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This post has been a long time coming since I was so keen to get my Blush Gallery Wall Reveal live for you guys but I couldn’t not dedicate a whole post to my latest IXXI addition. So it’s better late than never I guess!

I’m going to explain it as best I can, but I do highly recommend you watch their quick demo here as it’s so much easier to understand and to see how easy it is! First off I’m going to start by saying that if you are renting – IXXI is a great way of decorating with minimal wall damage – or even if you just don’t want to have to drill, nail, get someone in to help you – IXXI is so easy to put up by yourself (does a little independent woman dance), granted the bigger the IXXI the longer it will take to put together naturally! Best part – you’re not going to visibly mark the wall either, it’s basically held up by drawing pins.

As you know, lately I’m loving all things tropical – faux or real and now in print version too. I fell head over heels for the Banana Leaf Detail IXXI from their latest collection – what’s not to love hey? Just shut your eyes and imagine you’re somewhere hot hot hot. Plus it looks awesome styled with my cheese plant doesn’t it? I’m just loving this green trend at the moment.

So all IXXI’s arrive in a gorgeous little box, flatpack style, complete with individual cards, connectors, the parts to hang it and of course – instructions. IXXI images are printed on high quality cards – and yes you can hang them in bathrooms and such places which is brilliant, they just wipe down. The cards come numbered so you firstly lay them out in order and then begin to connect them with the connectors, you then connect the hanging strip to the top of your IXXI and then connect this to the wall (photos below to attempt to show all this but trust me watch the video demo here if you are totally confused by my instructions). It really is that simple.

I’m a huge huge fan of IXXI’s Disney range too. My inner kid is screaming with excitement! There’s a great range of IXXI’s over at Dotmaison if you’re based in the UK too!

What’s your favourite IXXI design?

This post is in collaboration with IXXI but as always my opinions are my own.

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