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Chinoiserie Wallpaper for All Budgets – Splurge vs Save

A round-up of 40 chinoiserie style wallpaper prints and murals from designers and their budget-friendly dupes.

Yesterday, we put up the chinoiserie wallpaper mural in Regan’s room, and I am so absolutely in love with it! (The important thing is she is too.)

I chose this stunning wallpaper by artist Diane Hill that felt like the perfect mix of child-like whimsy and classic nostalgia.

chinoiserie wallpaper in a nursery

UPDATE: See our little girl’s finished toddler bedroom transition complete with its chinoiserie wallpaper!

Where to Use Chinoiserie Wallpaper

Chinoiserie one of those styles that never really goes out of vogue, but it is currently rising in popularity with the cottagecore and Grandmillennial interior design aesthetics trending.

It’s beautiful for using in nurseries, dining rooms, studies, living room, and anywhere you might have a large expanse of plain wall space in your house to allow the intricacies of chinoiserie wallpaper to steal the show.

(If you’re into history, this article delves into the chinoiserie style further and this piece has a thoughtful cultural perspective behind it. Decades and centuries ago, traditional chinoiserie pattern was prominently created on hand painted chinoiserie wallpaper panels.)

chinoiserie wallpaper mural from Diane Hill Design

In my hunt for the perfect print, I sifted through dozens of beautiful chinoiserie wallpaper styles from high-end to low budget.

So if you ever decide to jump on the chinoiserie wallpaper train, here are some of the best resources for designer wallpapers and their more affordable alternatives.

Chinoiserie Wallpaper – Splurge – Over $4 Per Square Foot

Designer Chinoiserie Wallpaper
  1. Blush Birds – $6.00
  2. Fantasia Blossom – $25.36
  3. Katsura Embroidered – $22.00
  4. Madame de Pompadour – $12.05
  5. Garden – $12.00
  6. Canopy – $15.00
  7. Lilly – $12.00
  8. Magnolia – $14.80
  9. Ming Mountain – $6.50
  10. Oiseaux – $4.59
  11. Crane Bird – $4.51
  12. Flower and Bird – $4.06
  13. Traditional Blue and White – $4.59
  14. Almond Blossom – $4.22
  15. Avignon – $4.95
  16. Textured Mural – $6.60
  17. Blossom and Pine – $4.15
  18. Tree of Life Mural – $4.30
  19. Blossom Grasscloth – $11.23
  20. Textured Bloom – $25.36

Chinoiserie Wallpaper – Save – Under $4 Per Square Foot

Affordable Chinoiserie Wallpaper
  1. Light Blue Peony – $1.82
  2. Forest Lake – $1.43
  3. Floral Almond Blossom – $2.70
  4. Stone Floral – $0.32
  5. Harvis Blossom Tree – $2.80
  6. Gold Branches – $4.00
  7. Floral Trail – $1.70
  8. Peacock Garden – $4.00
  9. Blue Peacock on White – $4.00
  10. Pine Floral and Birds – $2.85
  11. Vintage Birds – $2.08
  12. Navy Blossom – $3.09
  13. Light Blue Tree Birds – $3.88
  14. Watercolor Birds and Blossoms – $2.94
  15. Tree Birds – $3.60
  16. Spring Flowers – $3.61
  17. Lemon Tree – $3.04
  18. Hanley Blossom – $2.58
  19. Havenview Mural – $2.81
  20. Songbirds – $2.73

Do you have any favorites of the bunch? You already know which one is the clear winner for me, but it was a hard decision.

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4 Comments

  1. I have an old Hoosier cabinet that needs paint or wallpaper on the back of the shelves to brighten it and display my bowl collection. What would you suggest?

    1. Hi, Gigi! Any choice of these Chinoiseries would work well for a Hoosier cabinet. I wish I could give detailed advice bit I get too many decorating questions to answer them all and have to step away to spend time with family. But I have a Blesser House Decorating Group on Facebook you are welcome to join to submit questions and get input from lots of helpful people in this community. I try to pop in there too when I can I do these Decorating SOS submissions about once a month and will announce it on social media for the next one.

  2. Hi,
    Wow, your daughter’s room is beautiful! I feel kind of silly, but when I click on the paper I like nothing happens! I’m new to your site so I’m not sure what I’m doing wrong! Thank you, Theresa

    1. Oh no! Are you clicking the picture of the paper or are you clicking the links in the numbered list underneath the graphic?