GMA Deals and Steals: Back to School Week!

We had the pleasure to be featured on Good Morning America’s Deals and Steals for Back to School Week! Viewers had the chance to shop some of our new WallPops products such as the Choose Happiness Quote and the Vintage Bazaar Dry-Erase Message Board at a fabulous discount. If you happened to miss this exciting segment, you can watch the full clip below!

Raising Three Savvy Ladies: Get Ready for School with Wall Pops Locker Kit

Check out the video review below of our Festival Locker Kit from the blog, Raising Three Savvy Ladies!

To see the full review, click here!

Two Classy Chics: Back to School with Wallpops Organizational Kits

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It’s that time of the year again—dust off the backpacks, lunch boxes and prepare for the kids to go back to school. Honestly, where did the summer go? We’re always on the hunt for cool and different school supplies that stand out from the usual pencil box and file folders. Luckily for us, we were recently introduced to WallPops, which is a premier line of peel-and-stick wall art (wall decals and stickers) from Brewster Home Fashions. They have a cool and creative line of new offerings that add a unique style to jazz up any back to school routine.
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I have been reviewing one of the Organization Kits, which for us is more of a family organizing system to help us juggle all of the activities, homework and sports that seem to overwhelm us from a scheduling perspective. I decided to choose the Kolkata Organization Kit, which is a subtle white and grey kit that is accented with jewels. I applied it to the walls in our kitchen, which is really the hub of just about every family (it definitely is for us). This is where we plan our meals; figure out who is going where each day and when we have a day of rest (which is not very often). It’s nice to have this area for all of us to write down important dates or notes.

Read the rest of the review here!

Metro Canada: Easy Ways to Add Art to your Dorm Room

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Many student accommodations insist on the no-nail holes rule in dorm room and student housing walls. In most cases, not even tape is allowed. So how does a decor-conscious student get creative when displaying art  in their personal space? Here are some alternatives that will allow you the luxury of adding personality without breaking any rules.

Frame Wall Decals

Stick with it

Easy to apply and always easy to reposition, artsy decals stick to any smooth surface. Black/White Frames Kit designed by Jonathan Adler for WallPops, $43, WallPops.com.

Read the complete story here!

Baby & Kids Magazine

Just For Boys

Just For Boys Decor IDeasWe were honored to be included in a boys room decor idea article by Erika Flynn. Below is an excerpt from the article, and click here to view the January 2014 feature

“Planes, trains, cars – that’s what little boys dream of. Or maybe its dinosaurs, spaceships, cowboys, or a favorite sports team. Whether creating the nursery where he will spend his first years, or redecorating to make a “big boy” bedroom, most parents want to create a haven for their son that he can truly call his own. Some would say decorating for their girl counterparts has always been easier. Products with pink, frills, and anything dazzling have flooded the marketplace for some time now. But juvenile-product manufacturers are waking up to the notion that there is a growing demand for all things boy, and they’re answering the call… Brewster Home Fashions, established in 1954, entered the wall decor arena with it’s WallPops line of wall art. The company’s peel & stick, repositionable, and completely removable products leave no sticky residue…”

Modern Day Moms: Home Inspiration

The 2014 Pantone Color of the Year Radiant Orchid

We were delighted to be included in a recent post on Modern Day Moms, one of our go-to resources for everything from crafts to recipes, beauty tips and more. Modern Day Moms featured WallPops Plush Purple dry-erase dots decals and a fabulous quote from our Creative Director Paula Berberian in a recent Home Inspiration article. Read an except from the feature below, and click here to see more!

Radiant Orchid Wall Decals Dry-Erase Dots by WallPops!

“Declared as the 2014 Pantone Color of the Year, Radiant Orchid is an intoxicating mixture of fuchsia, purple and pink hues.   An unusual shade, Radiant Orchid brings serenity when incorporated throughout the home, and gives interiors your updated look.  Inspired by designs around the world, the pale purple Color of the Year is complemented by a wide array of accents and undertones, making it effortless to execute in your own home.

“Radiant Orchid is a totally different direction from last year’s Pantone Color of the Year, Emerald,” says Paula Berberian, a Creative Director of Brewster Home Fashions for WallPops.  “The softer shade makes quite a statement when paired with neutrals like taupe and cream, and is even more striking alongside brighter hues like turquoise and yellow.” Here, Berberian offers tips on how to incorporate Radiant Orchid into your home to create an elegant look…”

Click here to see more radiant Orchid home decor inspirations and read the rest of the article from Modern Day Moms!

Parents With Princess Fatigue Say ‘Behold the Owl’

Paula Berberian, Creative Director for WallPops was recently featured in a Wall Street Journal Home & Digital article about the growing popularity of owls in kids decor. Read an excerpt from the article below, and click here to see the whole feature!

Hoot & Hangout Owl Tree Wall Decals

Nurseries and kids’ rooms are wising up.

A onetime star of ’70s crafting kits and macramé wall hangings has returned as the “it” critter for the baby-to-preschool set. Perched on crib bedding, bibs, lunch bags and backpacks, the owl is a decorative force with staying power, manufacturers and retailers say.

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Parents of young children are welcoming the break from pinks, princesses and plastic. “The kids’ rooms now are more of an extension of the rest of the house,” says Paula Berberian, creative director for WallPops, a line of removable peel-and-stick wall art popular for kids’ rooms. When entering that space, “you’re not assaulted by a totally different look and feel,” she says.

This year, two owls feature prominently in WallPops’ $31 Hoot and Hangout bedroom wall-art kit, which also includes a 51-inch-tall tree. “That immediately rose to one of our best-sellers,” says Ms. Berberian. The $15 Owl Silhouettes collection comprises four 13-by-13-inch owls, two “sleepy” and two “wide awake.”

“Anything we do with owls is really popular,” Ms. Berberian says. WallPops is a brand of Brewster Home Fashions, of Randolph, Mass…. click here to read the whole feature on the Wall Street Journal On-line site.