Friday, November 21, 2008

Cool Stuff: Moveable Wallpaper

Developed by a team of New York City set decorators, Tempaper is temporary, self-adhesive wallpaper.

The vinyl-coated paper is printed using traditional copper-plate engraving, but although its makers claim the paper is just as durable as regular wallpaper, it has one key difference: Tempaper can easily be removed, minutes or years after application, with no visible damage to the surface it was applied to or to the paper itself. Think of it like a giant Post-It note, which can be removed and repositioned at whim.

I have no personal experience with Tempaper -- but if it really is as easy-to-use as it sounds, this product is genius.

Tempaper, currently available in six patterns and 15 colorways, is $75 to $85 per 33-foot roll right here.

5 comments:

Emily said...

A renter's dream - and just in time to add it to my wish list for Santa. How cool!

Melissa H said...

sounds like a great idea, but i'm not crazy about their pattern choices.

Katie said...

Wow, awesome! I actually really like the pattern choices. I can see buying a roll and using it in some smaller wall spaces, like a little built-in enclave that were thinking of painting.

Tess McCabe said...

Nice one! It sounds similar to the paper used for Grippiks (www.grippiks.com), which sticks with suction rather than adhesive. Oh, the endless possibilities!

ashley said...

those are amazing~ as is all the posts on your blog:)
am also going to add it to my xmas wish list...

 

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