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Form Meets Function: Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Use Dry Erase

Posted on March 26 2019

Form Meets Function: Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Use Dry Erase

Dry erase wallcoverings are a bit different than your average wallpaper or wallpaper mural. It doesn’t feature any images or color, but instead, it transforms your wall into a fully writeable surface. If you're still on the fence about whether or not this product is for you, read on and find out the top 10 reasons why you should use dry erase in your space!

 

10. Dry Erase Wallcoverings Are Functional

Let's get the obvious out of the way first – dry erase wallcoverings are functional. They provide an additional writing surface in the space. It turns a plain surface into something you can actually use. We've written an article on using dry erase in commercial spaces in particular, so be sure to give that a read for some inspiration! Keep an eye on our blog because we have another article in the works about using dry erase in your home. 

 

9. Dry Erase Wallcoverings Are Clean

Unlike dusty chalkboards, dry erase wallcoverings are much cleaner and easier to maintain. You don't have to deal with annoying dust or chalk – just dry erase markers and a clean dry wipe to erase the board. This makes it perfect for spaces such as classrooms and boardrooms.

 

 

8. Dry Erase Panels Can be Installed Horizontally or Vertically

Both the Low Gloss and High Gloss Dry Erase Wallcoverings are around 60" or 1.52 metres in width; the Magnetic Dry Erase Wallcovering is 48" or 1.22 meters in width. Since dry erase wallcoverings aren't like regular wallpaper (i.e. there's no "pattern match" to worry about), you can install these dry erase panels horizontally or vertically. This gives you even more freedom, especially if you're working with hard-to-decorate spaces, such as narrow walls.

 

7. You Can Use Magnets On Your Dry Erase Wallcoverings

Some dry erase wallcoverings, such as our WALLS IQ Dry Erase Magnetic Wallcovering, is packed with even more features! Not only does it have the regular writeable surface, but you can also use magnets as well, perfect for hanging up loose papers. When selecting which dry erase product is right for you, consider the differences between each one.

 

 

6. Using Dry Erase Wallcoverings Is A Good Way To Study

Whether you need a space to brainstorm or you need to design a space that can host a large group study session before an exam, dry erase wallcoverings can do it all. Those designing an educational space can turn to dry erase! For student centers, libraries, classrooms, and more, dry erase is a great way to engage with students and provide them with more resources.

 

5. Dry Erase Wallcoverings Can Be Paired With Other Wallpaper

Because dry erase wallcoverings have no imagery or color themselves, they can be easily paired up with other wall décor products to create a more visually interesting look within the space. Be sure to check out our previous article, Combining Murals, Dry Erase, And Wallpaper, for more details. In short, dry erase wallcoverings can be paired up with any other wallpaper products. With its plain white look, it provides a nice balance to the other wallpaper's patter and color.

 

 

4. Dry Erase Clear Paint Solutions Are A Great Alternative

If our regular dry erase panels don't fit your project, consider our WALLS IQ Dry Erase Clear Paint Solution instead. Available in 3 different sizes (50, 100, and 200 sq. ft. can) that will suit a variety of project needs, this dry erase paint solution allows you to fully control the size and shape of the dry erase surface.

 

3. Dry Erase Wallcoverings Brightens Up The Room

While dry erase wallcoverings are used more as a functional tool rather than a stylish statement, these products are nonetheless aesthetically pleasing. Its clean-cut design and surface features a professional finish. Like black, white really does go with every other color, making it easy to use in spaces that may already have been designed. Additionally, using light or brighter colors in a small space can make the room feel larger and more spacious.

 

 

2. Dry Erase Wallcoverings Are Budget-Friendly

Whereas you'd want to use wallpaper throughout the entire space, it's a different story with dry erase wallcoverings. You may just want to install a few panels here and there to add functionality to the space. In other words, you don't really have to cover the entire wall. With our WALLS IQ Dry Erase starting at just $29.95 a panel, dry erase really is a budget-friendly option for wall décor.

 

1. Dry Erase Wallcoverings Can Be Used Anywhere!

The versatility that comes from dry erase wallcoverings isn't just in its usage, but also where it can be used, and that's anywhere and everywhere! From within the residence to commercial spaces, dry erase wallcoverings can find a suitable home anywhere.

 

 

Dry Erase Wallcoverings For Your Home or Commercial Space!

Whether you're designing a room in your home or business space, dry erase wallcoverings are not only functional, but can be a stylish yet versatile addition. With four different types to choose from, dry erase wallcoverings are a no brainer! Based on this top 10 list, which one stands out the most to you? Let us know in the comments!

 

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