Geo Dome Wallpaper from James Joseph Rewind Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings abstractly patterns ovals and rectangles together in varying sizes and prints for a modern geometric. Weathered inks make the design appear a little worn like a vintage poster or piece of art. Solids are saturated while the semi-solids appear like cement or denim. The last of the textures is a frayed pin stripe. The mixing of the shapes and the prints gives the design a dimensional and almost random appearance. Some might see architectural renderings or studies on positive and negative space. Geo Dome Wallpaper comes in yellow, turquoise, navy and red. A graphic print is ideal for use in a converted loft or a small studio apartment. Think retro in the guest house entry/mudroom. Give people something dramatic to look at while they climb the stairs by wallpapering the landing. Men tend to like patterns that look organized and neat, so your guy might actually let you wallpaper the den. In the living room, a small geometric motif would be the perfect accent to built-in bookshelves. Restore a mid-century sideboard for the dining room and line the interior shelves and drawers with wallpaper for a designer touch. Borders have been out for a while, but the clean lines of this pattern will allow for a custom border in the kitchen. You can run it horizontally the length of the roll to give yourself less seams and then repeat it on the backsplash. Layer the colors of your kids' bedrooms by coordinating bedding, rugs, and furniture with the wallpaper on their ceiling. Make the most of wall panels in the media room. Think outside the decorating box and use a dynamic geometric wallpaper in the garage office. Coordinating wallcoverings from James Joseph Rewind Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings offer designs that fit into retro and modern interiors for kids and adults. These pre-pasted and extra washable patterns are made by The Norwall Group, Inc.