Gender Neutral Nursery Wallpaper ~ 4 Whimsical Kid's Playroom Wallpapers

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Uploaded: 22nd Jun 2021 at 3:40 PM
The wallpapers from this set are all from Milton & King.
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These walls are all found in Wallpaper for $4.
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In the Forest:
About the design:
"This cute painterly animal wallpaper is a collection of creatures from the forest. While old lady bear is sleeping all the animals gather for some mischief! This pattern uses a coherent style, drawing on folk art patterning and graphic techniques across the character groups."

Under the Sea:
About the design:
"This pattern is a collection of creatures from under the sea, created as part of a set of patterns. No scaly or slimy creatures here – this brightly patterned wallpaper are fancy free – enjoy a sea change. The pattern uses a coherent style, drawing on folk art patterning and graphic techniques across the character groups. The stylised nature of each hand drawn character allows it to fit its specific placement in the digitally composed pattern."

From Up Here:
About the design:
"This pattern is a collection of birds such as Toucans and Flamingos (...and Peacocks!) created as part of a set of patterns and the first in the set to be Colored. Busily showing off their fabulous feathers and perfect plumage they each find their place in the sky." (...how could they leave out the Peacocks!)

Owl & the Pussycat:
About the design:
"This designer wallpaper is based on the nursery rhyme The Owl & the Pussycat, created as part of a set of patterns. The design uses a coherent style, drawing on folk art patterning and graphic techniques across the character groups. The stylised nature of each hand drawn character allows it to fit its specific placement in the digitally composed pattern. A carefully selected Color palette is heavily detailed with layers of texture to compliment the strong, simple outline of the drawings."

Enjoy!