Hey, Design-Obsessed Renters: Removable Wallpaper Is A Thing

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We've all been there: You want to finally make your apartment feel like home, but your landlord is so not cool with an eggplant-hued bedroom or a foyer revamped with turquoise stripes. Turns out, you can totally get your Domino/Pinterest/HGTV fix without abandoning your security deposit — because there is such a thing as removable wallpaper.
The dorm room design gurus at Dormify just launched a special collection of self-adhesive, removable, and reusable wallpapers that constitute serious (temporary) eye candy. You can choose from a dizzying array of prints, ranging from chevron stripes and damask to futuristic geometric patterns and simple medallions. Want to change up the look after a few months? Just gently pull the adhesive paper off the wall and transfer it to another painted surface. This definitely takes the wall-decal trend to the next level, and we're pretty stoked about it. Considering this can save your eyes from that particularly offensive shade of buttercup in your bathroom while costing somewhere between $74.95 and $98, we think it's a pretty smart move if you're desperate for a rental-appropriate upgrade. Shop the collection of 20 papers at Dormify.
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