Inez Geometric Wallpaper from Chesapeake Fable Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings color blocks your walls in rectangles split on the diagonal. The pattern appears slightly dimensional using shades and tints. The rectangles gather into vertical columns and horizontal rows, while the diagonals make their own statement. The rectangles measure approximately 2.5 inches across and 5.5 inches tall. Wedges of color look a little like ramps. Although each triangle slice has its own piece of the puzzle, the whole makes a stylish graphic. Each of the color variations has five colors within its puzzle of shapes. Inez Geometric Wallpaper is offered in mustard, neutral, pastel and teal. Geometric prints are fun for kids and adults alike. You should expect to see them in shared spaces like the mudroom, a staircase, the laundry room, a game room, and a guest bathroom. You might also find them on the ceiling in a hallway or behind the shelves in kitchen pantry or linen closet. Kids love playing with blocks and will enjoy seeing blocks on their walls. Pastel is an obvious choice for the nursery. Remember that wallpaper can be used on smooth surfaces like doors and furniture for custom accents. Place a geometric wallpaper in the back of a bookcase to help make toys and books stand out. Teal presents a nice Scandinavian feel that can be accented effortlessly with winter motifs like polar bears, snow owls, snow leopards and penguins to make toddlers shriek with delight. Neutrals provides a touch of glam with a metallic pewter and nickel that can be accented with tiaras, chandeliers, thrifty designer crib and plush fabrics. Mustard and grey is more retro and least like to be nixed by teens. Coordinating wallcoverings in kid friendly themes from Chesapeake Fable Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings are printed on non-woven papers with a new parent's budget in mind.