Flora Wallpaper from Norwall's Flourish Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings is a simple botanical made of sprigs of flowers. We have spotted carnations, larkspur and a simple round wildflower. Half of the botanical pattern is in sketch form and the other half in full color. It is almost like a historical botanical where the drawings were a study in flowers. Flora Wallpaper comes in a palette of green, black, cream, grey, pink, and blue. Nature in its simple form goes on display in your lake house entry. Wild flowers are a great option for the powder bath. Wispy leaves and small blossoms are easy on the eyes in the mudroom. This lively print becomes botanical artwork in picture frame panels in the study. Use it in the sitting room to create a vintage vibe for when you have friends for tea. This graceful little print brings the indoors into your utility room for a breath of fresh air. There is a black and white variation that fits into the new palette of the modern farmhouse family room. The classic blue and white option blends into the French Country or English Cottage theme of a guest house dining room. The neutral cream variation is nice with natural wood cabinets in the cottage kitchen. Try a lovely pink and green combination in your little girl's bedroom. The style is a subtle transition in the urban apartment with modern furniture. The colors of spring bring warmth to an otherwise cold attic bedroom. Turn a boring bathroom into a veritable garden of wild flowers that will make your guests smile with the added bonus of easily coordinating towels and rugs. Coordinating wall coverings from Norwall's Flourish Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings bring cottage decorating together. This collection is printed on pre-pasted paper with a washable vinyl coating.