Fri 24 Apr, 2009
In interior design circles it’s becoming apparent that vinyl lettering is the new art of interior decor. Like stained glass was to the 60’s and green shag carpet was to the 70’s, wall words are to the 2000’s. However, I wouldn’t consider wall letters a fad as was the green shag carpet. I think that this wonderful new type of elegant home graffiti is here to stay.
Many businesses and home owners alike are seizing the opportunity to use vinyl letters to decorate and adorn their spaces. Businesses use it to plaster logo’s on conference room and receptionist area walls, while home owners utilize the vinyl wall lettering for add a touch of personality to the rooms of their homes. Many designers, like Mary McPhail, who worked as a copywriter for 25 years, love the power that words can have on our environments. In fact, this is one of the reason that wall lettering has created such a stir in the interior design community – because it combines the power of words with the functions of good design and color to product truly stunning effects in both home and office decor.
Rob Reichart from Sales Corp International also found a way to put vinyl wall lettering to good use by plastering sales related motivational quotes on the walls of his sales floor. The vinyl lettering kits allow him to customize his quotes, and they’re easy to apply and remove, which allows him to change them as frequently as he would like without the need for costly paint.