Southwest Stripe Wallpaper from Stripes Resource Library Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings has a hint of faux grasscloth for a tapestry or industrial looking stripe. The background has two tones. The grass like faux texture also has two tones. These effects make the stripe appear somewhat dimensional. Southwest Stripe Wallpaper uses a tone on tone palette of tan, grey, blue, and green. A neutral stripe in the entry brings a classic appeal to your condo or penthouse foyer. Go for industrial chic in a converted loft with a simple stripe along side the industrial staircase. Give a small half bath under the stairs the feel of being larger. Vertically it can make the room feel taller. Horizontally it can make a room feel wider and more roomy. In a long hallway, a stripe helps create a sense of movement. The subtle change across the stripe makes for a beautiful monochromatic study. In the modern farmhouse family room, this tapestry like stripe wall covering adds comfort to the decor. Design a sleek and contemporary living room with a casual grace. Set an elegant tone for dinner parties in your dining room. Stripes are wonderfully gender neutral and should be used in a guest bedroom or bathroom. They are a versatile way to decorate a child's bedroom because the stripes can stay on the walls as the rest of the room changes. Go understated with the wallpaper in your game room to draw attention to the features like a pool table, dart board, foosball table, big screen TV, etc. The blue variation brings denim tones into a lake house great room. The shades of teal in the green option lavish walls of a beach house with a tropical undertone. Effortlessly coordinate stripes throughout your home using Stripes Resource Library Wallpaper Book by York Wallcoverings. Made in the USA. Sure Strip easy to install and fully removable.