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5 Ways to Use Stickers to Decorate Your Home

Everyone has an idol or something they really like. Everyone also has the desire to display their favorite items and artists to others in order to show elements of their identity. What’s better than showing off our identity in our own homes?

Stickers are one of the best ways to show off our identity to others. And in this article we will explain how stickers can be applied as distinctive decorations in your home.

Stickers can be a very fun and affordable way to make your room look more beautiful and attractive. Especially when combined with wallpaper stickers can achieve a playful effect that delights both adults and children.

The advantages of using stickers are numerous. They are affordable, easily removable and can be customized to match the colours and decor of your rooms.

In this post, we'll show you several ways you can use decorative stickers to make your environment look fresh. Check out each one and get excited to do it at home!

Radical Designs for Teens’ Rooms

Surfing? Video games? Skateboard? Soccer?

No matter what your teen's preferences are, stickers of their favorite sports players, bands, skateboard paraphernalia and more are a great way for them to express themselves without wrecking the paint. Let them cover the walls of their room in removable stickers for a look that is truly their own.

Beautiful Nursery Stickers

In the nursery the options are limitless. Decorate the room with your baby’s favorite toys, tv characters or just with fun scenes. Try using letters and numbers to encourage early learning and recognition.

Artwork for the Living Room

Want to give your living room a cool, modern look? Looking for a very avant-garde sculpture or work of art? How about opting for a beautiful wall sticker in geometric lines and flat colors?

For those who have a clean environment, this type of wall decoration can be the touch of charm and sophistication you were looking for.

Colorful Walls for the Kitchen or Bathroom

Did you want a wall of tiles, or a patchwork of colorful and varied tile designs in your kitchen or bathroom but hate the idea of weekends spent renovating? Try out stickers on the walls that mimic your favorite designs instead.

Stickers can help freshen up the room, and also can be useful to test out different styles so that you know what you like before doing something permanent.

Dinner Decor

How about decorating your dining room with a themed wall sticker reminiscent of some element of the culinary or gastronomic universe? In these room decor options, a beautiful image of forks and other pieces of cutlery can form an ideal backdrop for meals with family and friends.

Have you decided which of these ideas will decorate which room of your home?

If you’re interested in using stickers to beautify your home, try ordering custom stickers online. You’ll be in good company - custom sticker producer StickerYou is seeing sticker sales soar as customers snap up sticker artwork from the world's largest sticker store in Toronto, Canada.

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