Empty walls are boring {adults play with stickers too}

Ok, full disclosure, in general, I’m not really a fan of wall decals.  I mean, they always seemed a little like cheating and perhaps even a bit tacky.   When I  would stumble across one I liked I always thought “I could so do that myself…” and, of course, never did.  But all that was before I found these beauties.   And I’m so glad I did!  I’ve had people ask my opinion on wall decals in the past, and now I have options to give them that are not only cost effective, but a quality product, stylish, and even have that divine handcrafted look.

So, thank you, fabulous designers, for rocking my world just a bit!

Have any new ideas?  Check out these designers for some inspiration!

1. Shanna Murray has a line of charming wall stickers as well as other illustrated items you’re going to need as soon as you see.  (event photos taken by Nole Garey of Oh So Beautiful Paper).  |  2.  Write you own poem and use Pottery Barn teen’s collection of words to write it out on your wall!  This is so not just for teens…  |  3. Harmonie-intérieure creates beautifully designed text full of wonderful messages and homey sentiments.  The shop grew out of this couple decorated their own home!  |  4. House & Hold created this brilliant chalkboard sticker!  Perfect for an office, as part of a gallery wall, or, well, pretty much anywhere (even fridge!)

Happy Wednesday!  The weekend will be here soon!

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