This Designer Wallpaper Lets You Decorate With No Commitment
Chasing Paper’s latest collection with Kelly Ventura offers chic temporary wallpaper at an affordable price.
Published Sep 14, 2017 12:00 PM
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We love a good removable wallpaper—it really is the answer to most rental decorating woes—and Chasing Paper’s signature peel-and-stick fabric makes the brand one of our favorites. Their ongoing collaboration with multiple designers has bred wallpapers in every design, color, and pattern, making the brand basically a one-stop shop for all your wall covering needs.
One such collaboration is with designer Kelly Ventura. Known for her playful prints in bold colors, Ventura brings a fresh edge to traditional wallpaper. Her ongoing partnership with Chasing Paper debuted back in 2015, and she just introduced new prints to the line on September 14.
The three new prints reflect Ventura’s signature hand-painted designs, and feature a range of modern patterns in multiple colorways.
“This latest collection plays off fresh line work, brush strokes, and color,” says Ventura. “I’ve enjoyed bringing these patterns to life as wallpaper, and can’t wait to see how they transform homes.”
The first new pattern, Shaping Up, is an abstract one that will add a geometric feel to any room. Available in a vibrant red, subtle peach, and pretty gray-blue shade, it’s perfect for spicing up a neutral, minimalist room.
Next up is Botany, which (as the name suggests) is inspired by plants—namely, the ever popular tropical leaf prints that are currently having a moment. If you’re not ready to commit to the bold trend, but still want to add a hint of nature to your space, this is the print for you.
Tally also uses a simple brushstroke pattern in a deep charcoal, bright green, and pale pink, so you can incorporate the print as either a statement-making accent, or as a more neutral way to tie a room together.
“Working with Kelly is one of the great honors of my job,” says Elizabeth Rees, founder ofchasing paper
“Her work feels traditional and modern all at once—which makes for such stunning wallpaper.”
retails for $40 per 2×4-foot panel, and is available to purchase now at chasingpaper.com.