In honor of Tron week, part two, we decided to give in to the Grid and decorate the geeklet’s room with some of the new Blik Wall Graphics. When I first saw these online, I was a bit leery. We all know how “removable” decals can sometimes damage surfaces and we just painted this room.
Here are the Tron Wall Graphics unrolled with a 50 inch kid for scale:
We unrolled the wall graphics and prepared for some exhaustive instructions. However the instructions were “peel and stick.” These are as simple as big stickers! For the record, the walls we put them on were painted with a semi-gloss paint and we had no problems. They peel off and stick back with zero effort. We checked back after several days, removed one of the graphics and noticed no staining or peeling of the paint.
Let’s face it, geek parents, our kids’ rooms are the clubhouses we are too “old” to have for ourselves. Look around in there — aren’t most of the geekiest parts of your children’s rooms caused by you?
With that in mind I present the Tron wall:
Yes, that is the Master Control Program on the left — funny how often I get asked that…
Blik is offering GeekDad readers a special limited time offer on their collection of Tron Wall Graphics – Code: GEEKDAD (all one word) gets you 20% off (only on Tron items), good until Friday, May 6, at 11:59pm PDT.
Be sure to visit WhatIsBlik.com and take a look at the abundance of great wall graphics to decorate your home.