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A bird-themed wallpaper brings the lightness and freedom of nature into your home. Birdcages, local and exotic species provide a calm backdrop matching both elegant and sophisticated interior design ideas. More

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Bird Wallpaper: The Guide

Long considered the tool used by nature to bring colour to our skies, birds with bright plumage and streamlined shapes have been a favourite subject for artists since ancient times. From owls and cranes to hummingbirds and parrots, bird-themed wallpaper provides a peaceful yet intriguing way to bring nature into your home and onto your walls to create a relaxing atmosphere. Bird designs with simplistic and dynamic patterns are a great fit for both contemporary and traditional interior design concepts. Whether you are planning to create a sanctuary of peace in your bedroom, add splashes of colour to your living room, or design a stunning feature wall to impress visitors, there is a bird-themed wall décor that will fit the bill.

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Which types of bird wallpaper are the most popular?

Birds of all kinds have often been represented in wallpaper motifs. Whether depicted in a classical style above an empty birdcage, hovering above beautiful flowers, or featured in the Vintage style, their appeal never seems to wane.

Birdcage

Represented as metal or wooden structures, finely decorated in intricate detail, or stylish and streamlined, birdcages are a quintessential feature of countless wallpaper designs. A classical pattern with birds perched on branches above an empty Victorian birdcage evokes a sense of freedom and peace with timeless and enduring allure.

Birds and Flowers

Pastoral scenes with magnificent birds amongst colourful flowers provide a peaceful picture that can spread a calm and relaxing atmosphere when represented on a beautiful wallpaper. Exuding soothing and graceful elegance, a floral wall décor with birds provides an explosion of colour that can bring the positive vibes of a bright spring day to bedrooms and living rooms.

Vintage Birds

Aviary motifs have been among the most traditional in classic wall décor and still feature on a large number of vintage wallpaper models that harken back to their antique yet stylish forebears. Often depicted in minute details, these patterns are both classic and timeless, providing a fantastic backdrop for dark panelled vintage furniture.

Which European species are commonly depicted on bird wall décor?

Representations of local birds have been a common decoration motif that can even be found on ancient Roman mosaics. Today, their allure continues to prove effective on many wallpaper designs, with cute sparrows, curious owls, majestic cranes, and swallows being the most common.

Swallow

Nature’s signal that the cold months are over and the summer season is approaching, the arrival of these migratory birds has long been considered auspicious. In many cultures, swallows possess a highly symbolic value and are associated with good fortune. Their sleek and streamlined shape is depicted on many wallpaper designs.

Sparrow

Found in many parts of the world, the humble sparrow is a familiar bird that has found its way onto many wallpaper patterns. A favourite subject for a vast number of Japanese artists who loved to show field sparrows on flowering shrubs, a wall décor featuring sparrows brings a soothing quality with a touch of oriental charm.

Owl

Associated with wisdom, intuition and supernatural powers, this mysterious bird has been featuring for centuries in folklore and mythology around the world. With its interesting plumage, huge head and striking eyes, this somewhat mysterious and curious woodland dweller is often represented on wallpaper models with a classical design.

Crane

The beauty of this graceful bird with long legs and neck has fascinated artists all over the world for hundreds of years. In Japan the crane, together with the dragon and the tortoise, is considered to be one of the mystical creatures symbolising good fortune and longevity. In the form of intricate origami and Haiku poetry, it is often used as a motif in wall décor evoking the mysticism of the land of the rising sun.

Seagull

The sight of seagulls is intrinsically linked to images of the vast expanses of the sea. When it comes to their representation on wallpaper motifs, seagulls are therefore frequently used in maritime themes. A serene wall décor featuring flocks of white seagulls on a blue background is the perfect way to recreate a seaside feel that can brighten bedrooms as well as dining rooms.

Which exotic birds appear frequently on bird wallpaper?

Exotic and tropical birds have long fascinated Western audiences. Colourful parrots perched on jungle canopies, pink flamingos standing on one leg in the water, whimsical hummingbirds floating in mid-air and peacocks with their regal plumage are still as captivating today as when first reported in intrepid explorers’ diaries.

Peacock

Peacocks are famous for their piercing call and extravagant plumage and their feathers have been an exclusive symbol of luxury for centuries. These birds are originally from the Indian subcontinent and their mating ritual is simply stunning: the tail of the male peacock unfolds to attract females with its ornate train. The decorative power of its beautiful plumage is depicted in all its glory on a number of peacock models for statement walls.

Parrot

From tropical islands to Caribbean pirate stories, there are few birds that symbolise the magic exoticism of tropical lands more than parrots. With hundreds of different species in all sizes and colours, these birds are a natural fit when it comes to bird wall décor bursting with colour and eye-catching detail.

Flamingo

Known for their bright pink feathers, long necks, slender legs and thick downturned bills, these gregarious birds live in large flocks, fishing along the shores of bodies of water in Central and South America. With their dazzling plumage, they are often represented on stunning wallpaper models featuring large groups nestling together in beautiful shades of pink.

Hummingbird

Considered by many to be a symbol of healing, hope and good luck, these tiny birds fascinated the first European explorers arriving in the Americas centuries ago. The hummingbirds’ ability to hover in mid-air gives them a magical aura that added to their symbolism, and on wallpaper models these birds often appear along with delicate foliage or flowers.

What are the favourite colours for wallpapers featuring birds?

The first thing that comes to mind when thinking about birds is the stunning colour of their plumage. In a theme full of colourful motifs, the most common hues when it comes to bird wallpaper are blue, green, grey and gold.

Blue

A colour naturally associated with the vastness of the sky, blue is one of the most popular colours when it comes to wall décor featuring birds. In any of its many lighter and darker shades, blue is a colour capable of filling the room with calm and serenity, bringing freedom and relaxation.

Green

Forests, fields and trees are the natural habitats of birds, so it’s not surprising that many wallpaper designs featuring avian fauna focus on this balancing colour. Green is often regarded as a symbol of growth, renewal, and the true representation of the cycle of natural life. In darker shades it can provide almost three-dimensional depth to bird patterns.

Grey

Grey is a colour that exudes sophistication and elegance. Due to its neutral and understated nature, it is often used with black and white or gold patterns in bird wallpaper designs that are used as stylish backgrounds for artwork or photography. Silver-grey bird motifs provide a touch of exquisite extravagance.

Gold

The very symbol of luxury and sophistication, the colour that represents the most valuable of all precious metals is frequently used in exquisite statement wallpapers that are perfect for feature walls. The golden colour often makes up the background, but it is not uncommon to see stylised bird patterns in gold on a teal canvas.