Tulipa Floral Wallpaper from A Street Prints Spring Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings is a masterful William Morris inspired tulip with tiny foxgloves and winding ogee vine layered over a mini leaf background. Open tulips are beautifully veined and have ruffled edges. Some unopened tulips have a spotted appearance. Matte inks make the pattern look like a vintage Arts & Crafts Movement design. Tulipa Floral Wallpaper comes in off-white, green, blue and sage. Use a classic floral in the Colonial entry and up the staircase. In a Federal revival home, public spaces like the parlor or sitting room desire the comfort and grace of a vintage looking wall covering. The historic reference is nice for the bed and breakfast on a town square. We also see it being used in the hallways of an old plantation home. The traditional reference fits beautifully with organic modern design in the converted loft living room. The winding pattern draws attention to wood floors and ceiling beams. For the craftsman style home, we suggest this pattern above board and batten in the dining room. It creates a more open feel in a small powder bath under the stairs. For the lake house, a woodland theme references the surroundings and a botanical wallpaper lends a fresh update to the kitchen nook. If you hate chores, turn your laundry or utility room into a garden like refuge. The guest bedroom becomes an oasis of rest and serenity. In Turkish and Persian decor, the tulip symbolizes perfect love, so use it to decorate the master suite. It can also symbolize the perfect and innocent love of a child when used in the nursery. Coordinating texture and mini prints from A Street Prints Spring Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings makes complete home decor effortless. These non-woven papers offer high quality, upmarket product for in a moderate price range.