Landscape Wallpaper, Wall Murals & Window Design Stickers

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If you’re looking for the best way to upgrade your home- there’s an Etsy store you need to “meet”.
The store is called HomeDreamz, owned by Barry Buser fro Pennsylvania, and it will completely change the way your house looks!

Best solution for a small apartment

If you have a small apartment, there a few design tricks that can make it appear bigger. One being- adding a landscape photo on your walls.
With HomeDreamz– you can do better than that by adding amazing wall papers around your apartment, in various colors and sizes.

CHOIS Films #005 Adhesive Cling Fish Window Decals Vinyl Decorative Privacy Frosted DIY Arts Stickers 35 Width

However, what happens if you don’t have the “free” wall space for a large photo or wall paper?
In that case, HomeDreamz have given you the best solution- adding design, decor and style to your windows and mirrors with amazing cling-vinyl stickers (that require no glue and can be easily removed)

 

An even better design option for bigger homes

If you have a large home with a lot of open spaces- this store would come even more handy to you given the amount of items it holds (over 500) and how much some of them match up!

Plus- you could also order HUGE wall decals and items from Barry Buser, since his amazing stickers are customized to fit even large spaces!

Make it your own

If you have something specific in mind, or can’t find the perfect match to your home inside HomeDreamz– all you have to do is ask! You can contact the seller, send them a photo you’d like and it will be transformed to a cling film (to cover glass) in your size choice! The piece doesn’t even have to be made “straight”, but can be made to fit several consecutive spaces:

So what are you waiting for?
You could have the home of your dreams with HomeDreamz affordable custom wall murals and window/glass cling films! See more items, prices and sales- HERE!

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