Arthur Thistle Wallpaper from A Street Prints Annalie Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings is a modern William Morris style floral of spiked thistle blooms in terracotta and peach with green leaves. This incredible nature motif is a perfect representation of the British Arts & Crafts Movement. The thistle motif is appropriate as it is the national flower of Scotland. The name Arthur Thistle Wallpaper could be a fun nod to the legendary King Arthur. Morris' habit was to use mineral pigments which created rich, earthy designs. Each thistle is close to the size of a lady's hand. The greens are layered with the darkest being the stem, medium as the background and the lightest used for the leaves. This dramatic floral wallpaper can be used anywhere. Walls. Ceilings. Furniture. Imagine the comfort of a garden in the entry. Pattern on the staircase in earth tones enhances natural wood stains. Continue it into the Mission Style living room or the Craftsman dining room above a high wainscot. Color is returning to kitchens. Green cabinets are on trend, so it would be easy to coordinate your cabinet color with your nook wallpaper. Bathrooms don't have to be boring. The trend now is multiple sizes of tiles, so a large scale floral wall covering helps to soften all those shapes and cleanse your visual palette. Reds and oranges incite passion and energy, so use this botanical design to set the mood for romance in the bedroom. Sun porches have become indoor garden rooms where you can retreat and revitalize. Green is the color of grass and trees, so it evokes a sense of harmony like nature. Coordinating wallcoverings from A Street Prints Annalie Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings allow you to layer prints and colors for stylish decor. Use the wallpapers from this collection on walls, ceilings, furniture and more.