Who Uses Wall Wraps for Home Decor?

by Casey Valiant on December 27, 2012

Wall wraps are becoming a new way for people to decorate their homes, replacing wall paper and fancy paint jobs, especially as people are finding more and more reasons to stay home. As more people are choosing to redecorate and stay put, rather than sell their homes, wall wraps are becoming the new decorating craze.Wall wraps turn walls into huge landscapes.

Imagine having your best photo of your favorite vacation spot, a beautiful mountain view, or the beach at sunset blown up to to 8 feet high by 12 feet wide, and plastered to your wall. Rather than poring through wallpaper books and trying to find a pattern (only to find that the beautiful designer pattern you really want is $100 per roll, and you need 12 rolls to do your entire room), you can let the world be your wallpaper.

Whether you buy a high-res photo from a stock photo site, or you snap the perfect picture with your digital camera, you can get a photo of just about anything for your wall wraps. And your SIGNARAMA store owner can print it out at just the right size for your wall. At our SIGNARAMA Evansville store, we’ve got the staff to help budding and professional decorators create wall wraps and wall decals they’ll be proud of.

Wall wraps can add color and life to boring white walls.With wall wraps, you can get home d├ęcor that fits in with whatever theme you’re decorating your house in. Maybe it’s the football stadium for the basement man cave. Maybe it’s a beach shot in the kitchen, so you always feel like it’s summer. And maybe your child would like an enchanted-looking forest on one wall of his or her room.

Wall wraps are completely customizable, which means no two are alike; it is completely different from buying a painting off of the shelf from a department store. And the wall wraps can be printed in a variety of different sizes, to fit whatever area you need. You’re not limited to a specific size like wall paper.

For more information on wall wraps, or to find your local SIGNARAMA store, be sure to visit our website.

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– who has written 73 posts on Signarama Blog.

is the co-owner of SIGNARAMA Evansville. He graduated from Purdue University with a Computer Graphics Technology degree in 1999. He spent 3 years modeling in Salt Lake City (okay, 3D modeling for flight sim trainers for the US Navy) before moving to Texas to work with an international student ministry on the campus of Texas A&M. His wife, Kristi, is an award winning picture book author and illustrator. Whenever the occasion presents itself, Casey rides hippos bareback.

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{ 3 comments }

Cate Miller January 10, 2013 at 1:42 pm

This is really a nice concept and design the empty wall with wall wraps.

Paula Diaco January 2, 2013 at 12:51 pm

How cool is it that you can alter the look of a room by adding some customized graphics? One minor addition to this concept is window graphics–blast etch that offers privacy for your first-floor bathroom.

Or, believe it or not, bird graphics for people who have large picture windows (helps prevent the real birds from hitting the glass. Don’t laugh–we’ve filled orders for this sort of thing.).

Casey Valiant January 4, 2013 at 10:08 am

Paula, love it! Digitally printed scare crows protecting the glass instead of the crops. That’s fantastic!

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