An artist's tool
The romantic connotation of Roses can be traced back to centuries of literature and art. The great William Shakespeare said "What is in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet". Another icon, Arthur Miller, wrote "can anyone remember love? It is like trying to summon up the smell of roses in a cellar. You might see a rose, but never the perfume." Roses wallpaper can be the inspiration for you to express your artistic views and desires. Perhaps you can put Roses wallpaper in your foyer or even an arts & craft room. Speaking of smells, for centuries the fragrant petals of Roses have been used in the manufacture of the most expensive and exclusive perfumes. This is also why Roses in works of art always seem so vivid to us, because the colour red and the appearance of this flower trigger in us certain memories. A Roses wallpaper such as Kerstin Dark, for example, can remind us of sniffing in the aroma coming from Grandmother's garden or the scent of Mother's perfume.
Designing with Roses wallpaper
One of the amazing and popular decorative tools by Photowall are the Roses wallpapers. These are amazing works of art that will certainly make the walls look interesting, appealing and pretty. With a wide palette of designs to choose from, you can peruse and select the items that speak the most to you. Printed in natural colours, classic black and white, and multiple splashes of colours, these Roses wallpaper will make your interiors lively and vibrant. If you are going for something traditional and ethereal, maybe you can go for the white rose, which is traditionally known as the bridal rose. A Roses wallpaper featuring this particular type of Rose can represent peace, elegance and tranquility in your home, office or recreational space. Check out "Florian - Emerald" and see how your walls transform into something regal right in front of your eyes. "Twilight Roses" is another Roses wallpaper that adds class and sophistication to any room you chose to revitalize.
The Rose is actually the national flower of England and came to prominence between 1455 and 1485, being used for political reasons during the Wars of the Roses, since The House of York’s seal was a white rose and the House of Lancaster’s was red. The roses were then cross-pollinated and became the emblem of the victorious house, christened the Tudor Rose, which you can see plenty of in Roses wallpaper by Photowall. The flowers different colours signify different things. Obviously there is red for love, but also yellow for friendship, dark pink suggests gratitude, light pink has gentleness lavender, orange expressing desire and lavender traditionally reserved for royalty. This is all wonderfully and artistically depicted in this range of Roses wallpaper, from traditional paintings to more modern fare, featuring roses in all their splendor and glory.