Do you often find yourself “commitment impaired” when it comes to making home decor decisions? Or are you living in a place where you risk your security deposit if you put too much "self expression" onto your walls? If any of this sounds familiar, read on.
The cool retro style of these removable and reusable fabric wall tiles have been reproduced (with permission) from the art of Jack Denst. You can choose from a wide variety of designs in various different tile sizes and color runs, many of which draw their color palette from trends of the 1960’s.
All of these wall tiles are easily applied to any smooth, clean surface and their bold effect will instantly transform any space with a bold new look. Then later, if you need to move, or if you simply change your mind (we already covered that commitment issue thing, didn’t we?) the tiles can be easily removed and reused, leaving no damage or residue And you can also use these tiles as a way to add punch to your furniture or cabinets. Pretty genius, huh?
Take a closer look at a few examples below, to get your creative inspiration started.
The bright orange and hot pink hues found in “We’re in the Money” are a super hot color trend this year and will add a retro vibe in almost any setting.
This one’s called “Wild Thing” and it’s name pretty much says it all! You can see how dynamic it looks when applied to just 2 of the doors on this wood cabinet.
“Jack’s Beanstalk” is shown here in coral, pink and beige tones, but it is also available in 3 other more vibrant color runs, if the look you are going for is even more electric than these colors.
And be sure to check out the 3 different color runs available for this one called “Happy Days are Here Again” in 8 x 10 sized tiles.