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Wallpaper haters gonna hate. I’m drawn to wallpaper like a design-loving moth to a design-y flame, in part because I admire the whimsical advances people have made with it. There are now varieties like temporary wallpaper, color-in wallpaper, tear-off design wallpaper, customizable art wallpaper, paintable wallpaper and this magnetic woodlands wallpaper by Sian Zeng.

magnetic wallpaper
The design itself has an enchanted feel to it, but I love the added aspect of being able to play with it, and change it with magnetic characters and dry-erase magnetic speech bubbles. It’s like Zeng has created a cool new version of Colorforms. I think it’d provide hours of delight in a kid’s room. (And maybe it’d prevent them from coloring on the walls themselves!)

[Via: Houzz]

6 Responses

  1. SamCConway says:

    How cool, my daughter would love this! I was thinking about doing something magnetic in her room but hadn't decided on an approach yet. I will have to look into this option!

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  3. Christina says:

    When did wallpaper start to get this creative? I love how interactive this is for kids.. would be fun for parties, too!

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  4. Amy says:

    How cool! I just saw that they had magnetic primer at Home Depot last weekend and thought that was awesome. But, this magnetic wallpaper might just be a better way to go if you want to create a magnetic wall!

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  5. Mandy says:

    this is a great upgrade from the normal wallpaper look! how neat!
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  6. Jimmy Slakey says:

    On House Hunters: (mostly International), we would like to see a follow up of the homes that needed a lot of work and you did not show the completed projects. We see where they moved in ans started "getting settled" but there were a lot of projects that were not addressed.
    We would like to see a few episodes that "Revisit those large projects"

Briana MowreyBriana is a writer and senior editor for HGTV.com. Her self-described design style is "mid-century modern magpie." She lives in a Brooklyn apartment with her husband, their spoiled dachshund, Chauncey,...


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