By Anyssa Roberts
Removable wall decals frequently will be the best choice for anyone looking to decorate. They come in any shape and size imaginable, and may be removed, saved and reapplied wherever you go.
They may be made at home, too, using any design or pattern printed on removable self-adhesive vinyl.
In the dorms, I made my own decals using vinyl from Hobby Lobby; in my off-campus space, I chose a large, three-dimensional wall decal from Target.
Back to color scheme:
Choose art that integrates and strengthens the color plan. My color scheme is black, white and turquoise, and my wall decals should complement and reflect my color scheme. There are limitless ways décor could do this.
Rebekah Ison, assistant professor of interior design at the University of Kentucky, says good décor has colors that complement and add to a scheme.
On the decal I purchased, I liked the greens and darker colors in the leaves and branches because they complemented the turquoise in my room.
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