Peel-and-stick art pieces from Butch & harold are a statement of pure whimsy — from the name (designers Michele and Ariane Gold’s make-believe dogs) to the images (think hummingbirds and choo-choo trains). Prompted by the limitations of decorating in rented New York City apartments, the Gold sisters developed movable, reusable decals that wouldn’t damage walls. Their collection includes vibrant silhouettes and damasks, plus photo corners and trompe l’oeil frames, which fit as perfectly in a chic den as they do in modern children’s bedrooms.
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Named after their make-believe dogs, the peel-and-stick art pieces by Butch & Harold designers (and sisters) Michele and Ariane Gold were inspired by the limitations of decorating a New York City rental apartment. Fully movable and reusable, their whimsical wall decals are perfect for small and big spaces alike, from the bedroom to the living room. The set of frame stickers is an innovative way to hang photos and create a wall gallery in minutes. And bright prints — like the wallpaper-inspired Bleeker or the floral Bedford — add color and charm to any room.