Rosali Scroll Damask Wallpaper from A Street Prints Annalie Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings is an elegant damask made of the scrolls and leaves you might expect to see in historic home districts. They are used as decorative ironwork on fences, gates, staircases, windows and doors. Some leaves look a little more like feathers while others are more realistic like ivy and acanthus. The palette is both tone on tone and monochromatic. Rosali Scroll Damask Wallpaper comes in two neutrals: grey and cream. A subtle damask wallpaper in the entry and along the staircase is time honored. You can see it in European manor houses, in the Southern United States Victorian cottages, in coastal bungalows and the traditional farmhouse. Damask and scroll designs transcend time and decor trends. We recommend them in the sitting room and study for a versatility that allows for the blending of vintage and contemporary. A basic tone on tone wallpaper offers a gender neutrality and can easily be used in a den and a bedroom for comfort without being too masculine or too feminine. Utilite the grey variation in the dining room with metal napkin rings, wire baskets and maybe a floral table runner for a classic dining experience. Recreate grandma's country kitchen with a simple wallpaper, gas range with cast iron pans, embroidered cup towels and gingham curtains. The graceful movement and nature motif makes a case for balance and relaxation in the guest bedroom. The style is sophisticated yet delicate for a baby's nursery. Update heirloom furniture with accents of wallpaper inside cabinets, lining the drawers and covering the insets on doors. Go the extra mile with the wallpaper on top of the dresser or dressing table. Cover it with glass that will separate it from scuff marks and make it more durable. Coordinating wallcoverings from A Street Prints Annalie Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings allow you to layer prints and colors for stylish decor. Use the wallpapers from this collection on walls, ceilings, furniture and more.