This Fruity, Flowery Removable Wallpaper Is a Juicy Addition to Your Rental

published Feb 28, 2020
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Spring is fast-approaching, and with change of seasons comes change within the home. Out with the old and in with the new, as the saying goes—and this seasonal collection of removable wallpaper speaks that message loud and clear. 

Tempaper just launched a collaboration with photographer Brittany Wright of Wright Kitchen to bring a colorful array of spring wallpaper to life. Focusing on colorful

The removable wallpaper company decided to team up with Wright because of her joyful approach to photographing arrangements. The collection is meant to inspire curiosity for even the most common items by using vibrant colors and shapes. 

“Once we figured out that spring would be the best time to complement what I do, I kind of went off of that,” Wright told Apartment Therapy. “It was a really long selection process—it’s like picking your favorite kid. I wanted to pick photos that I thought could look good in children’s room, bathroom—ways to bring food outside the kitchen and into a yoga studio or doctors office.”

The spring wallpaper line includes four different patterns, three of which are food-focused (Citrus Gradient, Kiwi Pattern, Papaya Pattern) while the other is Dahlia Gradient. Wright calls her food-focused prints “produce pattern,”  jokingly saying that she wants to make fruits and vegetables cool again. 

“Tempaper has always been dedicated to providing a variety of beautiful designs that connect with a wide range of audiences,” Tempaper Creative Director and Co-Founder Jennifer Matthews said. “This collection embraces a unique approach to home décor, which I love.”

“It was my first time doing anything like this, and I’m excited to see what people do with [my art],” Wright said. “I make the art but at this point it’s bigger than me, it’s for everyone now. It’s cool to see people’s unique expression of something I made. It inspires me in a different way.”