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Wall Heroes Saves the Day with Rustic Graphics

A residence is transformed with a homey print.

Wallcovering collective Wall Heroes suggested design after design for a residential customer, “but none seemed to fit just right,” says the shop’s founder, Ryan Deemer. But then they saw this log design and it was “an instant hit.” The graphic was printed on Wall Heroes’ HP Latex 360 onto LexJet Print-N-Stick fabric and cut with a Graphtec FC8600-160 vinyl cutter. The shop prints all of its wallcoverings with a half-inch overlap to allow a margin of error; customers are able to self-install the murals and avoid an installation fee. This project also called for a 1 x 2-foot extension to cover a chunk of wall leading to the customer’s hallway.

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