Being a former apartment dweller myself, I know how strong the urge is to personalize an apartment. No matter how temporary the living situation may be. Unlike most people though, I have a hard time suppressing the urge to paint. However, if you’re not the painting type but you still want to add a personal touch to your home without making it permanent this might be the product for you. A new line of removable and reusable wall coverings is now available from Casart.
both of these designs are Mary Douglas Drysdale Signature Colors
Each panel is 52″ W and comes in different sizes to meet the height of your ceiling, 8′, 10′, and 24′. They’re durable and simple to cut to size, imagine a thick wallpaper but without the messy back. The wall treatments have a pressure-sensitive adhesive backing you press on the wall you want covered, but the best part is they aren’t permanent so you don’t have to worry about violating a “no painting/wallpaper” clause in a lease agreement. The wall treatments are also reusable once you take them down, just replace the original backing sheet on the Casart covering until you’re ready to put it up again.
As most of you know, I’m a color freak, so I love that you can pretty much color match any pantone or shade of Benjamin Moore paint to make a wall custom covering. I also read that you can upload images and pictures as well to make wall installations.
I once saw this episode of Home By Novagratz where they created custom wallpaper for a client’s home; they took pictures of the client’s children and created larger than life prints and put it up the children’s bedroom of the client. Doing something similar could make a bold statement in a room. Knowing myself, I’d create giant pictures of my dogs and put it up in the kitchen, which would make no sense but could be kinda cool, right? I’m such a nerd.