Burgerdoodles Color-In Wallpaper

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

There was a time when wallpaper was only acceptable in your grandma’s bathroom, but those days have come and gone. Wallpaper is a great way to add a personal touch to any room, and could there be any option more personal than Color-In-Wallpaper?

Designed by Jon Burgerman, this wallpaper comes to you as a semi-blank canvas. Capitalizing on children’s insatiable appetite for coloring on walls, the wallpaper is a collage of black and white cartoon characters looking to be filled in with vibrant colors from you. You can use your choice of either marker pens, felt tips, or even paint. This is a great way to get the little ones involved in a DIY project, and could be the ultimate finishing touch to the playroom. [Purchase]

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