How To Create Different Layouts Using Wall Decals
Posted by KM Ymker on Feb 24, 2015
Are you looking for ways to decorate a large area of wall space? Using a gallery wall arrangement, or picture frames, is a wonderful way to do that. But did you know that you can also fill that space using a wall decal, and/or cutting the decal apart and re-spacing it?
Let me show you how it can be done!
We received this photo from a customer a few weeks ago. They had ordered the decal quote "Every Family Has A Story To Tell...".
With the openings of an old window in mind, they cut apart the decal into 3 sections and placed them in the window frame! We love how this whole gallery arrangement turned out! The beginning total dimensions of the Family Story decal are 23"H x 11"W. When it is cut apart as shown, each piece ranges from 6-8"H to 10-10.5"W.
Here's another example shared by our wonderful customers at the Xray Department of our local hospital. By cutting apart the 2 lines, the design was changed from a rectangular size to an oblong design, covering a wider area.
And yet another amazing example of utilizing your wall decal to its full advantage! The sheet size of the collage wall decal lettering is about 2 ft by 2 ft. Once you cut each word apart as shown with the dashed lines, and fill in the spots around various sized photo frames, you can fill a wall nearly triple the size of the original sheet size!
You can rearrange or cut apart and re-space many of our wall decals! The decal lettering that cannot be cut apart are the ones that overlap. For example: "Every" and "Family" in the first example are words that overlap and are connected together.
We'd love to see how creative you can be with your wall decal!