Particularly ideal for kids who just can't stop colouring the wall, or for a new creative outlet designer Jenny Wilkinson stumbled upon an idea in 2003 to create her own wallpaper that you can customise with colour. Though not really filled in with numbers, the paper is uncoloured, and takes seemingly any colouring medium.
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The repeating patterns of the wallpaper Wilikson designs remind me of 1950s wallpaper, and even some from Victorian Era (to an extent). And this is a good thing. From pineapples to hammerhead sharks, the designs are, at once, classy and playful. Wilkinson has particularly thought to create a range for children with fun shapes, rainbows, and magic-inspired creatures. The wallpaper serves as more of a banner than a wall cover, and can be placed at any height.
Any of the patterns available can be viewed on Wilkinson's site, and pricing can be done over the phone (she's in the UK) or by e-mail.