Instant Décor

If you’re looking for a funky and fun way to freshen up your home, come check out the instant décor options available at the Paper Place! Mobiles are a great way to liven up your living space, and we have both pre-fab and DIY mobile kits.

We carry three different mobile designs from Canadian design duo Contexture that have been lovingly crafted from outdated roadmaps and recycled paper. Here’s their “As The Crow Flies” mobile hanging in our store.

Petit Collage is a line of modern baby and children’s wall décor with a vintage twist. These lovely and playful mobile designs are perfect for decorating and accessorizing your child’s room. The mobiles are ready to go straight out of the package and they feature colourful designs printed on heavy cardstock.

This just in: Mobile Art by Ayako Akazawa and Michelle Clair is a kit containing everything you need to create your own mobiles. Each portfolio includes twenty ready-to-cut mobile designs printed on high-quality archival paper, as well as step-by-step assembly instructions. All you need are scissors and thread to give a unique accent to any room.

For those who prefer an even easier mobile-making method, we also carry Kikkerland‘s Hanging Photoclip Mobile. This versatile mobile frame can be embellished with a variety of materials to create a customized decoration. All you have to do is clip your choice of photos, postcards, notes, or even decorative papers to the frame and voila! Instant mobile!


3 Responses to “Instant Décor”

  1. Lisa says:

    What a great post – I have an addiction to mobiles and have bought quite a few at the paper place! I did a small post about your new offerings:

  2. Linda S says:

    I love my hanging photoclip Mobile. I have hung so many neat things from it. right now it holds a collection of my zen tangles, all two sided and on the same size squares. Color coordinated of course to match my living area

  3. Faith says:

    I have always been a big fan of mobiles, so much so that when my baby was born I made her, not one, but TWO mobiles. One using Japanese paper!

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