Have you Considered Magnetic Walls?

There are many things you can do to make your home more attractive, and ideally, as unique as possible; but we’re sure this is one method that hasn’t crossed your mind yet. Have you heard of magnetic walls?

What are Magnetic Walls?

Yes, you heard that correctly, magnetic walls! By applying specially designed magnetic plaster, you can bring your room to life by hanging your favourite pictures, artwork, clocks, photographs and any other fancy metallic decorations you may have. This will help eliminate clutter and save you space; they’re a really fun way to transform the look and feel of your room.

Blue inspired Childrens Bedroom with Thistle Magnetic Plaster

Smart and Practical

Magnetic walls can also serve to be a valuable tool for any home office or workspace. You can easily put up boards for ideas, or with little magnets for any other documents that you want to display. No more damaging your walls with pins, blue tac or shelving!

Magnetic wall in office space used to hang pictures

Family Friendly

And what about the kids? You can turn your space into a fun or practical environment for your children. Think interactive classrooms or an art gallery – you can display all of their artwork, homework or notes onto the wall. And then there’s whiteboard paint – this will enable the wall to become fully interactive and better yet, it is fully wipeable – no more mess!

The best bit? They don’t interfere with Wi-Fi or electrical items.

Magnetic wall can be used to apply a blackbaord for kids to use

While the thought of having a magnetic wall may not appeal to everyone, we find it intriguing and it has caught the attention. Is this something that will eventually become popular? Only time will tell but we think it’s pretty ingenious and one to keep an eye out for!

You can find out more about magnetic plasters from manufacturer British Gypsum here. Stay up-to-date on more cheap and easy bedroom ideas, home improvement tips and interior design news by liking A Fancy Home on Facebook!

Image source: British Gypsum