To quote the wise philosopher Bobby Brown, “It’s my prerogative. I can do what I want to do.” And never have these words of the ages been more accurate than since we discovered vinyl wall art and lettering.
In the days of yore, wall treatments were like a life sentence. It used to be that you picked a paint color, or even worse, wallpaper, and then stared at it for the rest of your life. Or at least until you were motivated enough to bust out the primer or that medieval wallpaper-steamer-offer device to remedy the situation.
But for today’s gays, it’s not about settling down with one kind of wall décor. This week, we might be in a Zen fabulous mood to impress that hot Buddhist Monk we were cruising (while on a quest for inner peace and tranquility, of course). Next week might be more of a gilded Rococo phase to bring out our inner Liberace.
And whether it’s images or words, nothing transforms a room quicker than surface graphics from sites like Blik and Wonderful Graffiti. The graphics can also be used on furniture, dining wear or you name it.
We’ve already pre-order a case of “it’s not you, it’s me” stick-ons to get us out of the awkward post-coitus brunch. It’s way classier than the post-it note we usually leave. (See we did learn something from watching all that Sex And The City.)
Prices vary depending upon design.