By Saville Romain. Wall Stickers. Published at Saturday, January 19th, 2019 - 23:37:38 PM.
Many people consider decorating their walls with paint or wallpaper to be a huge undertaking. They choose not to carry out these decorating tactics because of the trouble and time that they consume. However, more people are discovering that they can get the same decorating results in an easy and quick form of application through wall stickers, so they are becoming more and more popular due the fact that they take little time and can be applied by inexperienced decorators.
If on the other hand you already have some strong colors you may have to work around them. Mixing block colors is very on trend for 2011 so if you have one accent color at present doesn t be afraid to add more colors to the mix. For instance if you went crazy for the Teal with Chocolate brown pairing that was all the rage last year then try and take away the brown and add some bright orange and some grey. This will tune into the 1950s Festival of Britain trend beautifully. If you love the wallpaper of the moment, Sanderson s Dandelion Clocks but you can t be bothered to wallpaper you could easily create this look with a tin of emulsion and some floating dandelions wall stickers. Simply paint the background semi-circles first then add the wall stickers – fantastic!
A wall stickers adhesive, whilst strong is also quite gentle and leaves no residue so they can be applied to furniture without fear of damaging its finish if you change your mind. We re always being told we can jazz up our kitchen with new cupboard doors as if that costs a fiver and takes ten minutes to order and fit but how about some stickers instead? There are many architectural designs available that would be suitable for just such a setting and one large design could easily be cut into pieces to cover several doors. Once again it will look very stylish and won t break the bank.
Similarly the design savvy consumer tries to make a statement of individuality in their own home. So, we see vintage finds rubbing alongside IKEA basics, shabby chic mixed with modernist pieces and glossy finishes next to recycled, eco-friendly materials.
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