Humans have been interested in home décor for quite some time. Even early man decorated the walls of their dwellings with primitive designs. Humans seem to be drawn to the practice of beautifying their environment.
Decals provide an easy way to improve surroundings. They are not new; they have been around for many years and have gone in and out of vogue. Today, they are frequently used for home décor as well for commercial purposes, such as advertising goods and services.
Wall decals are large stickers that may be applied to any flat surface. Decals can be decorative, instructional, or promotional. Custom decals can be made by hand or pre-made and mass-produced for commercial sales.
Wall decals come in different colors, sizes, shapes, and themes. They can be made of different types of materials, including vinyl, PVC, and fabric. Decals can be small enough to fit a hand-held electronic device or large enough to cover the wall of a home or office.
Decals have developed over three generations. The first-generation decals were made of PVC, which came in different sizes and shapes but only one color. The second generation of decals used different colors but always with white edges, and there were no custom sizing options. The third generation of decals included many of the improvements that we see today, including transparent borders and resilient decals that are both removable and reusable.
Decals may be referred to as wall stickers or wall tattoos. People can procure vinyl cutting machines to create decals for home use or for small or large businesses. You may see decals displayed on glass doors or windows of businesses. They also add a soft touch to a home. For those who move frequently, fabric wall stickers are a great option because they lend a personal look but can be returned to their backing sheet in between moves and transferred from property to property.