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Wallpaper is one of those things where you have to make a big commitment before you hang it. It’s not like paint where you can just change your mind and buy another gallon for under twenty bucks. Often the hard work and commitment pays off with a really cool statement, but if you rent, that option is most likely not in the cards.
For all of you serial movers, renters and commitment-phobes alike, there’s Chasing Paper. This well-designed paper is easy to install and better yet, doesn’t break the bank. It has the look and feel of real wallpaper with none of the headaches. No glue, no rolls, no hiring someone when you realize just how big of a job it really is. And, get this… it’s “re-stickable”. So, if you decide it would look better in your entry rather the the half bath, go head and rock it out.
Chasing Paper is giving one lucky reader 4 panels of one of their most popular designs, the Simple Stripe in Black & White. This design is very versatile and goes with pretty much any style. To see this paper in action, check out this post from Dana over at House*Tweaking and how she used it in her boy’s bedroom.
Here’s how to enter… Scroll down to the giveaway widget below and log in with your Facebook account. If you rather not use your Facebook account, or don’t have one, just enter your email address. As always, your information is kept private! Once you’ve done that, you’ll be shown the entry requirements set by yours truly. Click the “Do it!” button, type your answer to the question in the blank in the widget, then click “Enter!”. Now that you’ve entered, you’ll see some optional entry options. To gain additional entries and increase your chances of winning the prize, you can do one or all of them. If you already follow Chasing Paper or 7th House, go ahead and enter your Facebook or Twitter info, and you’ll be automatically given the extra entries. As usual, the winner will be chosen using Random.org. Good luck everyone!