Archer Linen Geometric Wallpaper from A Street Prints Bluebell Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings is a retro block print with ellipses inside squares and a faux linen finish. The textured inks make each square appear to be a painted canvas. The layering of contrasting colors makes the pattern appear more random. Each square is approximately 7 inches with a combined pattern repeat of 20.9 inches. Archer Linen Geometric Wallpaper using grey, red, light blue and green. This modern wall covering has the appeal of an Andy Warhol painting with its repeating shapes and changing colors. You might use it in the entry or along a staircase for a bold first impression. The mudroom is a great place to use a fun print and brighter colors. The larger scale is great for a powder bath. The light blue is refreshingly upbeat for the contemporary study or home office. Your condo living room will be the cats meow with a cats eye shaped geometric wall covering. Make a feature wall in your contemporary dining room to give it a designer look. Three words: kitchen back splash. This is no ordinary design, so your kitchen quickly becomes extraordinary with an accent of wallpaper. For you fashionistas, this retro print is great for a girls bedroom. Boys won't mind the look of blocks on their walls. This pattern distinctly creates a headboard in the guest bedroom. Above the tile in the bathroom, this pattern gives you multiple color options for accessories. Create a desk alcove with a wallpaper and an unused closet. Go full on Mod Squad with the inspiration for your home theater. If this is a little too bold for your everyday look, use it in surprise places like on a ceiling, inside the pantry or linen closet. Coordinating wall coverings from A Street Prints Bluebell Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings make complete home decor seem effortless.