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Indecisive decorators rejoice: Timothy Sue makes wallpaper that's easily applied, easily removed, and reusable. SF-based artist Colette Clark tells SF Gate that her aesthetic is "colorful and playful with a refined and modern edge." The installation process appears to be a one-man job (although two pairs of hands would certainly make it easier). So far, Timothy Sue offers five designs in varying color schemes. Look for an upcoming floral pattern to be released in the next month for an on-trend, spring DIY home project.
· Colette Clark's removable wallpaper is 'colorful,' 'refined' [The San Francisco Chronicle]
· Timothy Sue [Official Site]
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