Laurel Leaf Ogee Wallpaper from Ronald Redding 24 Karat Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings draws inspiration from the ancient Romans and the times of Ceasar with a modern twist. This interlocking garland creates movement on a large scale. The understated design offers more than one shape. The ogee is joined by a simple arabesque and an oval. Once again neo-traditional becomes the new modern classic. Laurel Leaf Ogee Wallpaper comes in green, navy, grey, gold, black, orange, brown, and teal. Accentuate a tall entry with a climbing graphic wallpaper. The curves are pretty and create a sense of motion when ascending or descending a staircase. Make a powder bath under the stairs appear much larger. Elementary elements are the foundation of modern farmhouse design. You might like this pattern in the living room with heirloom furniture. For the converted loft, have a little fun with extra high ceilings by drawing attention to them with a geometric wallpaper. Uncomplicated is the way to go with Colonial decor in the dining room. A hint of color and a clean shape make all the difference. Explode your sense of style and scale with a large ogee as the back splash in the kitchen. You can echo it around the island to give the print more impact. Fresh colors turn this standard geometric into the slightest of feminine touches in your daughter's bedroom. Take advantage of the palette in the guest bathroom for coordinating accessories. Make the attic a whimsical playroom where the wallpaper climbs from the walls onto the ceiling. Create energy in the game room and focus in the office. In the beach house, turn the pattern sideways for a more wave like approach to your decor. Coordinating wall coverings from Ronald Redding 24 Karat Volume 2 Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings make stunning decor positively effortless.