Window Shopping: Sticking with it!
Sometimes I lament the fact that I just don’t have enough rooms in which to play with all the fun decorating inspirations I find. This is about one of those finds.
Joining the ranks as one of my favorite sources for landlord-friendly home decor items is the shop of Leen the Graphics Queen on Etsy. I know I’ve talked about vinyl wall decals before, but I just can’t get enough. They really are the easiest way for renters to dress up their boring white walls, especially if they aren’t allowed to paint.
Needless to say I was stoked to find another source of these unique wall dressings, made by a small, women-owned business, no less. I didn’t count, but Leen has created dozens, if not more than a hundred, designs ranging in style from contemporary graphics to fun and flirty florals to cute children’s room accents. She also does custom work with names and phrases so you can even take your custom decor one step further. Why, oh, why, must I be so space limited??
Like the design but not the colors? No worries! All of Leen’s designs are available in your choice of these 42 colors, so there’s something for everyone (and every room).
Here are a few (ok, maybe more than a few) of my faves. How precious is this little bird cage? A great way to bring some life into an otherwise lifeless room, perhaps.
I can’t wait to incorporate these Funky Starbursts into my mid-century modern living room or (soon-to-debut-on-the-blog) new mid-century sitting room!
I’m also digging the Cherry Blossom Tree decal. Don’t you love how it ties in the black and red accents of the room?
I’d love to soothe my soul with this Wispy Wild Grass in a beachy-themed bedroom. . .
. . . and then glam up a hallway with a few of these Floral Picture Frames.
Childrens’ rooms can bring a bit of the outdoors in with this child-sized Tree with Birdie Trio.
Wouldn’t your little one love to monkey around in her (or his) room with this customizable name decal?
And last, but certainly not least, some Wispy Wildflowers to dress up even the smallest sliver of wall in your home.
Leen really is the graphics queen, isn’t she? Be sure to check out her store, and stay tuned for upcoming photos of my implementation of stick-on wall graphics!