Tumbled Stone Paintable Wallpaper from Architectural Inspirations Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings is made with expanded vinyl. Expanded vinyl is kind of puffy and creates a realistic raised pattern. The background of the paper has a rough texture that will look and feel similar to real grout lines. The indentions in the individual stones make them have weathered look. You can easily paint this pattern a solid color for a more modern approach. Or you can go all out and use a smaller brush to paint the grout lines one color, and then layer your colors on the stones to create a rustic masterpiece. It's all about the time you want to spend and the look you desire for the end result. Of course there are the typical places to use stone like the fireplace, a pony wall, or a kitchen island. It goes well in the entry or along a staircase in a loft. But let's think outside the box a little. How about using it on the ceiling in your wine cellar? You can use it to hide a Murphy bed in a vacation rental. It makes a nice back splash in the studio apartment kitchen. If you're tired of an open floor plan, you can use IKEA book cases and cover the back to organize one space while giving character to the next. In the salon, it becomes the focal point for your logo and reception desk. For the the theater, it becomes movable set design that can be reused for different plays and musicals. Whether you need to update a historic home that has restrictions, or you have a brand new condo that just needs a hint of texture as an accent, Architectural Inspirations Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings gives you effortless decor options.