Damask, once restricted to formal rooms, has today come into much more general use than ever before in its long history. In this adaptation to our 20th century life, two extremes of patterns have evolved. One is characterized by new colour effects, the other simulates a fabric dulled and worn by age. And under good decorators or discriminating householders, damask covered furniture and window and other draperies are successfully associated with fine furnishings of many periods. Add new life to your kitchen at a fraction of the cost of a new dishwasher.