Meet this Fashiony, Peel-and-Stick Wallpaper Company You Probably Haven’t Heard of Yet
Peel-and-stick wallpaper is seriously one of the best home design inventions. Yes, panels can be pricey, and you do have to take your time installing them for best results. But I challenge you to find a product that packs more decorative punch, can be reversed—and sometimes reused—easily, and requires zero artistic ability to install.
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I thought I knew about pretty much every company under the sun making rental-friendly wall coverings. And yet, when I heard about Wallshoppe’s latest collaboration with fashion designer Clare Vivier of Clare V., which launched late last week, I was wondering where this player in the temporary wall covering game had been hiding for so long?
Maybe you already have the scoop here, but after browsing through Wallshoppe’s site, I definitely learned a little more about the company. First and foremost, Wallshoppe’s products are made in the USA and printed with non-toxic inks in Los Angeles from 30 percent recyclable materials. In addition to peel-and-stick panels, they also offer traditional wallpaper rolls and removable murals.
Like Chasing Paper, another one my favorites, Wallshoppe makes a number of their own prints plus partners on fashion-forward collaborations, predominantly with local West Coast tastemakers. The second Clare V. collab is the most recent example, but you can also shop other patterns from designer Chris Benz, stationery company Sugar Paper, and even one from celebrity interior designer Nathan Turner.
I went through their collection and earmarked a few of their most whimsical styles. With removable panels starting at $58 and traditional rolls starting at $149, now might be the time to splurge on that accent wall you’ve been wanting to create.
Canals by Clare V.
This trendy broken stripe pattern comes straight out of Clare V.’s archives. If you’re not into this earthy, brown and peach colorway, you can choose from 12 other bold combos.
Buy: Canals by Claire V., Starting at $58.00 per 27-inch by 54-inch removable panel
Citrus by Tea Collection
Can’t get enough jaunty fruit prints? Me either. I’d use this cheery coral and teal orange motif for a kitchen backsplash.
Buy: Citrus by Tea Collection, Starting at $58.00 per 27-inch by 54-inch removable panel
For a summery look year-round, try a traditional palm print. The light pink background jazzes this classic design up, but if you want something a little moodier, you can also go with black or indigo behind your fronds.
Buy: Pacifico Palm, Starting at $58.00 per 27-inch by 54-inch removable panel
El Quijote by Chris Benz
This splatter and squiggle combo is almost like having a Jackson Pollock painting right on your walls. Paired with wainscoting trim, exposed beams, and a landscape painting, it embodies the whole traditional modern aesthetic.
Buy: El Quijote by Chris Benz, Starting at $58.00 per 27-inch by 54-inch removable panel
Pop Dots by Clare V.
Mod dots would be super cute in a closet or lining the back of a freestanding bookshelf. A small repeat—plus sunny pink and marigold inks—supercharge this updated classic.
Buy: Pop Dots by Claire V., Starting at $58.00 per 27-inch by 54-inch removable panel