Decorating your NYC Rental with Easychange Wallpaper - It Works!
Friday, December 03, 2010
Earlier this year we had the opportunity to try out Sherwin Williams Easychange wallpaper in a NYC Rental and unfortunately for the client, due to a nasty water leak, we are now able to report that it works as advertised! Easy up and easy down and easy up again... so it really is Easychange.
Bold decorating statements in a rental apartment can be troublesome. Deep colors and some wallpapers will cost almost as much to remove as to install. Many prewar NYC rental buildings like our client's have replacement drywall walls and the postwar buildings are almost all drywall. Unforgiving products and poor installation techniques can lead to damage to the drywall and the need for patching or skim coating. Decorating your NYC Rental with Easychange wallpaper from Sherwin Williams by adding an accent wall or wallpapering an entire room can be done without worrying about wall damage upon removal.
There are many patterns available and this new generation of wall coverings installs as easily as painting the wall.
Some selections are "paste the wall" and some are prepasted s o whether you are a do-it-yourself person or you would like a professional paperhanger to do the job, there is something available that will work for you. Either way, all are guaranteed to go up and come down effortlessly.
Here are some of the main features of the non-woven product:
- Environmentally friendly non-vinyl wall covering
- Dimensionally stable - wall covering won't expand or contract, no more seam separations
- Fully washable
- Remove simply by pulling off the wall - no special tools or solvents needed.
- A wide variety of prints and patterns, including murals
Many vendors offer non-woven wallpaper that will likely perform similarly but for ease of selection and ordering, variety and proven performance Sherwin Williams has a winner. It just might fit the bill for decorating your NYC rental or for that matter any space that you anticipate changing in a year or two.