Lovebirds Folk Stripe Wallpaper from A Street Prints Folklore Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcovering turns the popular love bird motif into an engaging tonal floral stripe. The stylized Nordic birds perch upon the stems of flowers. The subtle tonal contrast of colors has a timeless appeal. Lovebirds Folk Stripe Wallpaper comes in grey, light pink, navy and slate. Introduce a lovely floral motif into your entry. The vertical nature of the stripe works well with a staircase so pattern changes perspective as you climb. The changing colors help create movement along a hallway. Give the illusion of a taller ceiling in the sitting room with a stylish stripe wall covering. The transitional motif allows for a blend of contemporary furniture in a traditional style home. The decorative nature of this pattern would be beautiful in the dining room of a craftsman home. Use an outdoor motif in the kitchen nook at the lake house. This feminine floral allows your furniture and accessories to be classic and simple in the study or home office. Birds often symbolize freedom, so let your beach house great room soar outward from a feature wall of a bird themed wallpaper. This two tone stripe is perfect for a bed and breakfast's shared bathroom. Design your farmhouse master bedroom with a romantic love bird pattern on the wall behind the bed. Envelope your new baby into a cozy nursery with a pretty print that features affectionate little birds. Decorate your guest cottage with a casual elegance that draws people from around the world to your Air BNB listing. Turn an unused attic into a she shed or diva den where you can get away from life's hectic pace. Each palette provides multiple coordinates in A Street Prints Folklore Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcovering that make complete home decor effortless.
Lovebirds Folk Stripe Wallpaper
Priced & packaged in double roll bolts
Width: 20.5 in – Repeat: 20.9 in Straight Match
Length: 33 ft (per double roll)
un-pasted, washable, strippable
Buy a 21 inch sample HERE.
Ships within 48 hours
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