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Hu2 Design wall stickers to get you thinking ‘green’ 17 December, 2009

Posted by Bethany Wrede Peterson in Bethany's blog.
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Image credit: Hu2 Design

When it comes to clever wall stickers, everyone at mydeco instantly thinks of London-based Hu2 Design.  The ‘smart vinyl laboratory’, as they like to call themselves, makes cool, kitschy, vinyl wall stickers for your home and your laptop in all shapes, sizes, and varieties.  Up until now, our favourites were their Branch design, their take on the London skyline, and the LOVE Indiana stickers to make our homes just a little bit edgier.

Just in time for the Copenhagen Climate Summit, Hu2 have released some eco-chic (and dare we say – eco-iconic) stickers to decorate those all-but-forgotten areas of your home: your electrical sockets an light switches!  We love the the socket sticker above to tell us the old story of where Benjamin Franklin discovered electricity.

Image credit: Hu2 Design

This socket sticker above is a fun take on where all that energy just may be coming from – a tiny hamster on a wheel.  It’s even got us thinking twice about turning on that second lightswitch!

And while we never really thought we could have fun decorating a toilet, Hu2 Design show us anything can look better with a funky wall sticker and remind us about our most precious resource – water.

Image credit: Hu2 Design

If you love these fun decals as much as we do, don’t forget to enter our Hu2 Design giveaway – 40 lucky users will win a £20 voucher to spend on anything at Hu2 Design!

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