Cabaret Wallpaper from Antonina Vella Deco Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings hints at the elaborate costumes of dancers with their peacock feathers in soothing curves. The name Cabaret immediately makes us think Bob Fosse and musical theater. Feathered fans were used by the chorus line to enhance the choreography and musicality of a number. The pattern could also be interpreted as an abstract palm frond. Cabaret Wallpaper comes in a contemporary palette of taupe, black, beige, white, grey and green. In a Miami Beach entry, this print blends tropical with Art Deco. The large scale of the the pattern is perfect for a town home's grand staircase. With movement in both the horizontal and vertical directions, the pattern would be wonderful on the ceiling in a Hampton's study. Bring maximum drama into a powder bath with the dark peacock green and blue. Let this theatrical design take center stage in a contemporary living room. Tone on tone grey would be stunning in a formal dining room. In a modern kitchen, you can have your monochromatic white scheme and still have your wallpaper too. Try it around the island or inside open cabinets. The warmth of the taupe is dynamic in a master bedroom while still remaining neutral. The fluid movement is a nice contrast to the hard lines of tile in a master bathroom. Turn your spare attic into a guest retreat and list it on Air BNB. Cabaret has a powerful presence in a home theater with the black and gold variation. The more subtle beige with aqua accents makes a cottage sitting room sensational. Add the finishing touches to a feminine office with a pretty flourish on the walls. Coordinating wall coverings from Antonina Vella Deco Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings makes decorating your home effortless. With patterns that go both feminine and masculine, there is something for everyone.