Spring is around the corner, meaning it’s time to un-hygge: Shed the heavy curtains, woolly throws and plush pillows that are currently cozying up your homes and lighten things up.
Chasing Paper is here to help. The removable-wallpaper brand — which makes it easy for renters to ditch sterile white walls and personalize their space, while still holding onto that security deposit — partnered with dreamy-textile designer Rebecca Atwood, for a limited-edition spring line that has us swooning.
The collection, which launched this week, consists of four brand new prints (clouds, stripes, dots and fleur, a play on a leaf pattern) in Atwood’s signature watercolor style and CP's affordable price (each 2-foot by 4-foot panel will be sold for $40).
“A lot of the prints, like the fleur and the stripes, are very traditional in the wallpaper space, but done in a new, very modern way,” says Chasing Paper founder Elizabeth Rees.
And listen up, moms: The sweet painterly prints work just as well for a nursery or kids’ room as they do for your entryway.
“The clouds, especially, were made [with] kids in mind,”says Rees. Click through for all the looks.
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