Absaroka Shiplap Wallpaper from Advantage Stones and Woods Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcovering uses rough cut planks on the horizontal with long vertical cross timbers creating a mountain cabin style wood wall. Not your traditional white washed ship lap whose popularity has been revived by Joanna Gaines, this more rustic venture translates well into urban settings. Possibly named after the Wyoming-Montana mountain range or wilderness, you can practically bring the outdoors inside. Absaroka Shiplap Wallpaper is available in off-white or brown. Having the hint of railroad ties and cross timbers, this pattern evokes images of the industrial revolution. It could perhaps be used in a small railroad museum featuring a gallery of photographs. Looking for a unique backdrop for your rural photography studio? Look no more. Design one of a kind family portraits with your individual character. If you hand craft metal signs or wood plaques, this would be the perfect background on which to display them for sale in your store. Create a new juxtaposition for rugged mid century decor in a living room, or home office. In lieu of a headboard, center this rustic wall covering behind the bed from floor to ceiling to become a feature. Turn your industrial loft into a comfortable home with an added wood element along side concrete columns and floors. Layer the ceiling of your basement with a faux wood wallpaper to create a game room with warmth for the kids to play during cold winter months. The lighter variation of this wall covering fits well into the living room or dining room of a contemporary farmhouse. One might even use it in the bathroom or kitchen of a beach house. From the town house to the farmhouse, there is something for everyone in Advantage Stones and Woods Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcovering.