We instantly know that the focal point of the room is the dining table and chairs — because it is in the center of the room and has been “pointed to” with the linoleum inlaid floor. It is only after we have taken in the table that our eyes wander to the red draperies, the pie cabinet and yes — the red ceiling. This room is so 1940s decorating style.
Ryton-on-Dunsmore farm house has stood mostly untouched since the 1940s,& I have to say I have NEVER seen a wallpaper treatment like this and wonder if it is pre-War, and would have been quite impressive when this property was purchased just after WWII? Daily Mail Online