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Wall Wraps: Space Savers & Interior Design With a Twist!
Similar to car wrapping, wall wraps (even floor and stair wraps) are a great way to enhance a room and even save space. If you have a small showroom or other space but still want to convey your company logo, brand or even a message, wall murals and wraps are the perfect choice!
Wrap a Wall?
You’re probably thinking how can I wrap a wall? You know about car graphics and wraps but why wrap a wall?
We like to think there are many reasons why you would want wall or even window or floor wraps but basically, we can narrow it down to three great reasons:
Space Saver – Many retailers like to show off their products in their showrooms or lobbies, but when these areas are on a smaller scale, by creating a wall wrap full of your products, you can ditch the display and have a permanent, cleanable pictorial of your products. In fact, even conference rooms and offices that are lacking in room area will benefit from walls full of logos, products and slogans—even patterns intertwined with your company’s brand. Just take a look at the before and after photos of below to see how we saved valuable space for one of our clients:
Visual Effects – People do notice car wraps—they also notice wall wraps. A person’s eyes are almost forced to look at wall wraps and what they contain. Ever been to an Italian restaurant where the wallpaper design makes you feel like you’re in Venice? This is the same concept behind wrapping a wall only with a twist—vinyl doesn’t fade or tear. Think if the possibilities when it comes to your brand identity. And, if you choose to wrap windows or a storefront, they will be seen by walkers and drivers stuck in traffic. Visual “effects” are called “effects” for a reason and they do influence the minds of viewers on a consistent basis each time they are seen. A well-designed and crafted wall wrap also helps in branding campaigns and maintaining brand consistency.
Beautification – Some companies are lucky to have their offices in upscale high-rise office buildings full of common area amenities. Most of us, however, are not so lucky. You can patch, plaster and paint old walls, or you can wrap them. Although a common goal of wall, window or floor wraps is branding, we often are involved in wraps where business owners find it’s simply cheaper to create a digitally pleasing wall wrap instead of painting entire offices, lobbies, waiting rooms and even bathrooms.
How They Are Made
Just like car wraps, each wall wrap is designed, created and printed by Sunrise Signs on heavy-duty adhesive vinyl (even textured vinyl)—and what you can place on a wall mural are limited only by your imagination. Our in-house graphic designers work with you and craft a perfectly designed wall wrap that will enhance room interiors.
Any picture, design or pattern can be digitally printed on the wraps and we don’t just stop at walls. You can also wrap stairs, floors and even windows such as an entire storefront. All wraps come with UV protection so if exposed to sunlight—that’s not a problem.
Just with car graphics and wraps, walls wraps are 100 percent removable. And, because we partner with over 250+ professional installers nationwide, we can install your wall wraps anywhere!
Why not jump to our wall wrap photo gallery to get an idea of how they’re made and final results?
Boost the Bland
Everyone has sat in an office, waiting room or other area with no windows and bland white or beige walls. Sort of makes one feel like they’re awaiting an IRS audit! These areas and rooms are not inviting—but they could be extraordinarily inviting with wall or floor wraps.
If a client feels “invited” and “excited” about visiting your offices, that’s a form of customer satisfaction and we all know how important that is in today’s economy, especially with so many choices for savvy consumers.
Would you prefer an eatery full of white walls that appear stained from age or a restaurant full of interesting and engaging wall murals that screams what their food is all about? If your business means people need to wait for a service such as an auto repair shop, wouldn’t floor wraps full of everything about your company achieve the message you want to convey?
What about a business dedicated to children—even a pediatrician’s office. Wouldn’t the waiting room be more inviting and steer fear away if wall wraps full of child visuals help change their opinion of the visit? Think of a toy store that sells play houses and swing sets that require assembly to see the entire effect? If wall wraps full of already assembled products were in plain view, it offers a visual view of what the customer can expect.
In fact, no matter what business you are in or who your target market consists of, wall, floor, stair and window wraps are the most effective way to keep you message and brand alive.
Ready to wrap your walls, windows or floors?