Norse Tribal Wallpaper from Norlander Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings blends the look of a Norwegian wall hanging with a mosaic using raised inks for some texture. The style is similar to hand beaded tapestry. It also has the look of a hand embroidered cloth. Triangles are paired to make a diamond shape that is connected by small hexagons. Each diamond is approximately 12 inches tall by 7 inches wide. From a distance you can see spokes like a wagon wheel. Norse Tribal Wallpaper comes in beige, grey, green, blue, brown and red. Welcome guests with an energetic wall covering in the entry. This intricate pattern draws attention to a staircase. Hint: you can use it on the risers as well as the wall. The subtle beige hints at a mosaic tile in a powder room. Accent the back of built in book shelves in your study. The geometric can take you into a mid century vibe in the living room. And it transitions into a contemporary dining room effortlessly. The speckled background of the grey has the look of granite and would be a stunning back splash in an apartment kitchen. While in a condo, it can feature your tray ceiling and modern light fixtures. Tuck it behind the shelves in a pantry or open cabinets. In a shared bedroom, anchor the separate spaces with a few strips of wallpaper behind each bed. Create a focal wall in the master bedroom. In the vanity, this pattern gets accessorized by metal Moroccan style fixtures for an earthy sense of comfort. In the game room, this tribal motif makes the perfect coordinate to your world travel souvenirs. Inside picture frame panels, it brings an artisan feel into the media room. Add some texture to the walls in the pool house bathroom. The bulk of coordinating Scandinavian influence wall coverings from Norlander Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings is made in the USA.