Covering up blank wall spaces is not everyone’s cup of tea. It’s not only costly but time-consuming as well. A roll of paper goes for around $19 to $26 (£15-£20), and that is before purchasing the materials required to apply it. With all this in mind, it’s particularly easy to question whether this task is really worth it.
So, if you don’t like the idea of wallpapers or the expense and stress of their installation, why not consider wall stickers? Wall art is currently one of the most popular ways to make a home or even a business look better. Here are some of the reasons behind that.
Easy To Apply and Cost Effective
If you don’t fancy the idea of spending hours hanging up wallpapers, wall stickers are an excellent alternative for that. If you also have a relatively small budget on wall decoration, wall stickers are the answer. They are not only cheap, but they won’t demand hours for the installation.
Our products are made of quality vinyl, which is not only designed to last for long, but it makes the products extremely easy to apply. You do not need a toolkit to do the job. Just peel off the sticker, attach it to the surface you want and use a flat-edged item like a card to remove any bubbles. That’s it!
As mentioned, vinyl wall art is designed to last. All of our products are created with high-quality sign vinyl that has an outdoor longevity of up to five years. So, you can imagine how long it would last indoors. Wall stickers, on the other hand, have an outdoor lifespan of 3 years, but ideally last longer than that indoors.
Not long ago, most wall stickers were only available in black and white. However, that is no longer the case. By availing our products, you will have eight stunning matte finishes to choose from.
The wall stickers designs have ideally come a long way. They are now more complex and quite appealing. If you are a massive fan of Doctor Who, you can get some really cool contemporary stickers that will give your wall a fresh new look.
No Marks Left Behind
We all know how daunting and irritating wallpaper removal can be. You need removers, rubbish bags and you will be left with a wall full of ugly marks. However, that is not the case when it comes to removing wall stickers. Just add a little heat to the sticker, and the job is halfway done. There’s no paste, paint or any sticker residue, which is pretty convenient.
Apply them Anywhere, Quick.
Wall stickers can be attached almost any type of surface. However, it is advisable to attach them on flat surfaces if you want them to last. Here are a few examples of places where you can attach wall stickers:
- Windows and doors
- Book Shelves
- Toy Chest
Attaching wall stickers to your kid’s bookshelf or toy chest can be a good idea when it comes to decorating the child’s bedroom.
As you can see, wall stickers have an array of benefits to offer over wallpapers. They are not only cheap and easy to install, but they are also, durable, of high quality, easy to remove and come in an array of colors and designs.
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