"Interior decoration with digital printing by Mimaki"

Posted on July 19, 2018

Digital printing technologies are revolutionizing the interior décor business according to Mark Sollman, Application Manager at Mimaki. Not only can these items be produced more rapidly and with less waste than with traditional manufacturing processes, digital printing offers the ability to customize – or even personalize – interior décor. This is a growing demand from retiring Baby Boomers as well as Millennials and Gen-Zers, who want to customize their home environments. Businesses also benefit from the ability to customize their interior décor, and the affordability of changing the décor as needed.

Here a five ways to leverage digital printing for a more exciting décor by Mimaki:

1. Wallpaper
Wallpaper is the most obvious use for digital printing for interior decoration. For a long time, wallpaper had a very corny and old-fashioned image, but new modern designs and on-demand digital printing have changed this. As a result, this decor staple from way back when has suddenly become cool again in recent years. Nowadays, suppliers can provide wallpaper in just about any design, based either on their own designs or according to a customer’s specifications. Do you want wallpaper with a specific photo, colour scheme or maybe of a certain structure or fabric? Thanks to inkjet printing technology, all of this is completely possible, fast and affordable.

2. Upholstery
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