Dyed Ogee Wallpaper from Small Prints Resource Library Wallpaper Book by York Wallcovering infuses a tribal dying technique with a small chain of ogees as an organic beauty. We picture dyed fabrics hanging in a market in Mumbai. The style is also called ikat where you can see the bleed of ink along the edges of a pattern. You would definitely see this design on chairs or ottomans in a boutique. There is a saturated nature that helps give depth to the design. Dyed Ogee Wallpaper comes in shades of beige, taupe, yellow, purple and blue. Bring an easy bohemian vibe into your studio or apartment. Neutrals bring an understated pattern to the walls of your condo entry. A simple geometric is stylish in a powder bath. The small scale lends itself to the insides of cabinets and cubbies in the lake house mudroom. If you are tired of just plain grey everywhere, add a pop of plum and feature built in cabinets in the family room. Create a comfortable dining space that makes guests want to stay longer. Liven up a laundry room so chores don't feel like they take forever. You can keep things neutral in the farmhouse kitchen but still add some charm to the back splash or breakfast nook. Add a playfulness into a child's bathroom. Yellow gives a sunny disposition to a garden room or sun porch. It's also lovely in a baby's nursery and keeps things gender neutral. The blue variation is oh so cottage chic in the guest bedroom. With no significant open background this print quickly adds character to a bedroom ceiling. This entire coordinating wall covering collection is proudly Made in USA on designer quality, high end paper. It is eco-friendly with water based inks, managed renewable forests, Low VOC and cadmium and mercury free.