Marsha Wallpaper from Retro Living Wallpaper Book by Seabrook Wallcoverings brings a sophisticated dot to life in a circular fashion. The concentric circles overlap to give a bit of movement to the design. The background has a slight faux finish. The dots have a hint of metallic to the inks to make the pattern seem dimensional in the light. You will most likely recognize this design from HGTV Bargain Mansions. Tamara Day used it on the ceiling of the master closet in Season 3 Episode 7 “Posthaste in a Shirtwaist. Tucked into a a cabinet with down or up lighting, you can see more of the details. Marsha Wallpaper comes in blue, golden, grey, neutral and greige. From a distance the dots offer more a textural look to walls. This understated dot pattern is elegant enough for the penthouse entry. For the converted loft, a faint dot softens the lines of an industrial stair. The modern rustic nature is perfect for the modern farmhouse mudroom. In the powder bath, a simple dot in a pale greige makes an upmarket statement. For the study, the neutral enhances wall panels. Go golden in the living room for a warm and inviting place to entertain. You could also use golden on the ceiling in the formal dining room. With a chandelier's up-lighting the ceiling will glisten. Use the look of a texture in the kitchen for a unique back splash. You could also draw attention to the island with a clean dotted pattern. For the guest bedroom, you can go bolder with an accent wall of blue. Blue is certainly expected in a beach house bathroom. The movement of this pattern lends energy to the family room or game room. Proudly made in USA with water-based inks and paper from sustainable forests, Retro Living Wallpaper Book by Seabrook Wallcoverings has coordinating wall coverings for every room of your home.