• Wall & Decò Wallpaper.


    Posted on 8th December, by Dana Tomić Hughes in product design. 3 Comments

     

    Even though I’m not necessarily a huge fan of wallpaper [all the time], there is no denying that this is one of the quickest and the most cost effective ways to give any space a bold splash of personality. So, if you are going to do it – do it well I say.

    I came across a fun product by Wall & Decò Wallpapers on Daily Tonic. When I looked them up I realised that they had a huge range of really interesting wall-coverings I hadn’t seen before. They even have a graffiti wallpaper! What??? I know! Extreme love!

     

     


    [Images via DailyTonic and ArchiTonic.]





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    3. Giò says:

      wow my favorite is absolutely the one with the giraffe



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