Royal Fern Damask Wallpaper from Damask Resource Library Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings forms a tropical damask of fern branches and fronds. There is a hint of a trellis in the background. The two-tone leaves and branches cover a solid background. Matte inks offer a more designer finish. Royal Fern Damask Wallpaper is available in green, beige, blue, and eucalyptus. For southern homes with a historic significance, iron work is often present in railings, gates and fences outdoors. We feel this fern design lends the look of an iron trellis to your walls. A bright, spring green and white gives off an air of vitality in the entry or atrium. The nature theme is an excellent choice for the lake house powder bath. Although the pattern does have a direction presence, it can easily be used on the ceiling in the study or home office. Layer in more prints on the rug, chair fabrics and decorative pillows to make your contemporary workspace come to life. You might like to the beige and taupe option in the farmhouse family room where neutral colors are still on trend. The eucalyptus variation is reminiscent of Wedgewood China and brings timeless decor to life in the condo dining room. The blue and white sets you up for a twist on the classic French Country look in the bedroom. You can easily use the same pattern but different colors in places like a Jack and Jill bathroom or the different bedroom suites at a bed and breakfast. Remember, you can make a reading alcove out of a window seat in the attic playroom. Coordinating wallcoverings from Damask Resource Library Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings are all Made in USA. The majority of the collection is printed on the DIY friendly Sure Strip substrate and is easy to both install and remove. York remains dedicated to using responsibly sourced papers from managed forests, water base inks and features low VOC for minimal environmental footprint.