An absolute must for all trendsetters. Times are changing and thus the ideas for new home decorations. People such as Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. would likely agree. If our life would be but very monotonous and little varied new fashion trends or technical inventions without changes. This also applies to the most popular place to stay human, his home. Not for nothing, we’re much time and work in the decoration and furnishing your own four walls. The new kitchen is expected with joy jumps.
All well and good, would be as not a problem: the old, bleached out tiles fit colour at all not in the big picture. But the painstaking removal with the chisel hammer recently belongs to the past: tile decals are the trend and offer the perfect solution to let shine to old tiles in a new light. The online-shop of pictures worlds has a varied selection of trendy design idea. Subtle pastel shades like lilac, pink or light blue zoom optically small, tight spaces and brighten them wonderfully. Who has courage to the color, can access more spacious bathrooms and kitchens to strong colour combinations. Pink black or yellow orange, bright tones fit ideally in a simply furnished, large rooms.
As the individual stickers be attached, is up to each. From the classic design of the borders to the trendy plaid pattern, all imaginable forms are implemented. The stickers are millimetre cut so that the fastening easily by hand. The mats, self-adhesive tiles films are suitable for long-term use on all smooth, dust free surfaces in the Interior and withstand temperatures up to 80 C. Thanks to the special adhesive, stick it in a damp environment and can be washed with conventional cleaning agents, without to detach. The online store recommends pictures worlds: A precise back along the sticker is achieved by the tiles before applying the foil are moistened. With the brand new decoration idea that the own four walls become the absolute Eye-catcher. The range of tile decals is not still long at the end and is continuously extended with fresh designs and ideas. Claudia Elm