Misaki Trees Wallpaper from Advantage Windsong Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings expounds upon the Japanese fondness for tree art with a Scandinavian twist. Tall trees, short trees and even what could be a moon or sun dot the landscape. You may recognize a Japanese Maple, Japanese Pine, and a Bonsai. This eclectic pattern of trees brings whimsy and charm to any room. The texture of the pattern is similar to a painted canvas. Misaki Trees Wallpaper comes in yellow or red. Use this delightful wallpaper above a wainscot in the entry. A whimsical forest is appropriate for the mudroom and may even encourage kids to put their belongings away. Use the colors to coordinate cushions or cabinetry. Half baths are a good place to decorate outside your normal box. It gives you the opportunity to be a little daring. How fun would it be to use a tree wallpaper in the hallway, so you actually have something to look at while you walk? A picturesque design on the landing of a staircase makes a nice surprise. Install a scenic wallpaper inside picture frame panels for the beginnings of an organic modern home office. The organic nature of a tree motif enhances mid-century modern design in the living room. For a traditional Japanese dining room, we recommend a tree wallcovering on the panel doors. The pattern becomes retro in the galley style kitchen with metal cabinets. Gleeful play begins with imagination, and Misaki Trees Wallpaper is a perfect place to start in the playroom or child's bedroom. For the post war bathroom with original tiles, you may choose the teal and coral combination that would be period appropriate. In the modern farmhouse bedroom, the sunflower yellow with moss and taupe accent your usual neutrals. Coordinating print and texture wallcoverings from Advantage Windsong Wallpaper book by Brewster Wallcoverings offer budget friendly designs for every home.