Townsend Paintable Wallpaper from Anaglypta XII Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcovering is an ornate stripe with laurel wreaths surrounding a flower made of a daisy center surrounded by pineapples. Those stripes are separated by two thin dotted stripes with a small floral stripe in between. As a symbol of victory and honor, the laurel wreath suggests a regal presence to a trophy room, a smoking room or a historic drawing room in a manor house or grand estate. This lovely stripe adorns the walls of a little girl's bedroom with a pretty garden of flowers. Similar to a traditional damask stripe, this wall covering works well in a hallway or entry to provide a more formal appearance. Installed below a chair rail, you can dress up the walls of a living room or dining room with a touch of texture. Create a colonial style bedroom or bathroom in your Bed and Breakfast. Coordinating expanded vinyls give dimension to these paintable wallcoverings. Custom glazes or dry brush finishes can really make them pop!