Creative Decals From A Company That Cares

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There are a lot of companies that make and sell wall decals, and many are very similar, so it’s extra exciting when you find one that stands out from the crowd, and for all the right reasons.

Hu2 Design (I have featured one of their designs before, in the vinyl wall art post) was founded in London by French-born designer Antoine Tesquier Tedeschi, and the company has grown from its humble beginnings in a market stall to an established company with several designers.

What makes them so great? Well, not only are their collections really fun, unusual and creative, they are also eco-conscious. Even though they are vinyl decals, they are PVC and chlorine free, and recyclable. Their packaging is made from recycled paper and vegetable inks, and even the application tape for the decals is made from paper, not plastic.

They are also a member of the World Wildlife Fund UK, and donate £5 for each of their “Save an Animal” stickers sold. My favorite is the Puffins:

Their other collections include these fun (but with a serious message) Eco Reminders: cute and clever wall decor that helps you to remember to turn the lights off, recycle, and conserve water whenever possible:

And for the kitchen:

(they also have similar recipe stickers for whiskey, rum, vodka and gin cocktails)

Some of my favorites from the “living room” collection:

The stickers can be applied to any smooth surface, so if you don’t like your view, you can always put the Paris skyline on a window.

A mix of fun and educational for kids’ rooms:

And last, but not least, reminder decals for those of us who somehow always manage to leave the house without one or two essential items, and for those who share their home with others:

All photos: Hu2 Design

For more wall decals, check out my Wall Art Stickers and Wall Quotes posts.


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