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French Damask Wallpaper design which takes elements of a traditional damask pattern and adds contemporary embellishments particularly through the use of stunning colour combinations. A wallcovering from the Anna French Wild Flora Wallpaper collection.
using a damask pattern in electric colors, such as this eye-popping blue and green. Keep the rest of your home neutral to avoid competition between walls and furniture. This color makes a great choice for spaces with minimal furniture, such as hallway or bathroom that needs something dramatic to bring
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photo) and damask — covered the walls and lined the armoires and chests of the gentry. The earliest documented form of wallpaper in England dates from around 1509: a woodcut Italian-inspired pomegranate design printed on a proclamation by Henry VIII.
Linen Damask," which looks to be the same fabric as the one shown here.
linen damask interacts with black-and-white panels. Notice the extremely small-scale pattern on the rug: this is a great trick for introducing another pattern for texture’s sake without going overboard. The very small scale almost makes it appear a solid color so the look doesn’t push the limits.