It used to be that wallpaper was a permanent decision—and then adhesive panels came along and changed the game. But what if you found a glue-on roll you loved—but wanted a removable option? Or fell long-time in love with a temporary print? Enter Wallshoppe, the Los Angeles-based printery that offers both wallpaper rolls and removable panels, and has just launched its latest fashion collaboration with designer Chris Benz. (In the past the brand has teamed up with both Nathan Turner and Clare Vivier.)
The eleven poppy patterns represent a range of Benz's inspirations, like a two-color graffiti print called El Quijote, a splatter paint Corner Deli, and Madison Stripe, which was based off traditional African textiles.
"There's such a crossover between fashion and decor, it's always about color, proportion, and balance," the designer said in a statement. "If a certain color or idea works in a look, chances are it will work on a wall."
Like all Wallshoppe products, the Chris Benz x Wallshoppe collection is made from 30 percent recyclable material and printed in Los Angeles with non-toxic ink.