I always liked the idea of big graphic wall decals and had played with the idea of using them in my house, but as it ended up , the only ones we ever bought were Winnie the Pooh for my daughter’s nursery. Not exactly cutting edge design. When I saw that my local dollar store was starting to carry “Hip” wall decals, I figured that trend was pretty much over.
I was so wrong. Companies like Blik, Walltat, and Fathead have broken away from the Parisian skyline, flowers down the wall style of decal (although there is still a nice selection of those types if you are interested) and are working with established and up-and-coming artists to create wall art that is fresh, innovative and not at all cookie cutter.
|Hand Signs by upperplayground for Blik - $55|
|Ascend by Craww for Blik - $70|
|Snow White by Liu Ye for Fathead - $24.99|
Son istmeno by Upperplayground for Blik - $48
|Breathe by Sarah Joncas for Blik - $75|
|Fruity Friends by Corky Mansfield for Scribbles - $75|
|Miss Dorothy Bust by Laure Delcort for Walltats - $49|
|Airstream by 3rdAveShore - $85|
|Spacetime by Poketo - $48|
|All images are courtesy of their respective owners|