1. Road to Avalon

House of Hackney's wallpaper collection is a wonderous world of wild creatures and idylls, like the mythical resting place of King Arthur, for which Avalon Stripe ($395 per roll) is named. It's a modern take on royal, with hand-illustrated flowers from a delicate archive print atop bold black-and-white stripes. newwall.com

2. High Water Mark

Toronto-based Rollout's Undo wallpaper ($15 per square foot), created with algorithms and 3D tech by Dutch creative agency Obsidian, is biophilic€”designed to connect to nature. The wave of water on the wall is like a rising tide of calm at home. rollout.ca

3. All Aglow

A new Metallic collection of Farrow and Ball wallpaper ($350 per roll) includes some of the brand's most beloved designs, including Lotus (pictured) and Bamboo, now embellished with gleaming silvers, coppers and golds for a bit of metallurgic magic€”and a fairytale-like garden indoors. farrow-ball.com

4. Wild Wood

As if in a farmyard, surrounded by buzzing bees and tall swaying grasses, this Barn Wood tile (from $9.95 per square foot) is actually glazed porcelain but mimics wood planks in all its weathered gradations€”or the hexagonal shape of those bees€™ honeycombs. juliantile.com

5. Wild at Heart

Tap into legendary designer Iris Apfel's vivid style with the Icon tile collection by Target Group Atelier of Ceramics Italy ($39 per square foot), in which flora, fauna and geometric motifs come together in the iconoclast's characteristic wild abandon. juliantile.com

6. Flow State

The new Flow Diamond series by Wow (from $14.50 per square foot) brings subtle shades and shimmer or bolder swaths of movement to the wall with tiles in tones from taupe to rose. Find your pattern and go with the flow. tierrasol.ca

Designer’s Pick

7. Tropical Cool

€œI love the Honolulu Palm Green wallpaper by Graham and Brown because it looks fresh yet has a retro feel that's a great juxtaposition in contemporary settings.€

Wanda Weston
WW Design Studio, Calgary