Residential Wall Wraps: Making the Space Your Own
If you’re like us, you’re spending a lot of time at home.
Really. A LOT of time at home. So are your clients. And the more time you spend at home, the more you feel like making a few changes around the place.
You’re not alone. A recent Bank of America study shows that more than 70% of those surveyed indicated that they were tackling home improvement projects during the pandemic. More are planned for 2021.
There are the obvious options of refreshing your living room paint or swapping out your fixtures. But how can you get a bigger impact in your home? Wall wraps can be the solution you’re looking for!
You spend roughly a third of your life sleeping. You should make your bedroom a space that enhances your relaxation. Decor plays a big role in that: colors, textures, patterns can all influence how a room makes you feel.
For your bedrooms, consider incorporating natural motifs such as woodlands, flowers, skyscapes, and grasses and trees. Wall wraps can mimic an infinite range of styles, from vintage woodblock graphics to modern ombre sunsets.
With lots of people still living that work-from-home life, we’re spending more and more time in our home offices. So let’s make them the place that we want them to be!
The key to effective home office design is making a space that helps you focus, stay engaged, and speaks to you. (After all, you should enjoy being in that room!) To achieve this, consider patterns that aren’t too busy, landscapes, or other natural scenes.
Don’t limit yourself, though. You can still get creative. Pick a map of your favorite city or a graphic of your favorite landmark. If you want to get really funky, wrap your wall with a replica of your favorite modern art painting.
The kitchen is undoubtedly the heart of the home. According to Forbes magazine, kitchens are the most commonly renovated room in the house. And while big investments are made in appliances, countertops, and backsplashes, there is a lot you can do to refresh your walls.
For large wall spaces, bring elements of your favorite designs onto a wall wrap. If you’re going for a Midcentury Modern appeal in your kitchen, add a wall wrap of vintage starbursts or other Atomic Age patterns. Alternately, bring a funky aesthetic to your kitchen with a wall of colorful graffiti.
You can also implement wall wraps in smaller spaces. A wall wrap is a great alternative to a kitchen backsplash, bringing color, pattern, and texture to a plain space. Or you can add a fun wall wrap to liven up a breakfast nook!
Man cave, game rooms, and other recreation areas
If you’ve got a room dedicated to fun in your house, then make sure it looks the part. Setting your man cave and game room up can be an immensely fun home improvement project. Personalize to your heart’s content!
If you’re a sports fan, wrap your wall with a scene from your favorite baseball stadium. (That’s easy – Go Yankees!) If you’re a craft brew aficionado, you can’t go wrong with replicating the intention of a brewery – wrap the wall behind your custom bar with images of copper kettles and kegs.
Going for a more family-oriented vibe in a game room? There are tons of options there. Wrap your wall with a giant Scrabble board or Tic-Tac-Toe wall. If your family prefers video games to board games, a vintage Pac Man wall wrap will catch everyone’s eyes.
Updating your home doesn’t have to involve weeks of dusty disruption from contractors. Wall wraps are a stylish way to take any of the rooms in your house to the next level. Ready to get started? Contact us today to talk about your project.