I don’t know that I’d ever actually put wallpaper in a room. I think a whole room full of a pattern tends to look too busy, and I’d probably get tired of it after a while. Just as well since I live in an apartment and can’t mess with the walls. Regardless, I love looking at the beautiful art wallpapers offered by Bradbury & Bradbury. They have reproductions and adaptations of designs ranging from Arts & Crafts to Victorian to Art Deco to Modern. Their blog is interesting- lots of good stuff about historical wallpaper and interior design.
I particularly love these:
Moonlight Cyclos – “This interlocking circle motif was inspired by the design work of the great Deco-era designer Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann.” (I seem to be really into circles lately, and I always love silver!)
Victorian Iris Frieze– “The Iris Frieze is adapted from the work of designer/illustrator Walter Crane, and was one of the first patterns of the Victorian era to foreshadow the coming of Art Nouveau, a movement which owed much of its earliest inspiration to the original genius of Crane.” (I don’t like most of the Victorian wallpapers- too fussy. But this one is nice. I always love purple and green together).