A nursery just isn’t complete without some added details on the walls. Artwork and decals can really allow your personality and eventually your child’s personality to shine in a room design. With a wide variety to choose from, Wallums provides a little bit of everything for every style, whether you land on the more traditional or modern side of the coin.
We always love decals for a child’s room because they are less of a commitment than traditional wallpaper or a hand painted mural, not to mention a whole lot easier and less expensive! They also provide a great solution for apartment dwellers who aren’t able to change the paint in their rental.
Wallums’ matte finish decals allow their many beautiful color options to blend seamlessly onto your walls. You can truly get a mural-like finish that visitors may mistake as hand painted. However, if you’d like to add a little glitz or glam to your nursery design or home, you can opt for one of their non-matte finishes like a shimmery gold, copper or silver vinyl.
We love that you can get color samples to make sure you’ve picked the perfect finish to complement your design.
If decals aren’t your thing, Wallums also has a large collection of art prints. Personally, we love the dog art prints.
How amazing are these chalkboard decals that you can change up with your own chalk drawings and writings—perfectly on trend and adorable.
Why stop at the nursery? We love how these birch tree decals look in the living area below.
There was a time when borders were an absolute must in every nursery. You can bring back this easy splash of fun and pattern using Wallums’ new printed borders, and like their other products, they are easily removed and reusable. And the best part? No more wallpaper paste!
Wallums is part of our 2014 Holiday Gift Guide + Giveaway this year, so be sure to enter for a chance to win a $100 shopping spree to Wallums, as well as everything else in our Gift Guide. Which design would you pick?
PERK ALERT! Project Nursery readers can receive a 20% off discount using the code PN14 (code expires 12/19/2014).
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