The Ivory Coast mural by Nikki Chu for RoomMates is the quintessential wall motif for simply stated sophistication.
A softly textured black backdrop reminiscent of Marquina marble sets the stage for the artistic etching graphic overlay that speaks to precious metal luxury finishes in a refreshing contemporary style perfect for a grand wall statement. As with all RoomMates peel and stick wallpapers and murals, the installation is as easy as it is affordable and removes with ease when it’s time to redecorate. Nikki Chu’s design philosophy is to create personalized, comfortable, stylish spaces with a touch of glamour and a mix of modern, updated with ethnic touches, for timeless style with unique vision. Her fashion-fused style brings affordable luxury to homes.
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Use Ivory Coast Peel and Stick Mural in:
- Living Rooms
Our Peel and Stick Wallpaper Murals are:
- Perfect for making large-scale statements
- Easily installed
- Backed by peel and stick technology
- 100% safe for walls
- Guaranteed removable in full strips
- Best on smooth, clean surfaces
- Made in the USA
- Printed on high-quality vinyl
- Officially licensed by Jewel
Canadian-born designer; Nikki Chu’s philosophy is to create spaces that are personalized, comfortable, and stylish -- with touches of glamour. She mixes modern lines with updated and simplified ethnic patterns to create her unique Global Glam vision. Her fashion-fused style offers sophisticated designs that represent the best of today’s trends in easy, livable, “go-to” items that effortlessly layer into anyone’s home.
“My goal is to design an aspirational and attainable assortment of elevated, livable furniture, textiles and home decor that asserts style and comfort, while offering amazing value. I typically work with neutral color palettes that allows my products to work with any decor style, because as a designer I like layering texture and patterns."