The Best In Zen Wallpaper and How To Use It

November 15 2017

Over the past few months, we’ve seen a rise in the popularity of Zen wallpaper. Be it for the home, the office, a beauty salon, or a corporate HQ, people want to create tranquil havens in just about any space.

The concept of “zen” was developed by a Japanese school of Mahayana Buddhism which placed an emphasis on the value of meditation and intuition rather than ritual worship or study of scriptures. If you are seeking a much more peaceful, spiritual, exotic, modern and enlightened look for your home or office then our Zen wallpaper collection is the perfect solution.

Since before Luxe Walls even launched, we’ve been passionate about providing our clients with what they want. Which is why we sent our stylists out into the interior design realm to find the absolute best designs in Zen wallpaper.

When it comes to zen wallpaper, it’s all about soothing colour palettes and dreamy patterns. We want to help you create the sanctuary of your dreams, so here are some of our favourites…

1. Zen Nature Wallpaper

One of the most popular designs from our collection is the Zen Nature Wallpaper (featured in the image above). This wallpaper is designed to bring a calm and natural feel to any room in the house, but we feel it’s a perfect fit for the ultimate relaxing lounge room.

It’s also a great way to create a sense of calm in what can sometimes be a tense atmosphere in the office. This wall mural is just perfect for creating a serene vibe in just about any interior!

2. Marble Look Wallpaper

Another incredibly popular design that often falls into the ‘Zen’ category is the Moonshine Wallpaper (or marble look). We love the soothing nature of this print, taking inspiration from the soft shades we associate with the moon.

The subtle grey hues make it ideal for creating an understated look, and having your new wall side in seamlessly with your existing decor.

3. Watercolour Wallpaper

Watercolour decor is the hottest trend in the interior design spheres right now. We’re loving this abstract watercolour design with its calming hues and subtle textures.

Our stylists recommend it for a tranquil lounge room or to create a sanctuary in your master bedroom.


Still haven’t found what you’re looking for? No matter! We’ve got an extensive range of zen wallpapers just waiting for your perusal right here.