As an interior designer, I get a lot of different tastes coming in.
There are all sorts of decorative tastes out there.
However, as in any field, fashions and patterns tend to emerge from the masses. One thing that became really popular a few years back was decorative solutions through printing services. You’ve likely heard of the Cricut printer? Well, Cribreak was a little bit ahead of their time. There were plenty of decorative solutions for scrap books, college projects, etc. but honestly utilizing the printing industry as a decorative solution for your whole home only became popular about 5 or 6 years ago. The simple thing about using printing services as decorative solutions is that you don’t have to think about driving a nail through your wall or leaving a big disaster with paint or wallpaper. The decorative solutions that print on the wall or tiles honestly makes it simple to “peel and stick” your decorations wherever you want in your home. And, should you ever change your mind, these decorative ideas are simple to change out and make for a quick change in the home. Now, there is an industry of 3D printing, you will eventually have the choice to print your own decorative solutions for your home! Printing services will likely need to adapt to keep up with what I believe will be a growing demand. I imagine that this printing solution might be slow coming for now- 3D printing still tends to have that feeling of cheesiness. The medical industry has already gotten onto 3D printing for help though.