we live in a small, cozy flat. it’s nothing to complain about. in fact, i like living in intimate quarters, but it certainly restricts the maximalist in me. since space is a huge consideration in plotting the furniture and fixtures layout, a small, cozy flat normally prohibits decorative pieces thatÂ serve more form than function.
then i found decals.Â you see them as shop window signs,Â you definitely see them on vehicles, but do you know they can also be used to decorate the walls of your very ownÂ home?
sinceÂ i can’t fit a chandelier into our space, maybe i can stick one on my wall:
or perhaps i can bring someÂ plants into the house:
from vinyl wall art
if you’re not allowed to have pets in your condo, just pretend you have some:
how about taking a piece of the cityscape into the house:
here’s a way to make yourself feel literally small… or small like a child:
or just for sheer blastedness of it, stick something:
jacks decal from ebay
i found a design i like from a local online seller (one that involves a pairÂ of cats, a sidetable and a vase), but i’m still adamant about getting a chandelier wall decal. since the designs above were grabbed from foreign sellers, i could just go to an arts & signs shop to have them make similar designs. and i’m sure they’d even cost much less.
you could probably sense by now that i just went nuts looking at wall decal designs online. i might end upÂ crowding our walls with all sorts of strange things. well, whatever happens, at least we’d still have floor space.