Mosaic Wallpaper from Norwall Fresh Watercolors Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings employs a painterly brush stroke on triangles to create a grid of faux stone mosaic tiles. The faint grid creates secondary square and diamond shapes. The style is abstract kaleidoscope because some of the brushstrokes blur the edges. This is very much an artistic expression of stone tiles. Mosaic Wallpaper is available in grey, blue, pink, ochre and black. The grey variation is the perfect neutral for a modern condo with both warm and cool tones. It camouflages pocket doors and a Murphy bed in a studio apartment when you treat them the same as the rest of the wall. There is a rustic appeal to this visual texture that would be great in a cabin living room. The warm tones in the ochre blend well with natural wood in a mid century style den. Mosaic adds character to the kitchen back splash. The mottled texture is a nice accent in the back of book shelves. It softens the hard lines of tile and cabinetry in a guest bathroom. This energetic visual texture makes a strong impression in an otherwise minimal bedroom. Pink is easy on the eyes in a little girl's bedroom. It also has a soft focus that works well in a lady's dressing room. The blue offers the hint of a sky dappled with clouds on the ceiling of the game room. You might also use it in the pool house bathroom. If you have a large family and your kids share a bedroom, we have a hack for you. Wallpaper the back of a large book case to use as a free standing room divider with bonus storage. Coordinating prints and faux finishes from Norwall Fresh Watercolors Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings makes complete home decor painless. A cohesive palette of colors coordinates from room to room and from wall to ceiling.