Tudor Paintable Wallpaper from Anaglypta XII Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcovering is one of the original designs created by this British company. The tiniest of polka dots creates a textured background for the dappling of fleur de lis. Each fleur de lis is approximately 1/2 inch wide by 1 inch tall. Balanced and symmetrical rows suggest stability of the English throne as the symbol is often used in heraldry of noble houses. This timeless motif speaks to the traditions of drawing rooms and parlors, manor houses and grand estates. When used below a chair rail in the living room or dining room, you can draw attention by dry brushing a contrasting color or applying a gold or silver leaf. The embossed nature adds dimension in a bedroom or bathroom. The small scale of this pattern easily adorns built in book cases and open cabinets with a timeless relief. Inset into picture frame panels or a seating alcove, this wall covering adds a classic texture and design to your walls. Coordinating expanded vinyls give dimension to these paintable wallcoverings. Custom glazes or dry brush finishes can really make them pop!