powered by
Design Dilemma
Photos
Products
Ideabooks
Discussions
Design Dilemma
Professionals
Users

eager to make wall art

artofhenryDecember 10, 2012
I'd like to create a mural using printed pieces of art, however I am not sure of the best medium on which to print. I'd like to avoid seeing the border of each printed element. I've tried photo paper mounted onto clear vinyl contac paper, which I then applied to the wall as a sticker. does anyone have ideas for a more refined application/approach? Such as printing on rice paper and adhering to wall with a clear glaze.
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
charleee
Have you ever printed on rice paper before? Is it like what we used to call onion skin?

How about printing on canvas, would that work? Then you could use Mod Podge to adhere it to the wall.
    Bookmark   December 14, 2012 at 10:49AM
Sign Up to comment
More Discussions
Our living room is driving me crazy. Please help!
This room was one of the reasons we loved this house...
Laura
Remote fan
I have a wood cabinet that has been lined with stainless...
lfreibert
Need Help designing around a structural beam in master bath
How to build around structural beam for remodel. want...
msamassanari
French doors or slider patio door
This old picture window on the right is getting replaced...
jbryan21
help with plumbing toilet drain
In my basement finish, we are moving a rough-in for...
steves767
Sponsored Products
Tech Lighting Jaxon Brown 14 1/2" High LED Wall Light
Euro Style Lighting
Stogie I Pendant by LBL Lighting
$180.00 | Lumens
Foscarini | See You Wall / Ceiling Light
$657.00 | YLighting
Olivia 5 Piece Queen Bedroom Set in Black
$1,276.00 | LexMod
Life of Glamour Wall Lamp
$289.99 | Dot & Bo
Wall Mounted Frosted Glass Soap Dispenser With Bronze Mounting
TheBathOutlet
Westinghouse 8-5/8 in. x 5-1/4 in. Raspberry Swirl Neckless Accessory Shade 8571
$14.97 | Home Depot
Fascination Mini Pendant
Lightology
People viewed this after searching for:
The content on this page is provided by Houzz and is subject to the Houzz terms of use, copyright and privacy policy.
Copyright claims: contact the Houzz designated agent.