Canterbury Bells Wallpaper from Ronald Redding Arts & Crafts Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings dangles bell shaped flowers from vines like fairy lights. The pattern is an archival inspiration from British architect and designer Charles Voysey. These lovely garden flowers are said to symbolize gratitude and faith. Some may look at the blossoms and think of tulips. The watercolor finish makes the pattern more whimsical in its artistry. Canterbury Bells Wallpaper comes in a palette of white, sage, navy, neutral, blue, and taupe. A large scale floral wallpaper creates an organic modern statement in the foyer. With board and batten in a coordinating color, your craftsman style hallway and staircase showcase creativity and craftsmanship. Taupe would be quite dramatic in the powder room with a touch of black and metallic champagne. Use wallpaper behind your desk or to accent book shelves in the home office. A subtle neutral with grey and beige fits effortlessly into the farmhouse family room. Imagine it in a corner alcove or around a window seat that holds games. A watery blue makes wave in the lake house dining room. The tender movement of stems, leaves and flowers help to swaddle baby into a loving nursery. Pink, orange and green are perfect for a little girl's bedroom. Create a whimsical wonderland in an attic playroom. A simple sage green is serene in the guest bedroom. It would be lovely in the cottage bathroom as well above a crisp wainscot. A deep navy with brighter floral in the foreground increases the depth of the pattern in a master suite with an artful hand. Coordinating wallcoverings from the Ronald Redding Arts & Crafts Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings allow for the layering of pattern and color to effortlessly pull together maximal decor. Most of this collection is made in the USA.