One of the largest growing markets in digital printing is interior décor.
Wall coverings, wall murals, backlits, curtains or flooring can all be personalized for the environment. You can completely transform a space for your customers with many options to choose from. How long do they want it to last? How often do they want to change the message? What kind of surface are they applying it to? Do they want to install it themselves?
Whether you're using an inkjet printer or large three-meter machine, you have options for the interior décor market. Media ranges from simple pre-pasted wall covering or repositionable fabric to fabric for curtains or furniture. Wall coverings can be durable vinyl material, or they can be more environmentally-friendly, latex-saturated paper with pre-pasted backing that can be easily installed and easily removed. Wall murals with a full ten to twelve feet of image can be made to enhance a board room or an interior entry way of a business. Now you can offer options for walls, flooring, curtains, furniture, backlit display, and windows.
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Found in a wide variety of environments from interior décor to promotional events, floor graphics can be used as advertisement, informational, decorative or directional signs.
Floor graphic applications are strategically placed where they can easily capture attention in order to communicate a brand’s message. Typically used in events, exhibits, trade shows, and retail promotions this popular application is also ideal for interior décor floor graphics for homes, offices, hospitals, and schools.
Most floor graphics are short- to medium term graphics expected to last a minimum of six months, depending on foot traffic and environment. Floor graphics must meet U/L 410 requirements to ensure that they do not pose a slipping hazard.
Windows provide a perfect location to promote products and services.
Depending on the window’s environment and the purpose of the graphics, customers may choose to apply a simple poster printed on paper, or more robust solutions, such as clear window decals, die-cut decals, etched glass decals, one way vision, static window clings, or vinyl window decals.
With the ability to digitally print wall coverings, choices keep expanding. Depending on what ink platform you are using, you can create short- or long-term wall coverings. Your final location can help you decide whether wall vinyl or a pre-pasted wall covering is the right media. Take a photographic image and create mural art for an office environment, hotel lobby, or conference room. Create a completely customized wallpaper pattern for a new interior look for an office, home, or a restaurant.
There are many choices for substrate material as well. Embossed wall vinyl will give you a durable surface and can be installed with wallpaper paste or adhesive already applied to the back. Wall vinyl has a smooth, satin finish with an adhesive on the back that is installed on indoor walls and provides a different look than embossed vinyl.
With all of these choices, interior designers can create a product that will perfectly complement their vision for a space.