Exciting home décor ideas using Roland printers and cutters – from floor to ceiling

You can give your home a quick refresh or make a dramatic interior design statement easily and quickly using Roland printing and cutting technology – even creating unique graphics to reveal your style and personality. It’s time to put down that boring scatter cushion and unleash the interior designer in you!

Custom designed wallpaper for interior décor

You can really see the big picture with wallpaper. Wall coverings are back in fashion in a big way and you can even create limited-edition or one-off designs using Roland integrated printer/cutters and a vast range of different wallpaper medias. Imagine any design, pattern or colour, even with white or metallic details or highlights.

Designing interiors with temporary wall vinyl

Alternatively, update your style as often as you like with temporary wall art created with a Roland eco-solvent wide format inkjet printer and separate vinyl cutter or an integrated printer/cutter. They can add a splash of colour or fashionable design without the long-term commitment of wallpaper – perfect for children's bedrooms where tastes are likely to change. Custom wall graphics are also ideal for eye-catching feature walls. 

Print and cut stencils for wall art

Or, how about testing your stencilling skills? You can create some stunning effects on bare walls using paint and stencils that have been contour-cut on a Roland vinyl cutter. You can be as artistic as you like, perhaps using several stencils and colours to create a bold, on-trend geometric pattern or maybe an intricate design inspired by nature. 

Fine art printed directly onto canvas

If a collection of artwork is more your style, try Roland TrueVIS VG printer/cutters to print vibrant colours and amazing details onto canvas or papers in glossy or matt finishes. Imagine photo products or even fine art, personalised for your home.

Give a new lease of life with textured printing on wooden furniture

Thanks to Roland technology, you're not limited to walls. Roland VersaUV flatbed printers can print directly onto a variety of materials such as leather, wood, ceramic and acrylic enabling you to decorate or personalise a huge range of plain surfaces. Could your dining chairs, coffee table or bed headboard make a statement? What about printing beautiful patterned ceramic tiles for your bathroom? What about adding a splash of colour to your wooden garden furniture?

Custom curtains with dye sublimation on fabric

Even textiles can be part of your artistic ambitions when Roland Texart dye-sublimation printers meet curtains, bedding, carpets, tablecloths and upholstery – like scatter cushions! Add custom designs, patterns or logos in a variety of colours to bring some texture to interiors.

Customising small items with a flatbed UV printer

To add the finishing touches to your design vision, or for a more subtle style statement, stick to the small things that make a house a home. Picture frames, vases, lamps and door handles can be made unique to you with the UV printing technology of a Roland VersaUV LEF benchtop printer.

From floor to ceiling, you really can bring your home décor vision to life with Roland printers and cutters or help your customers with theirs. 

 
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Hello! Roland DG is a leading manufacturer of digital devices designed to help professionals and enthusiasts transform their imagination into reality. Working with a diverse range of industries including sign, vehicle graphics, personalisation, apparel and textile decoration. DGSHAPE by Roland products include dental mills, photo impact printers, 3D printers and milling machines. Distributed in over 200 countries and regions worldwide, all products are manufactured using a proprietary cell production technology.