Tate Geometric Linen Wallpaper from A Street Prints Bluebell Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings creates an abstract geometric with what looks like thin strips of linen fabric for a textural graphic. There is an overall textured ink that makes the background look like a fresh canvas. The thin strips are slightly irregular giving the pattern a hand painted look. There is almost a watercolor feel to the finished product. Tate Geometric Linen Wallpaper in shades of grey, green, pink or blue. Tate is appropriately modern in style and the name makes us think of the Tate Modern in London. Okay, so maybe it's not museum worthy, but you can certainly use it to create a gallery space for your modern art collection. Treat the landing of a staircase like a work of art using wallpaper. The openness of the design keeps a small room like a powder bath feeling large. This expressive pattern is great for an artist's loft. The casual nature and exuberant energy fits the farmhouse family room. Maybe use it in the desk alcove or to line the insides of cubbies and open cabinets. Simple is the way to go when using a geometric in the lake house living room. Have some fun in the beach house kitchen with a funky wall covering around the island or the breakfast nook. Jazz up a boring utility room. Shapes and color are two building blocks of a child's learning so use this pattern in the play room. Update your Jack and Jill bath with an upbeat wallpaper. The simplicity of this pattern lends itself to Scandinavian inspired decor. Go big or go home mom! Put this geometric on the ceiling in your teens bedroom for that wow factor. Coordinating wall coverings from A Street Prints Bluebell Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings make complete home decor seem effortless.