A wallpaper that imitates old sketching always looks very stylish. It creates a comfortable and also work atmosphere, ideal for an office or a small living room.
The roman style: vases, garlands of beads and flowers, elegant curls of leaves – all these elements are perfect for the creation of luxurious palace interiors. And the white colour of the picture, making it look like a skilful stucco (titles DAMASK ON CORK and CAMEO) adds elegance and gloss to this wallpaper. Florals – one of the most popular patterns, not only of the Biltmore mansion, but of all palaces.
So, of course, floral wallpapers are a very important part of the Biltmore collection. There is the Queen of flowers – the rose – in the lush and very refined BOUQUET design (the flowering branch is enclosed in an elegant twisted rosette); and tiny Royal lilies of the FLEUR D'LYS design; and there are the luxurious Oriental florals of the DAMASK title. Another floral ornament (title PALM LEAVES) – is probably a reference to the great orangery of the Biltmore estate. In addition, the pattern of large palm leaves is both quite classic and at the same time very fashionable. The millionaire George Washington Vanderbilt II was, among other things, a collector of luxury goods. In his palace Biltmore there is a great collection of precious statues, paintings and tapestries. Their beauty is conveyed by the bright and very voluminous non-woven photo murals TAPESTRY and SCENERY, which look very similar to ancient gobelins. Another very spectacular one is the SCENIC design, which is reminiscent of the finest handmade carpet.
It’s a little bit aged and faded by time. This nice scene of the pastoral life with a musiсian and charming girls was especially printed on vinyl. Such wallcoverings can be used in moist rooms, for example – kitchens. They can even be wiped with a damp cloth if it's necessary. The rest of the Biltmore designer wallpapers are printed on high-quality paper with a thin layer of vinyl coating to protect the patterns. Designers of the Biltmore collection offer as wallpaper-companions: classical stripes (STRIPE and ORNAMENTAL STRIPE titles), a luxurious stone imitation (the MARBLE design), a very fashionable fabric imitation (design GRASS) or a pattern, that looks like an old cracked plaster (FAUX).