Akira Leaf Wallpaper from A Street Prints Annelie Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings has the appeal of a block printed leaf on a faux linen background. The pattern makes a layered botancial. These overlapping leaves are approximately 10.4 inches tall, so a large print. The distressed inks create a casual appearance. The contrast of leaf color on a pale neutral linen gives the pattern dimension. Akira Leaf Wallpaper is available in taupe, grey, navy, and coral. Bring the outdoors right into your entry. A graphic pattern on the walls softens the hard lines of cabinets and cubbies in the mudroom. A block is appropriate in the mission or craftsman style hallway and staircase. In the den or the study, use a decorative wallpaper behind the shelves in a bookcase. Nature themes are excellent in the lake house living room. The grey is ideal in the modern farmhouse family room. Leaves would be a nice addition to the cabin dining room, maybe on the ceiling. Create a sense of comfort at the lodge eat-in kitchen with a casual wallpaper. The simplicity of this pattern is great for the a pantry or utility room. Leaves suggest nature in an organic way that keeps the nursery theme sophisticated. The navy blue on grey is delightful for the cottage guest bathroom or bedroom. It can be used above a painted wainscot or floor to ceiling, and accented with linens in shades of blue, grey or white. The warmth of a khaki and beige becomes the first layer in relaxed decor for the master bedroom. Combine with a linen or other texture on the ceiling. Coordinating wallcoverings from A Street Prints Annelie Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings exhibit the styles of Scandinavian, Craftsman and the Arts and Crafts movement. It offers the comforts of home through designs inspired by yesteryear with a vintage European flair.