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So I've settled into the reality that our future place will more than likely come equip with white or beige walls that I will not be able paint. But there's always a way to decorate the walls with color without messing with your landlord's fresh paint job. How about some removable wall stickers? It's a really cool trend, and when done right (and not cheesy like "live, laugh, love" ) it can transcend any painted wall imaginable. Check out these from everyone's favorite handmade site, Etsy.



These dandelions are so sweet. It definitely adds a much needed pop of color and gives the chair more impact. I also like how it's playing off the collage of pictures. (seller: Art Condutor)


I'm in love with tree branches and there are lots to choose from! This is one of my favorites. (seller: Artwall Project)


Everyone deserves a little humor in the bathroom? How cool is this? No one will ever have an excuse. (seller:Decal Monograms)


 How stunning is this? Not sure where I would put it, although it could be quite stunning in an entryway. (seller: Pop Wall)


This one's probably my fav. Birds on a telephone wires just gives me that comfy, lazy feeling. (seller: Surface Inspired)


Talk about making an impact! This could definitely be an awesome way to punch up a reading nook. (seller: Urban Walls)


Just one more graphic for ya'. Who's up for origami? (seller: Pop Wall)
Now go forth and be inspired... your walls are waiting.

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  1. Another no-paint thing you can do: books!

    http://bookshelfporn.com/page/10

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