Vibrant focal point: Self-adhesive wallcoverings from Tempaper

Tempaper, a manufacturer of removable and environmentally friendly wallpaper, has launched self-adhesive wallcoverings.

The variety of patterns to choose from includes new collections designed by Novogratz and Genevieve Gorder.

One of the wallpapers is Gio in Charcoal. Inspired by namesake and designer Gio Ponti, the Gio print has interlocking shapes for a modernist design that offers an interpretation of classical geometry. It has a deep charcoal saturation contrasted with white.

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Another is Luna in Emerald, which has soft undulations defined by golden lines. It is contrasted with broad vertical stripes, making for a vibrant focal point within design schemes.

Tempaper’s offerings are made in America. The wallpapers are easy to maintain and can be wiped clean. With water-based adhesives and inks, they are FDA approved, certified child safe, lead-free, VOC-free and phthalate-free. Tempaper wallpapers are also repositionable and removable.

Tempaper was founded in 2008 by sisters Jennifer Matthews and Julia Biancella Au.

Photo credit: Tempaper

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