Wild about wallpaper in theory, but not so sure you want to fully commit to one look? Then check out the hippest instant designs: peel-and-stick wall art.
Decorator Jonathan Adler has teamed with Brewster Home Fashions to create a new collection for WallPops, which launched this year.
The product line, which has a fun vibe, includes mix-and-match geometric prints; wall kit patterns that include colorful lanterns and a black-and-white "Love" design in capital letters; and related items such as colorful zodiac-theme dry-erase message boards.
"A room should be 95 percent chic," says Adler, who has infused his signature motifs into the line. Think gold mylar, silver nailhead embellishments and bright hues — teal, lemon and chartreuse, to name a few.
WallPops by Jonathan Adler Dots, Blox and Stripes and Dry Erase Packs are about $15.99 per pack. Wall Art Kits with and without metallic retail for about $34.99-$39.99 per pack.
While WallPops (www.wall-pops.com) are sold at retailers nationwide and online, the wall art craze has already hit Maryland. A new shop called Decals opened recently on Main Street in Reisterstown.
Decals stocks a wide variety of decorative stickers for the nursery, bedroom, living room or dorm room. The stickers can be repositioned or removed. Decals is at 324 Main St.. For more information, call 410-526-0106 or visit decalsmd.com. The store is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday to Saturday and 10 a.m.to 4 p.m. Sunday.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun