Creative ideas for using masking tape on the walls in union luxury apartments
Walls decorated with a good dose of creativity. It’s possible thanks to masking tape!
Infinitely repositionable, easy to use, leaving no trace on the walls once removed and available in an infinite palette of colours and patterns: yes, it’s hard to resist masking tape when customizing decorative items at a lower cost but not only! The walls also call for a personalized makeover full of creativity and fantasy, thanks to the famous masking tape. So let’s stock up on ideas to enhance our vertical decoration using this washi paper tape that came straight from Japan for our greatest happiness! Union Complex is the best spot for purchasing luxury apartments in Lahore.
Decorative idea n°1: use masking tape to display a poster on the wall
Impossible not to find masking tape to your liking. Indeed, the Japanese video (it is sometimes called so because the masking tape is an adhesive tape made of rice paper that comes from the land of the Rising Sun!) exists in all colours (soft, flashy, pastel shades, pop, neon, classic, gold, silver, etc.) and all possible patterns: masking tape with stripes, bands, decorated with flowers, polka dots, crosses, psychedelic or geometric patterns, the hardest part will undoubtedly be to choose from all the models that exist.
So at home, rather than hanging your posters, postcards and photos on the wall using Patafix, thumbtacks or classic tape, fix their four corners using a piece of this adhesive tape that is trendy and very decorative, which will not fail to sublimate them and highlight them (or steal the show!).
The other possibility? Improving a masking tape frame around each of them is an idea that is easy to achieve and 100% creative!
Decorative idea n°2: use masking tape to write a word on the wall
The good thing about masking tape is that with all its colours and patterns, it’s much more than just adhesive tape: it’s a decorative object in its own right, which can certainly help you hang posters on a wall but which can just as well be used alone! So, to boost the decor of a wall that’s a bit gloomy but on which you don’t want to hang anything, why not take advantage of the Japanese tape to give free rein to your imagination and even let it speak by writing something?
With masking tapes of different colours and patterns, you can form letters or even write a word or a sentence. It can be the name of the owner of a room written on the door, a poetic comment like “Dream” or “Love” on the wall of a romantic living room, or the name of a city that strongly attracts you like “New York” or “Paris”. If you have an artistic soul, let go and express yourself!
Decoration idea n°3: use masking tape to make a frieze on the wall
Create an original and ephemeral frieze on a wall? It’s possible with masking tape! To do this, provide yourself with two or three different washi tape models, paying attention to the harmony of the colours, and opting, if possible, for equally different thicknesses. This choice will create rhythm, a certain relief and a nice dynamic on the wall. Then remember to mark the position of the frieze on the wall with a pencil before unrolling the adhesive. Up to you!