For those looking to add some pizzazz to their space without fully committing to traditional wallpaper options, Chasing Paper’s removable variety is the solution for you. Ideal for renters and DIYers, this stick-to-any-surface wall covering instantly adds color and pattern to an otherwise mundane room. And with over 150 styles to choose from, you can pick a pattern that suits your space best—from bold, large-scale graphics to smaller and more subdued prints. During her four years in business, the company’s founder, Elizabeth Rees has sought to expand the brand’s offerings by collaborating with a diverse group of talented designers. And just over a year ago, she embarked on her latest endeavor.
Rees’ most recent enterprise comes as a limited edition collaboration with textile designer Rebecca Atwood and gives Chasing Paper’s customers access to highly sophisticated prints at a super attainable price. The collection boasts four of Atwood’s watercolor-inspired patterns in twelve colorways—ranging from timeless dots and stripes to whimsical clouds—to give renters and homeowners alike a variety of options for their space. Perfect for a powder room, nursery, or closet interior, these 2 feet by 4 feet panels (sold at $40 a piece) are versatile and impactful. The novice DIYer need not be intimidated—these resilient peel-and-stick fabric sheets are extremely forgiving. Peel it off and try again if the angle seems askew.
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Start dreaming of how you’ll use it in your space now—the duo’s collection officially launches February 22 on chasingpaper.com.