Blake Texture Stripe Wallpaper from Advantage Fusion Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings has the look of strips of burlap rolled out to create a wide band horizontal stripe. Raised inks give a realistic texture to the pattern. A brushing of metallic ink makes it a touch light reflective. Each horizontal band of burlap is about 7 inches. Variations of extra loose weave subtly slips in a vertical element. The style along the lines of the Organic Modern and Industrial Chic decor trends. Blake Texture Stripe Wallpaper comes in bone, dark grey, denim and light grey. The rustic look of burlap is stylish and organically expressive in the loft entry. We see it creating a cozy sense of welcome inside panels in the condo elevator. The warm neutral of bone could be used throughout the great room in your penthouse and makes a striking backdrop for your gallery of modern art. Consider the light grey in the mudroom or laundry room where white cabinets and shelves look clean and organized. Moody decor dictates that you go darker in the den or media room. The lighter neutrals offer open and airy design in the beach house or lake house living room. Picture a rustic wallcovering on the ceiling in the farmhouse dining room with a cool, custom rustic light fixture. You may think us crazy when we say these two words: kitchen backsplash. Think on that a moment. If you're not quite that brave, maybe the pantry? Cabin and lodge decor often lean toward masculine, but think about how popular burlap can be at country weddings. When done right, you can blend a faux burlap wallpaper with wood sculpture, fresh flowers and embroidered linen curtains for a serene energy in the bedroom. The Advantage line by Brewster Wallcoverings brings effortlessly coordinating wallpapers to your home at a budget friendly price. Fusion Wallpapers are contemporary with the appeal of luxury textures.