The Christmas and New Year holidays are now over and life as we know it gets back to normal. That means it is time to get back to work, not before taking down all the Christmas decorations though!
It is always such a sad and sombre occasion though when packing away the lights and the tree, never have I seen my living room so bare, which in turn makes the house in general seem so cold and empty. It really is one of those occasion though were decorating plans can be put into place, with the house seemingly appearing like a blank canvas.
I am sure everyone worries when I start to consider how I can decorate the house, it truly isn’t my forte as you will have found out from previous decorating related posts on the blog! I tend to get distracted half way through and painting is always finished in a haphazard way. Which is why I love the range available of wall murals from the Pixers website – because I can totally transform my house without actually having to lift a paint brush!
Offering 100% Eco-Friendly Prints in a vast array of patterns, including wall decals, murals, canvas prints, posters and stickers, Pixers really is my ideal site… even I couldn’t get it wrong! You have the ability to choose the size of the wall print and added effects you wish, to the exact measurement and even see what it would look like on a room wall with their handy visual tool.
Having read up on the murals, you can even move them around if you tire of the print on a particular wall as the prints are self-adhesive! It is astonishing how easy it is to transform a room so easily and I only wish I had looked into this sooner!
Not only are the prints offered intended for home living, but also business purposes too – so if you feel like you need to spruce your office space in 2017, Pixers offer you a very easy way to do this without the major disruption of decorators.
I am utterly in love with the colour drop wall mural – as a fan of purple, it really does appeal to me and I am already eyeing up where I could make use of the gorgeous print. Have you got a favourite print from the fantastic range?