I was recently invited to review a product from Vinyl Disorder, a great new decal shop specializing in die-cut vinyl decals. Previously, although I love the look of wall decals, I’ve shied away from purchasing them because I was worried about the application process. I don’t tend to be a very crafty person, I love the look vinyl decals give to a room. They turn any room into masterpiece.
I love quotes and I love making a statement with them. Vinyl Disorder let me choose the one I wanted to review and that alone was not an easy task. They have so many wonderful designs, I was having a hard time choosing what I wanted. I finally settled for the one below.
That is one of my favorite Quotes! It was super easy to put up. This Decal is on our living room wall. I just love how it makes our living room look. I got the lettering in Black and it really stands out! Vinyl Disorder offers up a variety of vinyl graphics for all types of things – not just wall art. Their decals can be put on a car, a wall, or how about some luggage? Anything to personalize your space. I love the selection that Vinyl Disorder has, they have something for everyone.
Vinyl Disorder produces top quality wall decals using Premium OEM Exterior Grade UV resistant and waterproof vinyl with an average outdoor life span of 6+ years. None of the decals at Vinyl Disorder are made until they are actually ordered. This ensures quality and longevity of the vinyl.
So if your like me and want to make your house a home, add your own touches to your personal belongings or looking to add a decal to you car window, the you need to check out Vinyl Disorder!
If you’d like a chance to WIN a 36″ Wall Decal of your choice (except specialty medias like chrome or Gold leaf), then enter below! Good Luck!
Disclosure: I received this product in exchange for an honest review, And in no way does that affect my views. The views and opinions on the stated product(s) are 100% my own. In accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255:”Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”