Little House Playroom Fabric Decal by Styledbypt x Urban Li'l
In Collab and Fabric Decal Collections
In our latest collaboration with Styledbypt, we've created these unique fabric decals to transform your child's playroom into a space of fun & imagination. More than just a decorative product, these decals are designed to integrate with playroom furniture and toy storage solution, whilst allowing your child to explore his creativity through play & interaction with the decals.
Designed to complement a simple shelving unit, build your child a personalised dollhouse that can double up as a toy storage area.
A full house measures W76cm x H115cm.
Listing is for fabric decal only. Installation of fabric decal is available for selection below.
KALLAX Shelving unit, white, 77x77 cm
Repositionable (no damage to surface*) and easy to apply (peel & stick), our fabric decal wall sticker provide flexibility allowing you to transform nurseries, children's rooms, bedrooms, offices or any living spaces!
1. Ensure surface is clean
2. Align decal on surface and secure in position with masking tape
3. Starting from one side, peel/roll away backing from decal
4. Press down decal to secure onto surface
5. Enjoy your new space!
Installation service (from $120) is available upon request in notes at check out. Installation fee payment and scheduling will be arranges after online order confirmation.
Our fabric decal is removable without causing damages to the wall, depending on its original condition. We will not be liable for any damages to walls or issues that arise from choice of self-installation.
Photos may not represent the design in its exact scale. Colours on screen vs. actual item may differ due to screen resolution, lighting and other localised environmental factors.
Products by Urban Li'l are intended only for decorative purpose. The products may contain small parts which may be considered as choking hazards for children below three (3) years old. Urban Li'l disclaims any and all liability arising from the mishandling of products and wrong usage of the same.