Wallpaper company Cole & Son has produced its Woods wallpaper for several years now, but the pattern shows no sign of growing old. This month alone, the paper has popped up in the pages of Elle Decor and Country Living.
When a seemingly trendy pattern exhibits such staying power, it's a signal that it's moving beyond mere trend. Even more conservative home decorators should now consider this unique and haunting paper for a room in their home. Here, I've gathered inspiration images that show how the wallpaper can bend to fit a number of rooms and styles.