This New Aelfie Collaboration Is Basically Like One Giant Piece of (Peel-And-Stick!) Art for Your Wall
From rugs to bath towels, it’s easy to spot an Aelfie accent: The Brooklyn-based textile brand specializes in all things quirky, punchy, and just plain cool. Naturally, it was only a matter of time before they put their signature designs on wall decor, and the company’s latest launch just so happens to be a collection of wonderfully in-your-face wall coverings.
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In collaboration with WallPops, Aelfie’s new peel-and-stick wallpaper line debuted last week with four super vibrant print additions. There’s the the playful, abstract Doodle; the animal-inspired Leopard; the geometric Madaket; and the retro-looking Kiki. The latter features both warm- or cool-toned versions, while the remaining patterns each come in three or more fun colorways.
This crossover marks Aelfie’s first ever wallpaper series and, although the designs skew incredibly bold, I love how fresh and versatile they feel overall. You don’t need to make a full room commitment here, either (unless you want to, of course!) — turn the space behind your bed or sofa into an easy one-and-done accent wall, or incorporate a pop of color into a small entryway or hallway. Each pattern essentially doubles as a massive piece of art in and of itself, meaning they’re all perfect as standalone focal points, or better yet, a backdrop for your gallery wall or an oversized mirror. Best of all, thanks to WallPop’s peel-off application process, the wall coverings are both renter-friendly and relatively low-stakes decor additions, should you decide to redecorate down the line.
You can shop the full Aelfie wallpaper line via the WallPops site, with rolls priced at just $59 per pattern. Not sure how many to get? WallPops can actually do the math for you: just type in your wall dimensions, and voilà. If you’re still on the fence or debating between multiple prints (understandable), there’s also an option to order 99 cent samples and try before you buy, or even upload a room photo and preview the look digitally. I’d advise doing so sooner rather than later, though — I anticipate these ultra-unique accents selling out quickly (especially my personal favorite, the Keith Haring-esque Doodle design, pictured above).