Kazac Shibori Wallpaper from A Street Prints Theory Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcovering blends the Japanese dye technique of shibori with a contemporary southwest print. You may see a hint of Aztec tapestry motif here. The diamond and stair step shapes are familiar. There is a light ikat detail to the edges of the design that bring a more hand crafted look. Kazac Shibori Wallpaper comes in shades of pink, grey, turquoise and multi-color. The tapestry style makes this pattern uniquely able to simultaneously be contemporary and traditional. In an entry foyer, you can feature this wallpaper and a traditional piece of art at the same time. You can also use it in a contemporary uptown apartment along side black and white photographs. In the ski lodge, the living room takes on a warm and cozy feel. At the lake house it becomes a pretty backdrop to the scenery. If you are definitely needing a southwest style for your adobe dining room, we recommend the the earth tones of the mutli-color variation. You could also feature the ochre tones in the mostly grey variation in a bedroom. The grey and pink tones are beautiful for a tapestry effect in a baby's nursery or little girls bedroom. The spruce tones with some turquoise have a bit more of a masculine appeal. You might try it in a den or a home office. Most people wouldn't even think of putting wallpaper on the ceiling, but this masterpiece in the game room would be fund to decorate with. Add some oversize leather chairs, some modern pottery and cozy throw blankets if you use it in the home theater. Coordinating wall coverings from A Street Prints Theory Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcovering makes multi-room decor a breeze. Whether you want to keep a similar theme or color palette, this collection has what you need for today's modern home.