Jan Damask Paintable Wallpaper from Paintworks Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings artfully blends the ornamental elements of the Rococo style and the organic motifs of the Art Nouveau movement for a delightful damask. The background for this lovely traditional motif is a flat non-woven paper. The expanded vinyl for this design is lightly textured to simulate the appearance of a fabric. Originally damask was the woven pattern on fabric and has been around since about 300 BC when it was first seen in China. Moving into the 17th and 18th centuries, the pattern more often exhibited a silken thread. This sheen distinguished the pattern from the working class, making its way into the royal courts. A love for period dramas in streaming television has brought the pattern full circle into the modern home. An expressive damask in the grand foyer creates an ambiance of luxury. A sweeping staircase is ideal for a large scale damask. Rich color and a glossy finish makes the half bath magnificent. A stylish tone on tone egg shell finish in the study presents a lavish backdrop for your video meetings. A deep olive or garnet keeps in tradition with the home library. Royal blue in the formal living room accentuates a rich crushed velvet settee and silk chairs. A warm cream in the formal dining room is delightful with mahogany furniture. Earth tones like ochre and terracotta can be used in the kitchen, the heart of the home. Go lighter with a robin's egg blue or butter yellow in the nursery. The growing little girl will be certain to like a lavender in her bedroom. Design a sensational retreat with metallic silver in the master suite. The Hollywood glam home theater can be nothing but metallic gold. Find coordinating textures and designs in the Paintworks Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings to make complete home decor easy.