Remember how enamored I was by the fabulous green flocked wallpaper at Kenmore? It was made by Adelphi Paper Hangings, which specializes in accurately reproducing historic wallpapers by hand using traditional methods. The Kenmore paper, Everard Damask (English, circa 1760) is based on a paper fragment in the collections at Colonial Williamsburg. I think it is amazing how wonderfully these old designs can work in a contemporary setting. They are so bright and clear ~ and show how much our ancestors loved color! If you are interested in seeing more historic wall coverings, Historic New England has an amazing online database of their collections (which I love to browse).