Have you ever wanted to wall quotes to a room in your house, but just didn’t have the skill to hold a paintbrush steady? Or maybe you’ve lived under the rule of a landlord who would consider words painted on the walls to be damage and charge you for it? Or perhaps you just don’t have the time to paint with all the things going on in your schedule? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these, then you may want to consider looking into vinyl decals as a form of interior design.
There are several benefits to using vinyl graphics to decorate your home. One such benefit is that graphics can be printed in any size you want in order to properly fit the space chosen for embellishment. As mentioned previously, there are some living spaces that would not normally allow painted-on wall decorations, such as an apartment or maybe a rented area of a house. Vinyl lettering and another kinds of wall letters makes adding a little flair to your home easy, as they can simply be stuck to the wall and then removed without any damage.
One of the many upsides to these versatile ornaments is they can be put on virtually any surface. Whether you’re placing a reminder to put the toilet seat down, or adding a fun phrase about cooking to the wall above the stove, these vinyl wall decals will stick to just about anything; metal, tile, porcelain, wood and glass are just a few of the surfaces found in every home that this kind of art can be added to.
Here’s the part that’s you’re probably going to find hard to believe. Aside from being removable, long-lasting, and endlessly versatile, did you know that vinyl wall art can actually be washed? Like anything else in one’s home, these decals will probably accumulate a little dust not and then. Or perhaps if you’re moving from one place to another, your decals might get dirty in the moving process; you never know when you’ll drop your box of decals square in the mud.
Vinyl wall graphics are also a great alternative decorating tool to posters. Don’t get me wrong – posters are great, but the tape and tacks used to hold them up can often leave ugly marks behind on the wall. I’ve seen way too many residents in college dorms trying to cover up holes in their walls left by tacks so they don’t have to pay for damages…and let’s not forget that the toothpaste trick to fill in holes in drywall doesn’t work, and it leaves even larger marks.
Don’t think these wall decals have any sort of age limit – anyone can use them. Children in particular are known for changing their interests quite often…one day, it might be trucks and construction, and the next, it’s giant robots that turn into cars. Vinyl graphics are inexpensive and can be used to decorate your child’s room to their little hearts’ content without needing to jab holes in the wall. The themes in which decals are available are endless. Just about anything you want, you can find. And if not, you can have always have custom decals custom- made just for you. I know that these sound too good to be true, but if you think you’re dreaming, I’ll save you the trouble of pinching yourself and just tell you outright these lovely decorative tools do exist and they are amazing.