Two New Removable Wallpaper Collections for the Fickle Decorator
This one time, a sticky situation is a good thing.
So you have your heart set on using wallpaper to give your home an instant boost. Now comes the hard part: which print to choose. The toughest thing about deciding on a design is finding one you can live with for the next several years, but that's easier said than done thanks to changing trends, wildly varied pricing, and the time that goes into getting the installation just right. Enter Chasing Paper, the stylish yet affordable purveyor of quirky, design-forward removable wallpaper.
The brand recently collaborated with artist Lisa Congdon to create a whimsical collection of wall treatments in three bright colorways. Folk feels like an illustrator's approach to a Scandinavian village, with playful trees, teacups, and household items scattered across the surface. Little Village is a more literal take on the town theme, with line-drawn clusters of cathedrals and townhouses dominating the scene. And Poppy takes its namesake flower as inspiration, translating a display of bursting blooms that recalls a wildflower field.
Abstract lovers will also find plenty to love in the company's recent collaboration with artist Kelly Ventura, which features three hand water-colored designs in a rainbow of shades. Our favorite? Delicate Thoughts, a rorschach-like print that seems to change with every glimpse. The best part: they're all available for a reasonable $35 per panel, so there's no pressure in choosing the one you like best.