Vintage Bloom Wallpaper from Norwall Manor House Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings turns the traditional cabbage rose into a contemporary floral with its neutral color combination of grey and beige. Black, taupe, caramel and white are added to create shadows and highlights that add more realistic details. This massive bouquet is like a beautiful hand painted applique over a medium matte grey ground. This trek into the traditional takes on a contemporary character in the choice of color. 1940's set design and theater design takes on new life with a floral wall covering. The painted versus life like quality is perfect in a cottage living room. Decorate a romantic master suite with cabbage roses on the walls and luxurious linens on the bed and windows. With a feminine touch and a contemporary color palette, feature this vintage style wall covering in a home office. Slightly rustic, we see this pattern as a feature in the decor of a farmhouse dining room. Renovating an urban loft may seem like a foray into madness, but this classic design takes on a rough concrete floor with gusto creating a shabby chic meets industrial vibe in the entry or breakfast nook. In the average suburban home with picture frame panels, these large blooms become an accent of artwork. Cottage living at it's best, this floral design enhances the guest bathroom above a wainscot with a powerful statement. Simply divine in a study, substantial pattern stands out in a desk alcove or reading nook. Transform an attic into a delightful guest room for your bed and breakfast. Give some attention to a drab back stair, a plain mudroom or dingy laundry room with a cheerful floral wallpaper. With coordinating stripes, faux grasscloth, faux wood parquet and Jacobean prints, Norwall Manor House Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings makes complete home decor effortless.