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wall flats


i got an email from mike at inhabit this week- inhabit debuted their wall flats tile system at icff to a huge success but i hadn't got a chance to see the professional photos. now that they're out i thought it'd be fun to share! inhabit's wall flats are embossed tiles made of paper that you can cut and shape to size. just peel and stick them to your walls and you've got a fun decoration that can be removed (but not reused) when you're done. if you're a renter like me and are worried about too much clean up afterwards, mike suggests attaching the tiles with 3m's super 77 glue. you can browse and shop the full collection right here. enjoy! [i have a meeting so i have to run. i'll be back tomorrow for a few special weekend posts. happy 4th!]




Blogger Candy Minx said...

Those are really beautiful. Love it!

2:14 PM  
Blogger nonanonymous said...

Those look great- one thing... when you made the note about renters and using Super 77 glue by 3m- I thought, EUREKA, there's finally a removable adhesive I can use on my wall! Alas, when I looked on their site, it describes the substance as a permanent bond. Any tips for something less, er- forever?

5:19 PM  
Blogger design*sponge said...


mike at inhabit said that glue was perfect for renters who need to take it down. maybe they meant it would hold indefintinely (with a light weight object) but would be easy to take down? i can't speak to testing it yet, i was just using his instructions. ;)

i'll let you know if i find a better option!


5:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice... I found a cool alternative here:

10:25 AM  

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