered with Roger Arlington's Chinese Pewter paper. "What I love about it is that it changes color all day long," says Redd. "Sometimes it's gold, sometimes it's lavender, and sometimes it's silver."

In the entry, a custom bench in S. Harris's Calypso is a vibrant counterpoint to the elegant "washed-out" look of China Seas' San Marco wallpaper.

The room has "a dreamlike, enchanted feeling, with butterflies flying around," Galli says. Farfalla wallpaper by Nina Campbell.