With wall wraps, the full surface of your wall is covered in graphics.
Best used as custom wallpaper, immersive full-room graphics, accent walls, photo walls, murals, etc.
Wall graphics are printed on self-adhesive vinyl. Images are printed in panels typically up to 54” wide, and tiled together with a ¼” overlap to larger images that blend smoothly and coherently.
Add visual interest to intermediary spaces like hallways, waiting rooms, lobbies, etc. to give people things to look at and make spaces less intimidating.
Murals and busy graphics are popular ways of discouraging and disguising graffiti. Murals camouflage any marks, and because of the laminate coating, are typically easier to clean than traditional drywall without damaging the wall or paint.
Wall graphics are great for the durability of your wall as the vinyl will protect from scuffs and scratches, and is easier to change than paint. Layers of paint can build up over years of occupancies, building into thick layers which can damage the building. Wall vinyl can be easily removed, with minimal damage to the wall making maintaining an update look more accessible.
In a sea of white walls, Wall wraps are a way to make your interior spaces stand out in people’s minds and make experiences with your business stand out in their memory encouraging repeat customers.
(AKA spot graphics) Graphics are cut by a vinyl plotter out of either printed and laminated Self-Adhesive Vinyl, or solid colored or special effects (Holographic, metallic, etc.) Self-Adhesive Vinyl. The graphics have excess negative space peeled away. They are then applied to the wall with transfer tape.
These graphics can then be applied in unique shapes to the wall. Used when graphics are smaller than the whole wall and want to incorporate the texture of the wall into the image. Best used with simpler shapes, as intricate shapes can’t be cut effectively.Read More
With spot graphics, images are only applied to the sections of the wall needed, often significantly decreasing the amount of material consumed.
Often allows for comparable visual benefits by utilizing the wall as the negative space of the design. Best used to make smaller designs appear as part of the space without any borders or seams, and gives the illusion that it’s “part of the wall”.
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