Wall stickers are becoming the latest trend for modern homes. My kids already have a few on their bedroom walls and they can look quite effective and really transform a plain painted wall if chosen and applied correctly. They can even be a very inexpensive alternative to wallpapering which not only costs more but is a very time consuming job. The rooms in my hous consist of half paint/half paper hich is becoming quite the norm for many people thes days.
Wall art is what Wundur is all about and they have so many of the wall stickers to choose from for every room in the house, even kitchen and bathroom. The kids stickers include some pretty cutesie ones with fairies and butterflies and of course football for the boys. For the very young there is balloons and even a child’s name above the cot. The chalk board wall arts are certainly worth a look and I was slightly tempted to get one for the kitchen but decided against it ad I can only imagine them fighting over who gets to chalk what onto it. Still it’s a pretty smart idea tho.
I spotted a fair few double named wall stickers too, obviously for star crossed lovers who want their names above the bed or in the hallway for all to see how in love they are. Definitely not one for me given the state of my love life recently. I could just imagine tearing it from my clean painted walls in anger, but for young lovers or even old ones ,maybe.
Many of the stickers can be personalised and the majority come with many colour choices too.
There is a lot of choice. I spent a fair bit of time deciding on the perfect one and it was a choice between two or three but this is the one I found, and this is also the photograph of it in my room and above my bed.
This also comes in other colours!
I really lik it, after all dream is what you do in bd isn’t it.
The stickers arrive rolled up in a cardboard tube. The instructions were slightly complicated. The sticker comes in a 3 layer sheet and the best way to apply is to attach it to the chosen wall with tape and peel off first layer, leave to stick and remove second.
I was glad I chose a fairly small and less complex sticker because sticking them to the wall can be tricky and especially by myself, hence why it’s not 100% straight. The hardest part is getting the actual sticker to stick to the wall rather than the sheet when attempting to remove it. It requires a plastic card (credit card etc) to smooth it onto the wall whilst peeling and can be annoying when it starts to come away. I imagine the larger stickers will be quite difficult but once on the wall it looks pretty good.
And I’m not too bothered if it’s slightly mis-aligned as not many people will be getting in my bedroom. I have had wall stickers such as this before and they do peel off the wall easily enough too, should I get fed up of it. This one costs £20.00 but they are all priced differently.
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