Fresnaye Linen Stripe Wallpaper from A Street Prints Imprint Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings uses textured inks and hundreds of lines to create a modern stripe that, to be honest, looks a bit like the human genome. The finish looks like a painted canvas or maybe fabric. This is not your average stripe. With a layering of lines, it brings a more random look to walls. Across the pattern, the widths vary from 3/8 inch to 2 1/4 inch. Fresnaye Linen Stripe Wallpaper is available on a palette of blue, light blue, light grey, neutral, black, and grey. Whether you see this pattern as ribbons, ripples, or simple layers, there is no limit to where it can be used. It makes a modern accent in the entry. It's fun and energetic in the mudroom. The vertical nature makes a small powder room look taller. But there is also a nice horizontal element that helps a skinny hallway feel wider when you place this design on the end wall. In the converted loft, it might be interesting to wrap columns to give them a different dimension within the space. It becomes a striking graphic behind built in book shelves. It draws attention to a built in desk in the study. There is a casual nature to this linen looking stripe that fits well into the modern farmhouse family room. It works well in the beach house living room. For the dining room, it becomes a random background for your art. In the kitchen, it transforms the island or the back splash. Stripes are wonderfully neutral. Bedrooms are easily given room to grow and change from children to adults. Bathrooms can be shared.
Coordinating wallcoverings are available in A Street Prints Imprint Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings for effortless home decor.