Brynne Watercolor Wallpaper from A Street Prints Scott Living 2 Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings creates a mosaic with vertical “tile” brush strokes in harmonious repetition. The irregular shapes made by the top layer of watercolor make portions of the pattern darker. This also gives a realistic hand painted vibe. While the rectangles are vertical, there is a stronger horizontal stripe that occurs. Brynne Watercolor Wallpaper uses a palette of blush, green, indigo or yellow. Add some color and visual texture to your mudroom built-ins. It lays in beautifully behind an open cabinet or cubbies. The scale is nice for application on the risers of stairs. You can complete the artistic design on the landing. Greens and blues are still strong interior colors, so use them in the half bath with a vessel sink on top of a sleek vanity to round out the decor. While a mosaic design might be too strong for the walls of a home office where zoom meetings might be destracting, you can easily apply the wallpaper to the ceiling. Go ahead and say it. We know you are thinking how fresh it will be in a mid century living room. Tie your mid century style into the landscape with a green to echo the forest outide a cabin or blue tones that parallel the waters and sky around a lake. Board and batten is clean and timeless in the dining room, but it begs for color on top. This modern watercolor makes a convincing mosaic back splash in the kitchen. For the modern nursery blush and yellow still blend wonderfully with neutral paint and won't tie you into a particular theme. Bands of horizontal color help lower an extra tall ceiling in the bedroom to make it more cozy. Coordinating patterned and textured wallcoverings are available in A Street Prints Scott Living 2 Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings for complete home decor. This designer collection is printed on high quality, non-woven paper.