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Blik Tricks Out the Inked Office with New Wall Art

Check out what’s new in the Inked office!

Blik sent us these dazzling Pattern Wall Tiles in Pick Your Poison – a black and white skull-and-crossbones motif based on a Threadless t-shirt design. The eco-friendly tiles are infinitely adaptable and user-friendly. They’re self-adhesive and reusable, plus you can cut and arrange the Pattern Wall Tiles however you want (they were developed for surfaces that don’t allow full paint/pattern coverage, so you can create an accent over a bed, behind a chair, or frame a small wall section like we did).

You can see this wall tile and tons of other self-adhesive decals in Blik’s online shop

 

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