Leather Lux Wallpaper from Ronald Redding's Traveler Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings has the exotic look of a crocodile skin in mosaic form with embossed and gloss inks to make the pattern appear more organic. The roughly 3/4 inch squares combine for a larger 20.8 inch pattern match. Leather Lux Wallpaper creates a rich palette of green, off-white, beige, charcoal and brown. Step off the penthouse elevator into a chic lobby with a pearly off-white mosaic wallpaper. The gloss inks will have a bit of shimmer in the light of an atrium. The luxurious golden beige is opulent in a powder bath. For a truly lavish spectacle, carry it onto the ceiling and use gold fixtures. A deep hunter green brings nature and life into a room. You might use it in an organic modern setting with hand crafted wood furniture in warm tones. Green is good for a mediation room or yoga studio because it promotes thoughts of balance and relaxation. The off-white can also lean pale grey and would make a stunning back splash in the kitchen. It's also somewhat ethereal in the vanity of your bathroom. A faux leather creates an stylish executive look in the study or home library. The cordovan brown offers the same exquisite tailored look as a hand made shoe. For the contemporary grey and white palette that has been the trend, use the charcoal create a feature of your electric or gas fireplace. It will present the effect of tiny stones as an overall texture. Charcoal can be sexy in the master bedroom like a man's finely detailed suit. The brown becomes a deep auburn in the home theater with the grace and elegance of old Hollywood. 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.