Ona Terrazzo Wallpaper from Chesapeake Fable Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings represents a favorite of stone with the confetti appearance of random stone pieces. The pattern has a playful party vibe to it. The random looking print is a versatile coordinate, but can also stand alone. Ona is a direct coordinate with one to three patterns within each of the three color sections within the book. The small “stone” size makes this design good for small spaces like stair risers, bookshelves and drawers on furniture. Ona Terrazzo Wallpaper comes in mint, pink and charcoal. Use a simple wallcovering to make the perfect nursery backdrop for behind the crib with art or monogram. For the mom who doesn't like accordion doors on a closet, you have two options. You can cover the doors with wallpaper to make them blend better when they are closed, or you can remove them and then apply a wallpaper to the walls that will show behind storage bins and clothes rods. If your kids are like my nephew who loves all things geology like rocks, minerals, and gemstones, this is a fun wallpaper for their bedroom walls. Crafty moms will like how this stone motif applies to the sides of a dresser and even the front of the drawers to customize their most recent thrift store purchase. Consider also that you can use this pattern on the ceiling. Now let's go a step father and imagine that you can take the blades off a ceiling fan and add wallpaper to the underside that makes a fun statement against a plain white ceiling or disappears against the same pattern on the ceiling. Boys don't necessarily like polka dots, but organic spots might still work. More than one color option means you can collaborate with your kids on shared spaces like bathrooms and playrooms. Giving them input helps them feel connected with their space. Coordinating wallcoverings in kid friendly themes from Chesapeake Fable Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings are printed on non-woven papers with a new parent's budget in mind.