10 Ways to Update Your Interior with Self- Adhesive Art

design tips selecting art for interiors

We are excited to be able to offer large scale artwork on canvas textured, self-adhesive wallcovering. This product is remarkable! It has a non-glare finish and is removable for up to a year. You can use it to create a statement wall or to freshen up your decor in other ways. We’ve been coming up with ideas for projects in case you’re wondering “What would I do with art that is adhesive backed?”

  1. For a sleek, large-scale display panel that is lightweight and easy to hang, mount it on a sheet of black gatorboard (from your local art supply). This is a great look for modern interiors. You've probably seen artwork mounted like this at Starbucks! 
  2. For a more traditional style, adhere your oversize art to a cured painted wall and trim it out with painted molding from the building supply. This terrific approach to mural display adds classic appeal on a par with crown moulding. 
  3. Another way to up the architectural appeal is to apply a mural to only the lower or top portion of a wall and add a chair rail. Fantastic in dining rooms and hallways. And we can scale and repeat many of our images to fi
  4. You don't have to use an adhesive mural on the wall!  Makeover a dresser by covering the drawer fronts with art and updating the hardware. 
  5. Put it on a table top and cover it with glass.
  6. Use it inside your built-in shelving for a surprising and subtle touch of color.
  7. Apply it to a smooth ceiling for the ultimate custom look.
  8. Use a design from the minimal & moving collection on the wall at the head of your bed and voila!  A minimal headboard. 
  9. Ask us to print yours on perforated window film for a sleek privacy screen that lets you see out and gives the neighbors a wonderful view.
  10. Cover your refrigerator with it for a truly custom look!

However you use your adhesive wall art, we would love to see it! Email your best photo or tag it #maycartprintart on IG to share.

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