Wallpaper of the Week: Linen Damask Wallpaper

Friday, December 16, 2011

Wallpaper of the Week: Linen Damask Wallpaper

In this week's installment of "Wallpaper of the Week," we take a look at Seabrook Designs' Linen Damask Wallpaper from the Maison Gallerie Collection.

The Linen Damask Wallpaper, created by Seabrook Designs as part of the Maison Gallerie Collection, features Black and Neutrals colors. It is vinyl-coated, washable, strippable and unpasted. The design as an aged or antique quality to it, as if the paper were found in a dust-encrusted room of an old Victoria house. The pattern is an ornate and beautiful design rendered in black. 

Damask is a reversible fabric made of either silk, linen, wool, cotton or synthetic fibers with a pattern woven onto it. Damasks date to the Middle Ages. 

This wallpaper would look best in a master bedroom or perhaps in a dining room. A homeowner with a desire for aesthetics might also have it hung in a study or library, depending on the desired look. It would also look rather fantastic hung on the walls of a shop that sells vintage furnishings, a cafe, restaurant, or a clothing store.

It's sold in a minimum of 2 single rolls that are physically packaged as 1 large double roll covering approximately 60 square feet (27 in. Wide x 27 ft. Long).

Check out last week's "Wallpaper of the Week," a paintable wallpaper from York Wallcoverings.

And if you have any questions about obtaining and hanging the Linen Damask Wallpaper in your home or office, 

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