miraentuinterior wall decals

posted by the scholar on December 18th, 2007
filed under: art, design, home accessories

i enjoy bold graphics, so i really like all the wall decals that are floating around the universe right now, because it gives you a relatively inexpensive and noncommittal way to add drama to your interiors. i am especially infatuated with this knitting hands wall decal from barcelona’s witty miraentuinterior – and i don’t even knit! of course if i put this up in my soon-to-be-converted craft room, maybe that would change…

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it’s offered in 24 different colors on their website, and you can see from up above that you also have the option of placing a variety of background colors behind the graphic to help visualize it on your own wall.

truth be told, all their designs are super cool.

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via cribcandy


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8 Responses to “miraentuinterior wall decals”

  1. sosser Says:

    these are grand! such a clever way to add some interest to a blank wall… the knitting hands are wonderful.

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi sosser,

    i think any of these would be so fun to put up on some expanse of wall. i especially love the curvy tree and their other flower and bird motifs.

    thanks for the visit!

  3. Bri Says:

    I love the curvy tree too! Fun on a kid’s wall too. They could be a jumping off point to tweak as well. The knitting hands would be great for a craft room. I don’t spend nearly as much time as I should, knitting and crocheting and that would be good inspiration.

  4. the scholar Says:

    hi bri,

    i am intrigued by the knitting hands and knitting in general because i wonder if it would be a craft that i could completely focus on. i am trying to get back to my good old obsessive days of focusing on one thing at a time instead of what i am doing now, which is stop something and start another thing and not dedicate proper time and attention to either! or maybe it’s just the season…

    anyway, i am glad you stopped by – thanks for the comment! 🙂

  5. Bri Says:

    Gigi, if you are a total novice, I would recommend crochet before knitting. It’s simpler, easier to understand what you are doing, and much easier to fix mistakes. I taught myself from Debbie Stoller’s Stitch ‘n’ Bitch The Happy Hooker. Just my suggestion. It’s quite satisfying.

  6. the scholar Says:

    hi bri,

    my mom crochets like a fiend so i know she would teach me. i am planning to get crafty next year, literally. because it’s fun! just trying to figure out which one to do…

    thanks for the info and suggestion!

  7. Luc Says:

    Another fantastic website with great decals: zozoliving.com
    I reckon the chandelier looks great on every wall.

  8. the scholar Says:

    hi luc,

    your decals look terrific – i especially like the manuka pattern!

    thank you for stopping in and pointing them to us!

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