You’ve done your best to remove toxic chemicals from your baby’s environment. You’ve chosen organic, GMO-free free foods, served it up in BPA-free containers, invested in an organic mattress, and PVC-free toys. You’ve even worked hard to find a no-VOC paint for the bedroom. But now you’re ready to decorate and everywhere you turn, you’re met with loads of PVC wall graphics that have that overwhelming smell of off-gassing chemicals.
Well don’t worry, because we’ve got you and your walls covered with non-toxic wall clings!
Sunny Decals are made from fabric material with a water based adhesive. They are repositionable, non-toxic, biodegradable, PVC and phthalate free.
Wee DECOR wall appliques are made of polypropylene fabric for safe, easy decorating that is more environmentally friendly than standard vinyl.
Mae’s Stickers are made from polyester and are also re-usable. They can be scrunched into a ball and will easily un-scrunch and re-apply to almost any surface, many times over. They are even washable.
Cocoon Couture’s fabric wall stickers are made in Australia and can be removed and moved as many times as your little one has in mind.
Pop & Lolli
Pop & Lolli experience-design decals are made in the USA of finely woven polyester fabric with lead free ink and water based adhesive.
Chocovenyl Kids wall decals stickers designed by leading International Artists specifically for children, on high quality PVC-free fabric paper.
Eco Wall Decals
Eco Wall Decals are made of PVC-free, non-toxic fabric, and super durable and easy to move around.
Wall Art Planet
Wall Art Planet decals are made from matte polyester fabric, are printed with eco-solvent inks, and are extremely thin so they look like they have been painted on the wall.
What changes have you made in the products you used to decorate your baby’s room?
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