Home Sellers Impacting Interior Design Market Niche

At a time when the housing market is sluggish, Walls Need Love has experienced an increase in sales as home sellers are seeking cost-effective, simple ways to improve their home’s appeal to potential buyers.

Nashville, TN (PRWEB) June 21, 2012– In recent months, Walls Need Love has observed a growing trend of home sellers seeking quick and budget-friendly ways to improve their home’s appearance. In the midst of a sluggish economic recovery, many home sellers have witnessed firsthand the impact of an uncertain housing market.

Although mortgage interest rates remain at record lows, many would-be buyers do not meet the stringent lending requirements or are simply concerned with the potential for further decline in home values. With pending home resales dropping, many sellers and their realtors are desperate for solutions to lure in potential buyers at a time of the years when home sales are generally most steady. Because the supply of resale homes greatly outnumbering demand, sellers are looking for cost-efficient, yet effective ways to set their property apart among the competition.

Even though many home sellers would love to complete kitchen or bathroom remodels in order to sell their homes more quickly, the reality is that few can afford these costly upgrades. Even though such improvements have historically shown to attract buyers and increase a home’s sale price, even those sellers who can afford such upgrades are often skeptical of the potential for increased return or a quicker sale. An increasing number of sellers are looking for affordable ways to stage their home and increase its appeal to buyers. Savvy sellers are abandoning traditional wall art and decor and instead, flocking to
wall decals. Ranging in styles, colors, and sizes, and even customizable to any taste, decals cost a fraction of traditional paintings and wall art.

Vinyl wall art, which can often be installed on a wall in less than five minutes, does not require any nails or glue and instead, is applied directly on a painted wall, glass, or other non-porous surfaces. Wall decals do not damage walls or underlying surfaces and can be removed even more quickly than they can be installed; in addition, many decals can even be reused. Home sellers, who are often challenged with the task of creating a focal point in a room or finding a large piece of art to cover a bare space, such as above a fireplace, can use wall decals to meet these decorating needs and provide a clean, updated look to
their home.

Walls Need Love owner Ali Abrahimia, said the following regarding his company’s commitment to assisting home sellers who find themselves needing to improve their home’s appearance, “Walls Need Love frequently receives phone calls and e-mails from home sellers who need ideas for using vinyl wall art to improve their home’s appearance. We are committed to providing design assistance to each customer and will even take a photo of the seller’s room and determine the best decal design, color, and size for the space.” Mr. Abrahimia also commented, “Our customers are able to use vinyl wall art to accent their home’s strong points and depersonalize a space without sacrificing style. For customers selling their homes, tree wall decals, abstract wall decals, wall quotes, clock wall
decals, and design packs are very popular choices.”

Since opening for business, Walls Need Love has shown its commitment to providing a cost-effective way for customers to update their home or office decor. In addition to offering a wide range of decorating solutions for customers seeking unique and simple design solutions, the Nashville based company also donates a percentage of every sale to Sound Forest, a non-profit organization committed to environmental preservation.

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