Rowan Wallpaper from Ronald Redding Arts & Crafts Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings is an elegant toss of berries and branches with a dimensional effect. There is a harmony created by the symmetry of the leaves. The Rowan tree is a European species sometimes call the “bird berry tree” because the bright berries attract birds. In Celtic Mythology, they represent courage and protection. Prolific patterns like this one are excellent coordinates to larger designs, but can also stand alone. Rowan Wallpaper is available in shades of rust, dusty blue, navy, red, black, neutral and teal. Introduce nature into your entry. The style is ideal for a cabin drop zone or the farmhouse mudroom. The Mission or Craftsman staircase makes a traditional statement with a branch and berry wallpaper. Men will like the rustic appeal it brings to a den or home office. An all over pattern is useful in a bathroom under the stairs because you can take it up from the walls and straight onto the ceiling. The dusty blue draws a parallel to Colonial decor in the living room. Rust is appropriate for the dining room of the 1970's Ranch you are updating. The country kitchen often has a small scale botanical above the cabinets and connects to the breakfast nook. Also trending are neutral, simple patterns in the pantry. Navy blends beautifully into a contemporary bathroom with white or grey tiles. A rich berry red in the guest bedroom fits well with Amish furniture and makes a picturesque statement for your VRBO listing. Go bold and dramatic in the master suite with a black wallcovering. 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.
Priced & packaged in double roll bolts
Width: 27 in – Repeat: 24 in Straight Match
Length: 27 ft (per double roll)
un-pasted, washable, strippable, non woven
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