Adorable wall decals that don’t hurt your walls, your kids, or the world

Kids' wall decals by Pop and LolliI’d always kind of held the opinion that if I’d seen one wall decal, I’d seen them all. That is, until Pop & Lolli wall decals came my way. And then I pretty much decided that I didn’t need to see any others. Ever again.

These gorgeous (and cute and funny and adorable and stylish)  fabric wall decals won me over not because of how great they look (and they do look awesome!), but because of how amazing they are in every other way, too.

They’re easy to use — completely re-positionable and reusable — and
made from kid-safe materials, so you won’t be putting any icky vinyl in
the room where your baby is sleeping. Plus, the adhesive is a safe,
water-based formula and the inks, while durable and UV-resistant, are
not filled with harsh chemicals. Got to love that.

I also love that for every set of decals purchased, (it’s) chic to change will provide educational materials and resources to a South African child in need.

okay, I love them because they’re cute, too. Because, frankly, one look
at the great designs and I can pretty much guarantee you’ll be scoping
out all the blank walls in your home that could use a little Pop (and
Lolli, heh) of color. –Stephanie P.

You can get your own Pop & Lolli wall decals on their website

Stephanie S.

Stephanie Slate is an Ontario-based writer, crunchy mom, and celebrity stroller expert. And no, she does not say "eh."


  • Reply July 16, 2011

    Bevin - Kippo Kids

    These wall decals are super cute. ‘Like’

  • Reply July 26, 2011

    Tracy B.

    I like the scarecrow from the “Fashion Farm Gang”! Oh, wait, I also like the “tweetie birdies” and the “Noah’s African Circus” and… well… I like them all.

  • Reply October 7, 2011

    Damaris @KitchenCorners

    I love wall decals. These look darling, I love all the bright colors. I’m a huge fan of Lionel Studio (I think that’s the name, not sure, I saw it on Bloesem Kids) and his decals. I have a big tree with owls in the kids’ room.

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