Dash and Dart Wallpaper from Geometric Resource Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings is a minimal variation on a mid century motif using raised inks. There is a subtle secondary vertical stripe that can be seen at the outer edges of the print. This design may also be inspired by the minimal motifs in Scandinavian decor. We want to jog your memory on the mustard mid century modern wallpaper that Joanna Gaines used in the house she fixed up for her sister a few years ago. Well that design was discontinued, but we can't help but see the influence here. Dash and Dart Wallpaper is available in beige, grey, blue, green, and yellow. We can see this simple geometric in the farmhouse entry or mudroom. The graphic nature is perfect for the converted loft staircase that has one feature wall and an open railing into the room. If your townhouse has a cathedral entry and needs a contemporary design, this might be the perfect fit. Go bold with a feature wall in the living room. Need to be bit more reserved in the dining room? Use your wallpaper on the ceiling. We think it's safe to safe you won't find another back splash with this design in the kitchen. The ordered symmetry might be useful for organization in the kitchen pantry or utility room. This is an easy accent wall in the bedroom. No gender questions here. Geometric prints fit public spaces like guest bathrooms and home theaters. This geometric has the unique appearance of a diamond with its sides stretched to the extreme. This kind of energy is great in a child's playroom or the family game room. Carryover patterns from Paper Muse and Ashford Geometrics get new colors and coordinate with wall coverings from Geometric Resource Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings. As with most wallpapers produced by York, the bulk of this collection is proudly Made in USA.