Bergen Geometric Linen Wallpaper from A Street Prints Bluebell Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings employs raised inks and dotted lines that layer to become a link like geometric. This pattern comes in both monochromatic and contrasting color options. The textured ink turns what could be a plain design into a realistic faux fabric. Up close the lines look like strands of beads or ribbons. From a distance, this pattern appears to be somewhat dimensional. Burgen Geometric Linen Wallpaper comes in shades of grey, blue, orange, and teal. The simplicity of a linear design is harmonious in the entry. Keep the mudroom casual with a textured wallpaper. Along a hallway, you can see more clearly the implied horizontal stripe. The movement within the pattern keeps a powder room from feeling too small. This contemporary pattern brings a friendly vibe into the cottage living room. You can take a dining room more retro with a geometric wall covering and an Eames table and chairs. For the modern kitchen, apply wallpaper above the lower cabinets and use floating shelves. In the farmhouse kitchen, use a wallpaper to accent open cabinets or line your pantry. The implied horizontal element repeats about 3 inches on the vertical which is easy to use behind the shelves in a book case. You could even use it along the risers of a back staircase for a bit of fun. There is a frequency to the lines that brings energy to a child's bedroom or play room. There is an element of surprise to this pattern in the way it changes with your distance form the surface that keeps bedroom decor feeling fresh. Go for comfort with the decor in a family room or game room. Coordinating wall coverings from A Street Prints Bluebell Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings make complete home decor seem effortless.