Unique Ways to Use Vinyl Decals

Unique Ways to Use Vinyl Decals

Wall decals are very versatile and can be used in a variety of ways. They aren’t just for sprucing up your empty wall space alone. Vinyl decals can be used on any smooth, hard surface or even certain textured surfaces which allow proper adhesion. Once properly applied according to our guidelines for installation you can place decals on a long list of locations and items. Here are some unique ways to use vinyl wall decals.


You can use decals to label your mailbox. This gives you a chance to personalize your mailbox and decorate it with a font you like in a style you prefer. 


Sometimes you may think your door is a little too plain or boring. You can add a vinyl decal to give your door a little more personality and pep. Whether it’s a subtle enhancement or something more bold, you can use decals on any door, at home, school or work.


Label your tumblers, water bottles and even wine glasses with decals so that it doesn’t get misplaced or mixed up with others. 

Car windows

You can add a splash of color or quirkiness to your car exterior by applying a vinyl decal that suits your personality or interests.

Kitchen cabinets

Add some vinyl decals to your kitchen cabinets. You can choose from baking and cooking related decals or something that can help you stay more organized

Pantry labels

Label your pantry containers  to find your ingredients with ease and make your pantry look like something out of a Good Housekeeping magazine!

Bathroom mirrors

The bathroom mirror is one of the first things we encounter when starting our day. Using a decal to add a cute message or quote can boost your mood in the mornings! 

Versatile decor 

Wall decals can be easily applied and are waterproof. They are also very durable and can last for a few years or even more without peeling or falling off the surface its applied to. Let your creative juices flow and you can come up with many versatile uses for decals around your home, school or office!

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  • Rachelle Austin
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