Jungle Cat Wallpaper from Ronald Redding's Traveler Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings hides snakes, monkeys and jaguars within lush trees and curling leaves on backgrounds of rich matte color. This pattern is the epitome of Jungalow decor. Monkeys play. Jaguars lounge. Snakes coil. Jungle Cat Wallpaper is avilable in blue, orange, black, beige, white and dark green. A generous botanical wallcovering changes an entry into an indoor garden. Exotic designs belong in the powder room where they make a statement about your home's decor. Use a jungle wallpaper on the staircase so everyone can experince the design as they move up or down the stairs. Decoration and design are about interaction with the decor. Create the feeling of a vacation in the home office that allows you to remain relaxed and productive. Luxury and world travel go hand in hand, so it's no wonder the living room becomes a lavish space with a tropical wallpaper. Dramatic dining rooms begin with dynamic wall coverings. The utility room moves from utilitarian to extraordinary. A Jack and Jill bathroom easily handles a bold pattern in the shared wet space while using a more subtle texture in the adjoining vanities. Coordinate your colors to the bedrooms. The guest bedroom inherits tropical decor worthy of a vacation rental. Hotel chic master suites are engaging retreats. Start with a jaguar wallpaper, add an animal print rug, bring in some live green plants and maybe an orchid to complete the look. Convert an unused attic into an fascinating playroom for the kids. Hang a hammock chair, introduce a vintage trunk, and you have yourself and Indiana Jones worthy adventure. The pool is an alluring outdoor space, so a jungle pattern in the pool house is ideal. It draws the outdoor inside. Coordinating textured and patterned wall coverings from Ronald Redding's Traveler Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings makes decorating your home with a designer touch effortless.