{Giveaway} Chasing Paper

As a homeowner, I have painted almost every room in my home.  Some more than once!  I have looked into hanging wall paper and love the pop of color and pattern that it brings to the walls, but have always been hesitant to jump in and go for it.  It just seems so permanent and complicated. I have also scrapped the glue off one too many walls to ever want to do that again!

Enter Chasing Paper.  A company that creates removable wallpaper that is both stylish and easy to use.  You can get the look your going for without the commitment.  And it isn’t just for walls!  The removable paper can be used on tabletops, closet doors or any other smooth surface.  Chasing Paper was founded by Elizabeth Rees and launched it’s new website today.   We are thrilled to be able to offer our readers a chance to win $50 to use towards a Chasing Paper purchase.   I had the honor of interviewing Elizabeth, the mastermind behind Chasing Paper.  Read on to learn more about this wonderful company and for details on how to win!

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Give us the one-minute bio of yourself.
I am a Midwestern gal that has found her home all over the world in the last 10 years.  Working, studying and finding my way through tiny towns and big cities, I have been cultivating my entrepreneurial spirit along the way.  Since I grew up in the printing industry, it was important for me carve out my own place and conquer my own territory, and so Chasing Paper was born: stylish removable wallpaper for the urban home.
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Tell us a little bit about Chasing Paper.

Chasing Paper was created in the conversations with serial-movers, stylish mamas who get exited with the idea that a room could grow with their babies, renters who feel like anything but, those with a hate-hate relationship with white walls and of course, DIYers.  High design meets no-commitment, no-hassle, change-your-mind-as-many-times-as-you-want-to. Whether you are subletting for the summer, changing your teenage daughter’s room with every mood or just been staring at that white wall one week too long, with Chasing Paper transformation is just around the corner.

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What has been your favorite Chasing Paper creation?

It’s hard to choose a favorite since Chasing Paper can be used in so many different ways.  When preparing for our photo shoot I put the black and white stripes up horizontally in my bedroom.  It took 10 minutes to do and the effect was so dramatic!  

Enter to win!

To enter our giveaway, check out the Chasing Paper website, then leave a comment below letting us know your favorite pattern and how you would use the stylish removable wallpaper.  The giveaway ends Thursday at midnight and the winner will be selected at random and announce on Friday March 25th. Good Luck!

anne

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33 responses to “{Giveaway} Chasing Paper

  1. Jackie B.

    With a white bed and all white apartment walls I think the teal teardrop would be great to add some much needed accent to my boring bedroom.

  2. K L

    I love Chevron 2.0! What a perfect way to brighten up my home office.

  3. I love the simple stripe. We currently rent our house so it would be wonderful to spruce up a few rooms!

  4. Pamela

    Love Chevron2.0 in grey and coral! I’d do a wall in dining room. As a renter, ths site makes my dreams of wallpapering come true!!!

  5. I love Fern-a-topia in kelly green by Allison Beilke. I have a breezeway with sliding glass doors to the backyard patio. It would be a wonderful transition to the outdoors to do the wall opposite the doors with this paper. Love it!

  6. I love the “Dot” in grey and white.. Ingrid’s room is screaming for a grey, red & white remodel :)

  7. Anne

    I love chevron 2.0. It would spruce up my toddler’s room!

  8. To add a color spash to the inside of a old wood china hutch, I’d use the Chevron 2.0.

  9. Abby

    I love the Squiggle & Pop–I’d use it to spruce up an old bookshelf in our office.

  10. lizinwfb

    Hello Dorm room for daughter! She loves chevrons!

  11. Kathy

    Go Bold or go home! Vintage Flower caught my eye! Either as a back drop in my corner cabinet or as a wall accent in our guest room.

  12. I love the Lovely Lattice. We’re moving into our first home and it would look great in the guest bedroom!

  13. Evelyn R

    I like the Lovely Lattice in pink and white……perfect for the girls’ bathroom

  14. Chrysta

    I’m very into chevron these days… I’d love this gray/coral on my dresser in the bedroom!

    http://chasing-paper.myshopify.com/products/chevron-2-0-coral

  15. Sarah

    Love the idea and the coral tri-angled. Would use it as an accent in my kids’ new shared bedroom.

  16. kristine trudell

    I love the Sunstone. We have 1 wall and undercabinet space in our kitchen which would look great dressed up in this pattern in gray.

  17. Chessia

    They are all so beautiful…just like Elizabeth!

  18. I am crazy for the polka dots!

  19. Urban jungle would be great to refinish thrift store furniture I’m working on for my daughter’s college apartment.

  20. Katie

    I love “Vintage Flower.” I would use it in my bathroom, so bright a ndcherful to wake up to!

  21. Tiffany

    Chevron 2.0 would look awesome downstairs in our basement below the windows, in the corner, to make a little play area for our girls.

  22. Susan Cahill

    Elizabeth, I’m so proud of you!! Who knew that Dr. Rainbow Flowers was actually destined to become Entrepreneur Chevron 2.0 Flowers? I’ll be following your business with interest and a “there goes our girl” enthusiasm. Love you lots, Aunt Susan

  23. Angie H.

    I would use the Simple Stripes in my entry behind the console table!

  24. Linda McCune

    I would love to put the teal teardrop on my guest bathroom walls – the color and pattern would make everything else in there pop!

  25. Tricia

    Teal teardrop for me! Love it on a wall in my dining room

  26. Jb

    Lovely Lattice in pink & white would please my little girl. We were looking for accent ideas for her new room.

  27. Aimee

    Coral chevron on a headboard.

  28. Monica

    Love them all!! Too hard to choose just one. I would probably go with either simple stripes or squares squared as an accent wall in our master bedroom :-)

  29. Anna Szabo

    I love Vintage Flower! My boyfriend and I are currently living in university housing (college 2.0!) as he completes business school and I would love to use Chasing Paper to spruce up our super boring utilitarian digs! :)

  30. manda

    I like the Chevron.

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  32. I love them all! But, I would pick either Chevron (coral and grey) or Dot. I would use this as a backdrop for videos/pictures for my jewelry! LOVE THIS IDEA! Thank you!

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