Driftwood Grain Wallpaper from Mixed Materials Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings exaggerates a specialty cut that showcases the beauty of an otherwise useless wood for architecture. While driftwood cannot be used for construction or building, it can offer interesting material as art. This unique wood grain delivers a kaleidoscope effect of oversize oval and diamond shapes. Heavily textured inks along with contrasting inks make this design extremely realistic. Driftwood Grain Wallpaper in tones of grey, beige, taupe, blonde, and honey. Unlike the average wood plank, this planed version of wood is quite contemporary and works beautifully in the entry or stairway of an urban condo or downtown penthouse. Across from a wall of windows that give an industrial vibe, you may want a faux wood wallpaper to bring back a touch of nature. Offered in a very neutral palette, one can easily envision this wall covering in a contemporary farmhouse living room or den. Use it as an alternative back splash in the kitchen or rustic appeal in the breakfast nook. Modern art would display perfectly against this modern faux wood on the walls of an uptown apartment dining room. Add a luxurious wood look the the walls of a master or guest bedroom. Expressive ceilings in a modern media room or game room bring character and a new layer of texture. Enlist an elegant wall covering to update the interior of your lake house or mountain cabin. This realistic wood wallcovering makes a striking backdrop for an artists loft. It presents the graceful presence of nature in a spa or salon, and adds a luxury to the walls of a home office. Coordinating designs are available in Mixed Materials Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings. These thicker, non-woven designs offer saturated color and foil inks for rich details and luminous accents.