Frequency Stripe Wallpaper from Norwall Fresh Watercolors Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings goes beyond a traditional stripe with the back and forth motion of wave or frequency lines in a diffused palette. The watercolor style gives the pattern a hand painted look. It can give the effect of a painted canvas or concrete. There is an artistic vibe to this rustic stripe. As with any stripe, vertical makes a low ceiling feel taller. You can make an oblong room fell more square with a horizontal stripe on the shorter walls. Frequency Stripe Wallpaper is available in yellow, blue, pink, beige and grey. The soft focus of this stripe wall covering is great for the lake house entry because it hints and shadows across the water. Instead of marble tile on the walls of your condo foyer, this abstract stripe lends an industrial finish to the walls. Use this stripe vertically to accentuate the tall ceilings in a converted loft living room. Change to a horizontal installation in the beach house dining room for the appeal of looking on the horizon. A stripe is easily gender neutral for a nursery. It is great for Jack and Jill bathrooms where the colors of the adjoining rooms can be coordinated. If you have a back or attic stair that feels closed in, this stripe might help open it up a bit. Warm neutrals are easy to combine with natural wood tones in a den or home office. A soft yellow livens up a laundry room. The pale pink is oh so pretty for a little girls bedroom. The classic grey tones are on trend for the open floor plan and contemporary designs of a high rise apartment. Coordinating prints and faux finishes from Norwall Fresh Watercolors Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings makes complete home decor painless. A cohesive palette of colors coordinates from room to room and from wall to ceiling.