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Roundup: Flocked, Not Wallpaper


Not a progressive rock band, a Richard Gere flick, or a group of birds in flight, flocking is actually a type of texture that's applied to a surface. You recognize it most from Baroque and Victorian wallpapers, which were "flocked" to give them a velour texture. While you'll still see this effect on contemporary wallpapers, the typically damask patterns have left an imprint on other home furnishings as well. Here's a roundup of some distant relatives that are rocking the flocking:

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Kimpossible Kimpossible 8 years
LOL LOL we had flocked wall paper in our house when I was little. It was orange and green and even had gold foil LOL LOL... and oh my gosh is it a pain to keep clean, especially with a dog. He had a thick, long, black coat and it would get all over the wallpaper when he would lay next to the wall LOL... oh the memories ;-)
urban-chic-101 urban-chic-101 8 years
I love Brocade Home... but good gawd its expensive!
nancita nancita 8 years
I love those Thomas Paul rugs! Definitely a motif I need more of.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
OoOOoooI love the armoire, curtains, pillows and well everything!
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