Wovin Wall

Wovin Wall

its so awesome!

  • This wallpaper eliminates the need for a 3D object for a light source. The wallpaper can be turned on or off as the light source. I think it's boss. I don't own this, but I really respond to the idea and the visual.

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  • Dramatic textured panels available in a multitude of finishes (Versailles version shown here in paintable laminate with blue latex paint).

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  • This recommendation is a little out of the ordinary for me, but today I'm trying to organize my home office. This adhesive chalkboard is a great idea! Apartment and dorm friendly because you don't need holes to hang it. I'm tr... This recommendation is a little out of the ordinary for me, but today I'm trying to organize my home office. This adhesive chalkboard is a great idea! Apartment and dorm friendly because you don't need holes to hang it. I'm trying to choose between this and corkboard, and wish I didn't have to choose. Great to be able to write on this, but need to be able to tack things up too. I guess I could use both since they come in tiles...

  • No matter where I look these days there seems to be an octopus. This is a very striking wallpaper -- you have to go to the site and look at the full wall to really appreciate it. I think it must be meant to accent just one wall --... No matter where I look these days there seems to be an octopus. This is a very striking wallpaper -- you have to go to the site and look at the full wall to really appreciate it. I think it must be meant to accent just one wall -- the octopus part is easily twice as tall as me. Decorating all the rooms in your house with this design would be... overwhelming. I assume it scales depending on the size of your wall. The darkly amusing text on the website: "The Octopus originates from a well known fish merchant (Pescheria Brunelli) in Bologne and was photografed on location for the gohome collection by C.S.Kisselbach. The octopus was treat respectfully and after its grand appearance was cooked and eaten. "