"Home Is Where The Art Is" Wall Cling Templates Are Here!

"Home Is Where The Art Is" Wall Cling Templates Are Here!

Wallpaper is making a comeback in a modern and chic way. Design Aglow's Home Is Where The Art Is features a set of three 30x80 digital panels adorned with an eclectic array of hand-drawn frames. Simply drag-and-drop your images into the frames, print the panels on wall cling fabric, and voila, you or your client are now displaying a wallpaper that screams, “LOOK. AT. ME.”

PERFECT FOR:
• Studio walls
• Client's homes
• Visual inspiration for product up-sells
• Wedding reception display (will not harm walls at a venue)
• Baby nursery
• Teen room/dorm room
• Resize for unlimited possibilities
• Semi-permanent marketing displays (reusable and will not harm walls)

A very special thanks to the following photographers for providing us with the amazing sample images: Kat Braman Photography, Emily Sara Photography, Carolyn Scott Photography, Katie Anderson Photography, Mad Chicken Studio, Brooke Images, Sarah Kate Photographer, and Jessica Lorren Photography.

Click here to see it in the shop!




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