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Decoration with Decals: Simple Solution to a Boring Home

By Marcia Collins Subscribe to RSS | January 30th 2012 | Views:

Nothing is more boring than walking into a room with bare walls. It shows no sense of personality and can be downright embarrassing. However, whether an apartment, home, or office space no one wants to put a bunch of nails or holes in the wall. The answer is simple use a monogram wall decal. Monogram wall decals can be easily installed and easily removed with absolutely no damage done to the wall. This innovative interior design trend allows people to install vinyl wall art in a matter of minutes and easily remove them at a later date without leaving behind residue.

Wall decals are ideal to continue to encourage creativity as they can be changed often to prevent boredom, to reflect the upcoming holiday or season, or to simply express the feelings of an individual or family. When wall decals are done correctly they can be a beautiful piece of artistic expression. They are simple to apply to walls as decorations simply peel from the paper, determine where you want the decal to go and simply stick them to the surface where you want it to be. It is that simple. Pick out the exact monogram wall decal that you want to use, determine the area where you want to place the monogram to decorate a specific place in a room, and then apply the wall decal to quickly improve the look of a room. 

The great thing about using monogram wall decals is that most people assume that you labored for hours to display the art or key phrases in your home, apartment, or office. The truth is even a child can install a monogram wall decal in a professional manner. Simply determine where and what is to be displayed in their rooms and allow them to help place the wall decals. Imagine the pride and self- confidence your child will display when they took an active role in decorating their room. And of course, as their interests change so can the wall decals. Imagine no longer arguing with your child about what they want on their walls, give the child several choices of various monogram wall decals and then when they change their mind about what they want there is very little time needed to change out the decals and replace them with others . 

Monogram wall decals are the practical, damage-free, easily applied answer to making a home, apartment, or office friendly and inviting.

Marcia Collins - About Author:
Marcia Collins, an experienced graphic designer and Mother of three, has designed a specialty line of monogram wall decals. Her favorite monogram wall decal design is simple and creative. In addition to creative design, she is an accomplished author and traveler.

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