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Redecorating is not a task undertaken easily, but I think a lot of us have an idea about what each room in the home could look like next. Furniture, flooring and wallpaper are all huge elements in how a room comes together and Wallsauce has a great way to update a room in a unique and easy way!
Firstly they make each mural to measure – which means you’re not left with over half a roll of wallpaper left like when you purchase traditionally, but more importantly you can choose exactly where the elements of the design will be placed on the wall. This is really useful as you can plan out where your furniture will be compared to the main feature, so it won’t be hidden behind a sofa for example.
You can move the cursor around to highlight the area of the image you want, and check the boxes to flip the image, and to see where the panels will be when the mural is delivered – so you’ll know how many panels you’ll need to attach to the wall!
There is such a huge selection available on the Wallsauce website too, I was really impressed! Designs to suit kids rooms, play rooms, offices, even a range to suit workplaces too. You can upload your own image to create a bespoke wall mural – which would be amazing for local businesses to display local scenes, or for travel agents to show of amazing destinations on the walls to encourage customers to book exotic holidays! It would also be a really lovely way to always have a favourite photo displayed at home, for example.
Wallsauce has a lot of really helpful instructions and advice, as the prospect of getting something wrong could have dire consequences! But having read through the instructions and FAQ’s I think most people would be confident in the order process. There is also a super handy live chat feature so you can chat to someone to get any questions answered before ordering. There are three types of mural material to choose from including premium, which is a thicker material that is ideal for heavy traffic areas and textured which is a self adhesive material so no wallpaper paste needed for that. Once purchased it’s just a case of waiting (3-5 days on average) for the mural to arrive and then you can get fitting!
I’ve been browsing the site and there are some absolutely amazing designs, and have especially been loving the mystical magical moon wallpaper selection. I think these would be perfect in a bedroom .
What sort of theme or design would you go for, and which room do you think it would work best in?