The Trendy Way to Design Your Walls

Vinyl stickers are at the top of the list when it comes to printing products. In terms of cost, vinyl stickers are available to almost everybody, whether it be for wall design, car design, shop display, posters or bill boards. The economical printing products are widely available on the web.

There has definitely been a growing trend in the use of vinyl stickers on walls. With the endless possibilities in terms of design and colour you really are spoilled for choice. You can find some of these at your local DIY superstore, but these are normally very limited to but a few simple designs. Online stores are definitely the place to shop for your wall decoratives.

So what exactly goes into the make up of wall vinyls? The majority of the stickers are designed by professional graphic artists making full use of the latest technologies and computer software. There are two main types of wall stickers or decals. Firstly, you have the vinyls which are designed on computer software such as Adobe illustrator, Corel draw etc. Once the designs are complete they are then cut with industry cutters. The cutters can vary in price from a few hundred pounds to tens of thousands of pounds. A mid range cutter will include both printing and cutting capabilities which brings me onto the second type; printed vinyls. These vinyls are relatively new and have recently become a huge hit. The design process is much the same, however, once the designs are completed the graphic is first printed then cut to precision allowing the end user to peel and stick.

These printed results are truly stunning. Available on the market are some fantastic flower designs, tree designs, animals, and many designs for the children too. The flower designs are quite exceptional in that the colours are almost as vibrant as the real thing. When used properly the stickers can compliment your interior decor and create an aesthetic masterpiece. They can be used in a number of ways. For instance, highlighting a particular area of your room or to minimise the colour difference between your wall and furniture, the possibilities are endless.