Pinecone Ribbon Wallpaper from Ronald Redding Arts & Crafts Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings stems from an 1898 fabric pattern designed by British Architect CFA Voysey that uses a winding ogee of leaves to create a loose damask of pine cones and cornflowers. The style exhibits nature and may be seen by some as antlers. Watercolor inks keep the pattern feeling light and open. The generous scale is ideal for rooms with tall ceilings. Pinecone Ribbon Wallpaper is available in teal, neutral, green, charcoal, and blush. Lavish the entry of your lake house with color and pattern. A decorative wallpaper in the half bath introduces your personal style to guests. The movement of the leaf tendrils creates a climbing motion echoed when ascending a staircase. A dancing ribbon would be pretty in the sitting room for dreamy decor. With nature being the influence, this wallpaper hints at masculine decor for the den or a man's home office. Bring the outdoors into the living room for a garden reference. The simplicity of this pattern makes a graceful statement in the modern farmhouse family room. Create a board and batten base with a wallpaper above for a delightful craftsman style dining room. With small tiles and layered tile patterns in the kitchen, a large scale wallcovering above the counters opens the space while adding subtle color. Slightly whimsical is a good thing in the laundry room because it helps make chores feel less like work. A guest bathroom should be inviting and coordinate well with the guest bedroom. Earth tones and watery hues are being incorporated into neutral bedroom decor to create a sense of warmth and comfort. Use the accent colors as a springboard for curtains, linens, rugs and accessories to effortlessly attain a purposeful design. Coordinating wallcoverings from Ronald Redding Arts & Crafts Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings blend beautifully into the decor styles of Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau, Craftsman and Mission.