Paint is the most sought after solution whenever businesses or individual consumers think of revamping their retail or personal interior space. Though it’s the most common trend, there are various other customisable options available in the market that can give a fresh feel to interiors.
Vinyl films are one of those brilliant forms of digital printing that have the ability to change the look of interiors totally. Vinyl films can transform a simple space into a space with elegant graphic designs or even photographs! These digital prints can be made into wall wraps that can be used to provide inspiration to a company, a branding opportunity for an upstart business and even a window into the past. The bright digitally printed Vinyl textured films wrapped on the walls can give the perfect environment for ideation and collaboration in a company.
Avery Dennison recently extended its graphic vinyl film wall wraps to a Creative Company known as Topic Design. It is a web design company that also deals in public relations and is based in Cincinnati. The company had recently moved to a different location and was wanted to create a different office environment for its employees altogether. Topic Design was asked to take a decision about which type of textured film they wanted to choose that
would compliment their designs the best.
Stuck between choosing paint and graphic wall films, it finally decided upon graphic films and Joey Heiob from Avery Dennison who works in the capacity of the Regional Technical Specialist for the company helped to install interior graphics at Topic using MPI C 2600 Textured Wall Film with the Natural Stucco finish.
“Our small team of creative needed a space that reflected their passions. The bright digitally printed textured film provides a perfect environment for ideation and collaboration. One wall features a bright yellow graphic displaying the Albert Einstein quote. Creativity is intelligence having fun,” Said Deanna Hengge, CEO, Topic Design. One wall featured a bright yellow graphic displaying an Albert Einstein quote and another wall featured the company’s signature orange laid behind a branded moss wall.