They've suddenly become a trend and for good reason. It used to be that wall decals or wall stickers, were sold primarily as an alternative to permanently altering a child's room for the sake of kids decor. But, the market has been expanding for quite a while and wall decals have grown up. Companies are springing up with collectives of visual artists, creating walls decals or wall tattoos that are as artistic as they are functional.
How can a wall decal be functional, you ask? Well, most of them are manufactured so that they are removable and reusable. So whether you have a phobia to commit to one home design approach, or perhaps you want to stage your home for sale, but don't want to invest vast sums into wall art- well, here is where wall decals can offer some practical value.
These decals are easier than paint in that they only take minutes to put on, they do not damage the wall and are, as mentioned, removable. In this regard, you have some creative input as to how you'd like to arrange your decals. Prices generally begin at 12 euros, so these creative additions can be done on any budget.
Of course, now more than ever, there are even more kid friendly options for wall decals. The fact that your children change their design whims on a monthly basis won´t be so much of a problem any longer. Instead of sucking it up, and painting your child's room that unbearably garish pink, you can sit down with her, and order some decals that suit her tastes. And, if next year, she's all about black- well, then she can save up her allowance and buy some black decals. ( and thank-goodness you can avoid painting the room black...)
Really, the wall decal generation can satisfy a lot of whimsical design ideas that could otherwise turn out disastrous- or at the very least expensive, time consuming, and permanent. Here is your chance to play, and with very little risk.
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