3 Murals, 3 Spaces, 3 Parts 

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This post is in partnership with Society6Society6 recently added wallpapers and murals to their product family which are printed on self-adhesive woven polyester fabric panels that are easy to stick on and off without messing up your walls. 

Continuing with our series, “3 Murals, 3 Spaces, 3 Parts”,  today we’re sharing the next mural we picked, OK by Anna Dorfman. Anna (whom many of you may remember), is from the much-loved blog, Door Sixteen. She’s also a book designer based in New Mexico via New York, and we’ve always been a fan of her style. Her OK Mural, I thought, would be the perfect pick-me-up in our home studio, especially with our grey winters here in the Pacific Northwest.

Like our previous post, we’ve styled this mural three different ways. An entryway, a workspace and a living space. And I can’t tell you how much we are loving these self-adhesive wallpapers and murals. Like we mentioned before, permanent wallpaper can be a huge commitment, and because these ones from are removable, I wasn’t afraid to take the plunge.  Applying them was super-easy, and even if I messed up, it was easy to remove what I had applied, re-adjust, and start again. The process was really, pretty simple and I was able to install on my own (although it’s always nice to have a helper), it really was no problem at all for one person.

If you’re wishing to know how we installed them, please visit our first post from this series where we explain the process by clicking here. It only took about one hour to install this 8’x8′ four panel mural. One thing I didn’t mention however in the previous post is that you really don’t have to worry about the bubbling up much at all. Because the paper is printed on self-adhesive woven polyester fabric panels (which is really quite thick and durable), the paper applies to the wall quite smoothly, making for a rather bubble-free application. And if it does bubble up, it easily disappears if you rub it with your hand.

So let’s take a look at our three spaces.


The Entryway
We’re feeling the “OK” vibe as soon as we walk in, do you? And pink, you know how we feel about pink. Everything about this space is making us happy.

The Workspace


Ok then! I think that tangerine/pink combo can invigorate our work week pretty easily! Love the way it contrasts so well with our furniture too.

The Living Space
This mural proves to work in any space. I think it could be a lot of fun to accessorize a room using the mural as a starting point. Imagine a rust coloured sofa, with more hues of pinks and tangerine. Yes!

So what do you think? Which space did you prefer the mural in? Stay tuned for Part 3 of our series of mural posts, which takes us in a whole other direction!

Jan Halvarson

Jan founded Poppytalk in 2005 while a student at Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design (now ECU) to catalogue inspiration from typography to interior design. Since then she’s collaborated with Target (creating a limited edition glamping collection), a wallpaper collection with Milton & King, as well has written as a contributor at Wired, Martha Stewart and Huffington Post.