Wall Written is a vinyl lettering and decal company driven by our customers opinions and tastes. We love to get feedback from our customers and get their opinions on what new designs we should put on our site. Here are two new options that we have been playing with and we would love to see what you think. Leave us a comment below with suggestions, opinions, and more ideas! At the end of December we will count the votes and pick a winner.
By the way, the customer who leaves the most convincing comment will win a free decal of the winning design on us. Let the voting begin!
In honor of the new year, we’ve added a bunch of motivational vinyl wall quotes, many of which have been designed to compliment an exercise room or home gym. This particular quote from Jillian Michaels says: “Unless you puke, faint, or die, keep going.” I created several variations of the design itself, so tell me, which one is your favorite?
The most popular wall quote at Wall Written is an homage to home and family. It reads: Home is where love resides, memories are created, friends always belong, laughter never ends. I wanted to create a few more options as far as the look of the design, because I have a feeling that the sentiment of the phrase itself is what appeals to so many. I also added a few variations to the phrase itself, changing some to say “friends are always welcome” and/or “families are forever.”So, which version would you choose?
I’ve been trying to design a Family Manifesto. I’ve come up with a few variations on the design (the text is all the same) and while I like these three choices, I’m not sure if any of them are good enough to go on the site. I’ll keep on working out this design, but in the mean-time, which version is your favorite? While you’re at it, is there anything you would add to (or remove from) the text itself?
We’re releasing the Interior Typography Collection next Monday, and here is a little series which will be included. The “Someday” series will have six designs which you could mix and match in a little boy’s room. I’d love to make a series for little girls, too, but I could use some suggestions. Anybody have some ideas?