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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 •Â 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) Click here to see it in the shop!


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