Ascot Damask Wallpaper from Ronald Redding's Traveler Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings expresses the dignity and elegance of a silk ascot with a hint of paisley and the richness of a proper gentlemen's club. The matte finish makes the colors more saturated. Distressed details give the design a vintage look. Ascot Damask Wallpaper uses a palette of red, blue, dark blue, black, and off-white. Enrich your entry with a traditional damask wallpaper. Carry off a dramatic and contemporary elevator lobby in the uptown condo. Off-white and deep ecru offer a warm neutral for a half bath. A grand staircase deserves to make a grand statement. The modern loft gets a smart update for the wide open library. Add some leather chairs and a hand crafted wood table to the mix for an organic element. The formality of the ascot in menswear translates well into to a man's home office by giving it an executive appeal. In the den it offers sanctuary and place to display trophies, both animal and ornamental. This paisley hybrid introduces character into the casual farmhouse family room. Use as a feature wall or an accent behind book shelves. Renovating a 1970's paneled dining room can seem daunting, but we have an easy solution. Keep the panels. Paint the paneling and then insert a wall covering for some color and texture. Can you not imagine there is a place in your kitchen for a paisley damask? How about the ceiling? In a lake house or cabin, you might find it the ideal combination with rustic cabinets and a stone fireplace. The ascot provides color, pattern and character to a man's suit, and this ascot wallcovering can do the same for a bachelor's bedroom. It goes James Bond chic in the home theater and pub familiar in the game room. Coordinating textured and patterned wall coverings from Ronald Redding's Traveler Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings makes decorating your home with a designer touch effortless.