{Giveaway} Casart Removable Wallpaper

UPDATE: Wednesday, December 18, 2013


Beth Vogel of Mountain View, California is about to be the lucky recipient of this amaze-ballz prize! She commented:

“I’d use it to decorate my baby room in my rental house! Talk about the most hip baby room you’ve ever seen!”

True dat, Beth. I might even go so far as to call that Double True. I’m even considering saying out loud that winning this wallpaper is even better than having a baby… But I won’t because people will probably send me hate mail. So instead I will say CONGRATULATIONS and enjoy!!!

Note to non-winners: Wipe those tears away! I have another giveaway coming up soon, so there will be plenty more chances to win fabulous things. Thank you so much for entering, and best of luck to you in the next round of present-giving!



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I’ll just pause for a moment to give you all a chance to grab a tissue for those tears of joy.

Casart Coverings has an amazing line of gorgeous removable, reusable wallpaper that you absolutely MUST see. In addition to the beautiful designs hand-painted by artist founder Ashley Spencer, she has teamed up with designers like Libby Langdon to bring vibrant patterns to her wallpaper collection. From faux linen to chevron to florals, and with custom designs available, there’s absolutely something for everyone. And since it’s made with a water-based pressure-sensitive adhesive, it’s truly a DIY product that goes up fast, stays put when  you want it to, and peels off when you’re ready for a new look or a move — without a single smidge of residue left behind. No mess. No commitment. Here’s a look at some of my favorites:

Lively lattice Icy Blue_WM
Libby Langdon Collection Lively Lattice
Casart Flower Power
Chic Chevron Orange_WM
Libby Langdon Collection Chic Chevron
Casart Quill
Groovy Gate Steel Gray_WM
Libby Langdon Collection Groovy Gate
Casart Faux Linen (styled by Mary Douglas Drysdale)

Casart Coverings is generously giving a custom roll of Libby Langdon’s Groovy Gate reusable wallpaper in Midnight Navy. (WHAT?! That can’t be true! But it’s totally true.) The roll is 37 inches wide and a whopping 96 inches long. That’s 8 ft, people. And with a retail price of $225, this is a SERIOUS gift! Even more important: IT’S SO PRETTY.

Groovy Gate Midnight Navy_WM
Libby Langdon Collection Groovy Gate

Do you know what you can do with that? So many things!

You can line the back of a bookcase, just like Libby Langdon did in House Beautiful Magazine.

Photo courtesy of House Beautiful Magazine

Or like I did in my very own apartment.

Bill O'Leary for The Washington Post
Photo courtesy of Bill O’Leary for The Washington Post

You could even use it to cover an ugly old refrigerator!

fridge wapo
Photo courtesy of Bill O’Leary for The Washington Post

This giveaway is gold, friends. Solid. Gold.

The second I found out about Casart Coverings and their genius removable wallpaper — or, as they like to call it, slipcovers for your walls — I knew I had to show everyone. With this being the season of giving and all, I decided one of my lovely readers should probably get a present. And boy oh boy is someone about to get very, very lucky…

Entering to win is super easy:

Step 1: Subscribe to receive new Apartment Envy posts via email. Just go over to the menu bar on the righthand side of this page, click the little button that says “Click This Here Button Right Quick” and follow the directions. BONUS: You’ll never again miss another Apartment Envy blog post. Aren’t you lucky? (Don’t panic if you’re already a subscriber! I can find your email in my subscription list so I know you’re a true Apt E fan.)

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Step 3: Comment on this post saying how you plan to use the wallpaper if you’re the lucky winner!

One (1) winner will be chosen randomly from the comments list at 10am on Wednesday, December 18, 2013 and announced on this post before midnight that day. Once a winner is chosen his or her subscription will be verified. Your email will never be given away or sold and subscriptions to this blog are currently managed by WordPress. Cross my heart and hope to die.

Be sure to bookmark this page and check back next week to find out if you’re the winner! BECAUSE IT COULD BE YOU.

25 thoughts on “{Giveaway} Casart Removable Wallpaper

  1. Kate says:

    I will use it to add some color to my VERY beige apartment that we are not allowed to paint. Seriously, everything is the same color beige – walls, woodwork, ceilings, switch plate covers!

  2. monica jordan says:

    Love it. I’d give it to my best friend who is absolutely freaky over blue and I may just get the same design in the green for me.

    ps … you do know about removable decals, don’t you. they are marvelous

  3. Kurie Fitzgerald says:

    I’ll use the wallpaper to cover my chalky, 5-year old, eggshell colored walls.

    Reusable wallpaper is a great option for me as I currently live with my mother, but plan to move out soon, and will need to add color to my new place!

  4. Melyner says:

    I think I’ll use it to cover a cabinet we keep our movies in – it’s currently sporting the awesome faux wood look that matches absolutely nothing else we own.

  5. me says:

    My husband works from home at an office in our bedroom. I would use the wallpaper to visually separate his office space from our bedroom space by wallpapering the three sided bay projection at the end of the room where his desk sits. I want the bedroom to feel like a bedroom, not an office, especially since we are newlyweds :-)

  6. Christina says:

    I would use it to add some color in my kitchen, it’s all cabinets. This would be perfect for the space in between the countertop and top cabinets.

  7. jayequeue says:

    I stumbled across your blog today thanks to the Washington Post and can honestly say that I’m addicted!! Thank you for sharing your design insight and inspiring us all!

    What will I do with the Casart Covering? Well, being at the tale end of a break-up, I’ll be moving into my own apartment in a couple weeks. It’s heartbreaking yet exciting at the same time and I can’t wait to give the new place my personal touch. Design ideas have been bouncing all around in my head this past month so I’m super thrilled to have found this site and Casart’s today :)

    Taking my stark white little 1-bedroom into mind, I’d have to say that I’d likely use it for either a backsplash or an accent wall. Heck, or both if I have enough!

  8. Veronica says:

    Just moved in to our apartment, this would definitely help us personalize our space! I have the perfect little corner wall for it; although I’m liking the idea of lining a bookshelf with it also.

  9. Elizabeth says:

    I would use the wallpaper in my bathroom. I love color and am so tired of the white walls in my apartment. Found you’re blog in the miami herald just now!

  10. Daozhong says:

    So hard to decide what I would do. If I play it safe, I’ll use it to line my bookshelf, but part of me wants to just throw it up on my powder room – guests beware! Love this!

  11. Melissa Ensey says:

    LOVE this! We have a seriously sad guest bathroom that is in need of a fabulous update! This would be the perfect jumpstart for that project (and my ‘timid about bold patterns’ husband will love that its not forever -except I love it, so, lets be honest, it’s gonna be up for a long time!)

  12. Paola says:

    just bought a condo in Boston -my first! It is the size of a shoe box, but it is my little palace. I’d like to create some nooks that make it feel that way, and this paper would be perfect… as would your services. :)

  13. My-Van Nguyen says:

    I would save it until I move this summer and that use it to make a big statement in my new place. I kind of LOVE the refrigerator idea.

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