Queen Anne's Lace Wallpaper from Norwall Farmhouse Living Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcovering layers this delicate summer wild flower with tiny white blooms into a silhouette of branches. Up close you can see the tiny details of the flowers, while at a distance the larger branches look a little like trees. The slight hint of a faux linen peeks through the painted background. Queen Anne's Lace Wallpaper provides a tone on tone pale palette of beige, grey, blue and green. Keep your entry light and breezy with a wildflower wall covering. The layering of the pattern gives it a somewhat random nature that can create movement along a hallway or up a set of stairs. Set against a rustic apothecary cabinet or unfinished wood cubbies in a mudroom, this pattern adds an air of sophistication. Decorate your casual living room with a subtle wallpaper and some hand made furniture. Allow this floral wall covering to draw your eyes up to the beams on the ceiling in your family room. Combine with ship lap in your dining room for a contemporary farmhouse chic decor. Forgo the contemporary cabinets and combine this charming print with rustic cabinets that have fabric or chicken wire on the doors. The lightweight design will give an open feel to a sun porch or garden room. This pattern is cottage chic in a attic bedroom. Give your guest bathroom a cottage chic appeal with a simple floral wallpaper and fresh white linens. Similar to baby's breath, the dainty flower adds a sweet appearance to the walls of a nursery or little girl's bedroom. Wild flowers bring a relaxed atmosphere to a home office or utility room where stress and obligation need to take a back seat. Pleasant and homey with an air of country sophistication, coordinating wall coverings from Norwall Farmhouse Living Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcovering make decorating fun.