What used to be considered kitschy and only used for children’s bedrooms, has now been elevated to bona fide high design. In many instances, wall decals can even double as wall art. If you are looking for a temporary design fix for a blank wall, or just love the idea of a wall mural without the messy and time consuming activity of painting, consider wall decals as a nice alternative. They are affordable, attractive, and add a lot of flair and flavor to any space in your home. Decals can fill in for more permanent furniture and decor pieces.
More than being purely decorative, wall decals can actually serve a very functional and necessary purpose. For example, using a decal shaped as a headboard can fill the visual void behind an empty mattress without a headboard. Not only will your bed look more complete, but since it’s only an adhesive, it will not take up any extra space if your bedroom space is tight. If you like the idea of a chalkboard wall, but not so much the idea of painting your wall black — chalkboard decals come in a variety of shapes, designs, and sizes. Not only do your kids get to draw on the walls freely, but you can just as easily erase or peel the wall sticker right off, just in case. Decals can be bold temporary wall coverings.
The beauty of a temporary wall sticker is the fact that you aren’t stuck with your decision forever. Use this as an opportunity to go bold with your design. If you like the idea of the New York skyline affixed to your living room wall but can’t live with the permanence, consider a wall decal. If in six months you prefer Paris, there’s a wall decal for that too. An added benefit is that you won’t spend a lengthy amount of time attempting to remove the wall sticker. Making a design statement is made easy with wall decals.