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Now you see it, now you don’t. That’s the easy breezy philosophy behind these kicky new vinyl wall graphics ($50) from Greener Grass Design (which gets points for having a name with such tude.) Here’s what they have to say about their stuff:

With Vinyl, an alternative to wallpaper, the principle of the collection is simple: literally hand over to users who are invited to transform their interior into an area for expression and design their own decor. Beyond the practical interest it represents (no longer any need for glue or a pasting table); the Vinyl collection enables new thought to be given to the place and role of the ornamental pattern in our interiors.

Well, ok!

So what do you think? So long stencils? Were we better off with borders? Has anyone tried something like this? Let’s see.

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  1. Darla says:

    I found that they don't stick to the walls. They are always falling off into the floor and I have wasted a lot of money on them and I have to end up throwing them away.

  2. Karen Wendt says:

    Hi,

    I need some suggestions. My 8 year old son (who is all boy) is in our nursery. We has an awesome mural painted on it before the birth of our first son. It is a Mother Goose scene from a Mary Englebrit design. It is beautiful, but is just not working with the 3 other walls covered in NASCAR stuff. I can not bring myself to paint over the mural. We are planning on selling our house and due to it's size (5 bedrooms)the prospective buyer would probably be a growing family and the mural in the nursery may be a perk. So I would like to find an inexpensive way to temporarily cover up the mural so my son can have an age appropriate room. Any idea are welcome!

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