Do you have a room in your house that needs robot wallpaper? What about giant squid? Is your dining room incomplete without a greyhound toile? Spoonflower, the website that lets crafters and do-it-yourself decorators design their own fabric, today launches design-your-own wallpaper and wall decals. Not a designer yourself? Choose from thousands of designs by independent artists who have made their work available first on fabric, and now as wallpaper.
With an eye toward environmentally conscious consumers and moms looking to decorate nurseries and kids’ rooms, Spoonflower wallpaper is printed on PVC-free paper using durable, eco-friendly inks. Custom wallpaper, which has long been the exclusive province of high-end home décor, has never been this accessible. Spoonflower – the first company to price custom textile printing at a level affordable for home crafters – is taking the same revolutionary approach to wallpaper, which will sell for $5 per linear foot (24″ by 12″), or $60 per roll (24″ x 12′). Unlike traditional wallpapers that can be devilish to take down, Spoonflower wallpaper is removable, which makes it perfect for renters and college students.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 28 September, 2012