Despite the increasing array of environmentally friendly interior paint available, many consumers still prefer the graphic punch of wallpaper. If you’re seeking an eco-friendly alternative to traditional papers, consider the “Eco” line from Graham & Brown.
According to the company, “this wallpaper is printed on paper from managed timber sources and only uses water-based inks with no VOCs or solvents. Even the packaging is eco-friendly! It is entirely compostable and made from corn.”
The “Eco” line features 38 designs in a pleasing mix of solid colors and patterns. If you’re wallpapering a child’s room, try the “Eco Highway” design, an inventive patterns that features futuristic cars fueled by milk. You’ll not only add a whimsical touch to the room, but also may inspire your child to come up with the next great environmentally friendly idea!
“Eco” wallpapers are typically priced from $60/bolt (double roll).
Photo courtesy of Graham & Brown
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