Interior design can be a lofty endeavor, but, ultimately, don't we just want our homes to be all that and a bag of chips?
Removable wallpaper gurus Chasing Paper have announced a brand new collaboration with Brooklyn-based illustrator Emma Darvick, who has created a line that is sure to inspire the ‘90s kid in you. The collection, which is offered in four prints in various colors, offer a graphic punch reminiscent of Trapper Keepers and the Saved by the Bell opening theme song.
"It was only after reflecting on my completed collection that I began to notice where the inspiration came from: 90's Nickelodeon TV, middle school binder doodles, and a college crush on Joan Miró,” Darvick says of the collection.
The best part? Chasing Paper’s removable wallpaper design makes it easy to indulge in your inner Kelly Kapowski without the full commitment of permanent wallpaper. We can definitely picture these playful prints offering a burst of energy to a kids playroom, a guest bathroom, or your home office.
Retailing for $35 per panel, the collection is sold in 2’x4’ panels and can be viewed here.