Baby Blocks Wall Sticker & Ferm Living Wall Decor | YLiving

Baby Blocks Wall Sticker & Ferm Living Wall Decor | YLiving
  • Baby Blocks Wall Sticker & Ferm Living Wall Decor | YLiving
  • Baby Blocks Wall Sticker & Ferm Living Wall Decor | YLiving
Ferm Living's letter block wall art can be arranged in patterns, names, words. Self-adhesive wall art. Select from two color sets. Violet/Turquoise/Brown consists of three sheets - one in violet (S-Z), one in brown (J-R) and one in turquoise (A-I). Red/Green/Blue consists of three sheets - one in red (S-Z), one in green (J-R) and one in blue (A-I). WallStickers are a different type of wall decoration. By adding WallStickers to walls, ceilings, furniture, windows, mirrors and more, you instantly create a unique look and change the style and atmosphere in a room. The possibilities are endless and the only limit is your imagination.
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