If you’re been reading the blog for a little while you’ll know I’m a big fan of wall stickers. They are a really cool, modern way to update your walls without spending a fortune. And if it all goes wrong then there’s nothing easier than peeling them off. (Been there and done that unfortunately!)
So, today I thought I’d take you on a little tour of Decowall wall stickers. Now although this is a commercial post I do only feature companies and products that I’m interested in and Decowall is definitely one of them. Selling wall stickers, wall decals, window film and wallpaper it’s a really diverse website and I have to admit I am extremely excited to see Window Film on there!
If you’ve never come across this before then do take a look. It’s a fantastically modern way to add privacy to your windows without losing often much needed daylight, or without resorting to nets and blinds. I already have some of this on my living room windows and front door and it’s brilliant. In my experience you need a some diy expertise and lots of patience to put it on but it is worth the effort as once it’s up you really can’t see in or out, but natural daylight is still let through.
Maybe Window Film isn’t really what you’re interested in at the moment though, and as we’re really getting into the festive mood on the blog at the moment, how about some Christmas wall stickers? I think these are just fabulous and such a quick and easy way to jazz up your walls over the Christmas period.
To start with how about Santa and his Reindeers flying above a snowy village?
The thing to remember about these stickers is that they aren’t reusable. Don’t think you can take them down and reuse them elsewhere because, unfortunately that’s not the case. But for the price, which ranges from around £13.95-£19.95 for what I’ve showcased here, there are a really good value way to brighten up plain walls. Wall stickers are gaining more and more popularity and I predict more of us will be giving them a go in 2013.
What do you think? Are wall stickers something you’d consider for your home?