Top Four Island Wallpapers for a British Virgin Islands Home

Banana Leaf Wallpaper

Take a page from the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel and add some old Hollywood glamour to your British Virgin Islands retreat. This famous Martinique print with it’s oversized, vibrant leaves was created especially for the “Pink Palace” in 1942 by decorator Don Loper. The banana palms pair delightfully with a pop of pink throw pillows. The dramatic palm print is perfect for a breakfast nook or accent wall.



Metallic Ropes Wallpaper

This cheeky nautical print becomes elegant and seductive due to the metallic sheen. Dress up a jewel box powder room or closet with this chic seafaring design. The paper is also available in navy and white, which makes for a playful children’s bedroom.



Baroque Floral Wallpaper

Dorothy Draper was famous for her vibrant, splashy patterns in color combinations that pushed ordinary boundaries. Her signature Baroque Bouquet blends loud florals, demure yellow and faux colonial plasters. Reminiscent of the iconic Greenbrier Hotel in West Virginia, this timeless chintz print brings exuberance to any home.


Bamboo Wallpaper

For those of you that shy away from colorful wallpaper, this subdued grasscloth introduces texture and island flair in a less threatening manner. The woven wallcovering is tranquil and serene, simply lovely with cream decor accents in a British Virgin Islands home.

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