Scallop Wallpaper from Boho Rhapsody Wallpaper Book by Seabrook Wallcoverings uses dots on a faux finish to devise an Art Deco influenced shell design. The style is also called an Art Deco fan. The background has a hint of faux finish. Paired with the irregular sized dots, this gives the design a more hand painted look. Scallop Wallpaper comes in red, blue, green, greige, and grey. This simple shell motif makes a beautiful statement in the beach house entry. The style fits perfectly with Art Deco condos in Miami and Los Angeles. It becomes a decorative surround in your elevator foyer. In Chicago, you can use this scallop for a period appropriate converted loft bathroom. The sweeping form enhances a grand staircase. The dotted detail is unassuming in an uptown apartment study. It adds a touch of whimsy into a reading alcove. The neutrals make a subtle statement in a contemporary living room. In the craftsman style dining room, use this design above a high wainscot to flatter the wood work. Let your kitchen back splash or nook strike up the conversation. Who says laundry rooms have to be utilitarian? Go clean and simple in the master bedroom for classic decor. The curved lines of the shell pattern are a nice departure from the strong lines of tile and cabinetry in the bathroom. The Art Deco period was the height of 1920s – 1940s fashion and would be fashionable in a ladies dressing room. It wasn't called the roaring 20's for nothing. Lavish parties were all the rage for high society. We suggest this scallop design in the ball room or dining room for large gatherings. This shell print allows you to take your home theater in an old Hollywood direction. Coordinating wallcoverings and fabrics are available from Boho Rhapsody Wallpaper Book by Seabrook Wallcoverings to make complete home design effortless. Contact the showroom for information on fabrics and additional wallpaper patterns.