Seesaw Geometric Faux Linen Wallpaper from A Street Prints Theory Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcovering is a study in positive and negative space using triangles to make a diamond shape. Lightly raised ink brings the faux linen finish to life. It also gives the edges a hint of ikat. The back and forth motion creates a strong graphic and a secondary 3 1/2 inch vertical stripe. Seesaw Geometric Faux Linen Wallpaper is available in shades of grey, slate, green, and multi-color. An energetic geometric makes a condo elevator foyer thoroughly modern. Be adventurous with a powder bath because it sets the tone for your home decor. Use an audacious print on the staircase. It adds character to the risers as well as the adjacent wall. There is a wonderful mid century vibe to this pattern in a dining room. This pattern makes a bold feature wall in a contemporary living room. Have some fun in a kitchen by using a geometric around the island. Clean lines are a desired trait by men and can bring a masculine flair into a den or family room. Graphic wallpapers are a great way to showcase built in book shelves. Hide a murphy bed in a studio apartment with a wall covering on the outside that becomes the central theme of your decor. If you need a gender neutral design for a Jack and Jill bathroom, look no further. You can easily use a coordinating patter in one of the accent colors to make the vanities match adjoining bedrooms. The dimensional nature of this geometric will make a focal wall in the bedroom more exciting. The balance of the design means it can be used in a dynamic way on a ceiling. Coordinating wall coverings from A Street Prints Theory Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcovering makes multi-room decor a breeze. Whether you want to keep a similar theme or color palette, this collection has what you need for today's modern home.