Watercolor Waves Wallpaper from Living With Art Wallpaper Book by Seabrook Wallcoverings creates waves of color with a watery fade that looks abstract and contemporary. It is oriented horizontally on the paper but could also be installed to show the lines vertically. Colors fade into one another seemingly randomly. This design is excellently paired with Abstract Floral Wallpaper in the book since they share the same palette. Watercolor Waves Wallpaper comes in smoked peach, French navy, deep sea and golden dust. Abstract designs are often thought of as excellent coordinates for places like ceilings, bookshelves, staircases, cabinets and wall panels. Some would relegate them to rooms like the mudroom, laundry room, kitchen, pantry or bathroom. Let us stretch your visual box for a moment. For a deep entry, we propose using this wallpaper from floor to ceiling on all the walls, and then a high gloss matching paint for the ceiling. If you want to make a splash in your beach house, take this wallcovering up the staircase and paint your treads to coordinate. In a hallway with multiple doors, a pattern with horizontal movement helps move the eye through the space. On the sunporch, you can celebrate a sunset with wallpaper. In the living room, use wallpaper to make a feature of your fireplace or TV wall. In the lake house dining room, the pattern resembles glistening light on ripples of water. This design is theme neutral, and that makes it ideal for a Jack and Jill bathroom. And what about the nursery? If you cannot settle on a theme, just work with the color palette. Awning stripes are not the only style you can use in a cabana or pool house bathroom. Coordinating wall coverings from Living With Art Wallpaper Book by Seabrook Wallcoverings help you create a gallery style home decor. Each paper is environmentally friendly with responsibly sourced papers and proudly Made in USA.