Tropical Toucan Wallpaper from Norwall Manor House Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings has a combination of pineapples, vines and birds which celebrates the heritage of South America and manor houses of landlords of the pineapple plantations. The faux marble or subtle damask background makes the winding vines and pineapples stand out in an almost three dimensional way. The pen and ink details are accented in colored flowers and leaves in a beautiful mixed media. Tropical Toucan Wallpaper comes in colors like grey, beige, yellow and blue. Use this symbol of welcome in the entry of your vacation home to greet guests coming for dinner. In Colonial decor the pineapple is a symbol of hospitality and should be used in public spaces like the powder room or sitting room making guests feel welcome. The winding vines create a vertical element appearing as a loose stripe for a causal dining room. Add warmth and whimsy into the modern kitchen with floating shelves and even a traditional kitchen with ornately carved cabinetry. Decorate the breakfast nook or common room in a bed and breakfast with a pineapple and toucan wallpaper promoting friendship. Laundry is often a dull task, so why not use a tropical wall covering in the utility room to lift your spirits. Design the living room in your island bungalow with a lavish vine that tucks exotic birds and tropical fruit a comfortable decor. The open blooms look like a clematis expressing an open welcome into the guest bedroom or bathroom of a summer cottage. We expect you might find this pattern on the walls of a cabana or pool house bath with pineapple accessories and umbrella striped fabrics in bold colors. With coordinating stripes, faux grasscloth, faux wood parquet and Jacobean prints, Norwall Manor House Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings makes complete home decor effortless.