When I was about 6 we moved to another house in 1966, and my bedroom had this wallpaper which reminds me of the fancy teardrop/floral designs used on the inside of the covers of very old books.
One night I woke up crying after having a terrible nightmare because of that wall paper, I dreamt that the little designs on the wallpaper were all eyes looking in.
The sense of time may be off due to my age, but it seemed like the next day I came home from school and my room was totally redone, now it was bright, clean and fantastic!
They had put up a white easy clean vinyl wallpaper, and over the new red and white plaid sofa bed there was a mural in the wallpaper of a big sailing ship, it was all done with red lines like a drawing.
The carpet was a deep red to match.
My bed was now a 4 poster, dark stained pine I guess, and the curtains I think were red and white, a dark stained pine corner desk with a bookcase on it, and wood spoke back chair, and several chests of drawers and a night stand all the same.
My nightstand lamp matched the decor, it had a sailor statue as part of it.
I seem to remember the furniture was Ethan Allen, I would guess my parents went through them to have the room redone.
The ceiling lamp fixture was replaced with a 4 light wood ship's wheel lamp that has those glass jars for the "shades" you can still buy.
I really liked that room a LOT but we moved a year later.
Only thing I have from the room is the ship's wheel ceiling lamp and it's hanging in my bedroom today.