Baroque wallpaper bring back the luxury of yesteryear
Typical sign of the baroque is the luxuriant splendour development and the powerful dynamic which are clearly reflected in the art. Kings and princes used the baroque art to show her power and her wealth and to outdo each other. Ludwig of XIV. and the splendour castle Versailles are the model to which the high nobility postagitated in Europe.
Baroque wallpapers are timeless and noble. They are not only embossed by splendour, gold and glamor, nevertheless, they stay luxuriant and prodigal. Typical are the lively Italian style, the playful arabesques, big, ornamentale patterns and stripes. Strong but also bright colours, with amply or discreetly inserted, golden accents characterize the picture.
Besides, the baroque wallpapers must be not be combined compelling with style pieces of furniture. The traditional patterns are also a perfect supplement to modern pieces of furniture. The beauties of this classical style wallpapers are put in scene very expressive by new materials.
In the late phase of the baroque, the rococo developed with the over and over again occurring mussel ornament. Playful, elegant forms, tender and sensitive with the fragrant blossoms, patterned stripes and the pastel colours are the patterns of this laxly light style direction, a clear crossing to the Biedermeier period.
Whether baroque, rococo or Biedermeier period them all come from an impressive epoch of the beauty which is to be found to some extent at our wallpapers at least.