Sherlock Abstract Texture Wallpaper from Riva Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings has the look of a painted concrete where the pattern can be used as a faux cloud or even a faux marble. A cross hatch from the back ground peeks through. There is a light wash of color that mottles the surface. A raised textured ink looks troweled on to create veining. The overall style is modern abstract. Sherlock Abstract Texture Wallpaper comes in aqua or peach. This pattern goes distinctively modern in a penthouse foyer. It offers a luxurious faux marble look when guests step off the elevator. The colors and artistic nature are perfect for desert modern decor in Nevada and Arizona. The colors are reminiscent of traditional southwest, but offer a contemporary update in texture to the more simple adobe. The dappling of shadows and highlights creates the effect of a sand storm that becomes an interesting background in the modern farmhouse family room. Not all uptown apartments or converted lofts offer upmarket finishes like marble, quartz and granite. This wall covering allows you to create the look of those finishes in a modern kitchen. This texture lavishly enhances the master bathroom in a seaside condo. The watery aqua hue is breathtaking in the dining room of a beach house. The movement of the pattern has the look of waves with small white caps and offers serene decor for the guest bedroom. In the pool house, this pattern on the ceiling looks like a reflection of the water below. The soft nature of texture would be great for mediation in a yoga studio. It also nestles a new baby into a sophisticated nursery. Coordinating faux finish and stria wall coverings from Riva Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings help you decorate like a pro. The heavy non-woven substrate has designer feel.