I actually don't remember where I bought the paper. It may have been Lowes years ago...it could be discontinued. I handpainted and textured the finish on the paper. Anaglypta paper was a common hard-wearing choice in the latter half of the 19th century. This wallpaper was highly decorative and painted in dark, extravagant colors — and it often showed up on the ceiling too. It isn't a particularly common choice for a modern interior, but given that it's really hard to remove, you could try hand painting the paper in a contemporary color to achieve an interesting finish. Since most people don't spend much time in the hallway, you can use a profusion of colors and patterns.