Frequency of new designs

We would like to advise our customers that we are adding every week one new design on an average bases. You will find word average here only once and that is in the last sentence. We don’t like this word and we promise we will never use it again. The presentation of new patterns is more likely in waves but the average number is correct. 

  • co? vajco! Interior studio Vajco offers a large scale of original designs. It is deeply clear and life proven that wallpaper from us will double up your life happiness. Self-sticking decoration from vajco is made of fantasy, dreams and black inorganic compound. Besides wallpapers we also offer entire line of other  interior  accessories. So get yourself comfy in couch with good cup of coffee and get ready. Vajco is waiting for you with love like from your grandmother!
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  • Fototapety na vajco.cz If you google “photo wallpapers” you are likely to find something completely different from what we offer as photo wallpapers. Wonder why? Same as with our other products, we offer added value in this case and that is our own design.  We will never do what others do – buy a stock palm-tree photo and print it in the desired size. We spoil our wallpapers! All of them are out-and-out perfect to the last pixel, three times adjusted there and back again before we let them see the light of the day. And that’s why you like them, right?
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  • How to apply sticker on your laptop If you are not the owner of 120 cm display you can do this for sure. The best thing on notebook sticker is that it can be transfered from Darth Vader to Snow –white in seconds.
      1)   Clean the desired spot where you will be applying your sticker. The best way to do this is to spill a full bucket of water all over it. Add some bubbles for the best result. 2)   Place your sticker on smooth surface and get rid of the air bubbles with a piece of cloth. Lay the sticker down with paper facing up and take it off.  Now you are holding a motive only with a transfer foil. 3)   Stick the motive to your laptop and go over with a piece of cloth get rid of the air bubbles. Take off the transfer foil. 4)   Once more go over with a soft cloth and make sure that your sticker is sticked everywhere correctly. 
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  • How to stick wallpaper Recommended materials for our wall decoration:  ·     windows, mirrors, doors ·     wood furniture, kitchen tops with smooth surface. 1) Always properly clean the surface you will be working with and get rid of grease. Get walls cleaned from dust and dirt. Get furniture and refrigerators wiped with dish soap and get rid of any glue marks. Dry the surface properly with a petrol cleaner or nail stripper. Each surface requires individual approach. If you are not sure with quality of surface you are working with try it out first on some less visible spot (behind the closet). Before you start sticking you can place wallpaper on the wall and make rough marks that you will rubber off later.   2) Lay the wallpaper facing protective paper down on even surface (table or floor). With a soft cloth go over the entire motive so the wallpaper snaps perfectly to the transfer foil (transer foil could partly unstick from the wallpaper during transport). 3) After smoothing up the wallpaper in step 2, slowly split the wallpaper with transfer foil from protective paper.  In case some of the motive is not sticked to the transfer foil properly, manually press motive down so that any part of wallpaper does not stay on the protective paper. 4) After removing protective paper place the wallpaper to desired spot (if you are not sure or your wallpaper is larger than 1 meter we recommend to do this step with help of another person, this way avoid sticking the wallpaper together). Go over the wallpaper with a soft cloth again so the wallpaper will adhese to surface and also clear off air bubbles. Now you can take off the transfer foil carefully. The transfer foil has lower stickiness than the motive so the wallpaper should stay on the wall. 5) Go over with a soft cloth again and make sure that complete wallpaper is nicely sticked to the wall/furniture. 6) Masterpiece is done, stay green and sort your paper garbage.
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  • Vajco workshops When it comes to designing wallsticker decoration, car stickers or notebook skin the best environment to be creative is definitely circle of your friends. And especially surrounded by a full keg of beer, grilling pig and a ring of fire. Yes darlings, it is HERE!. After last very successful trip when our (that time very small number of people) team got off to wild Liberec mountains cottage only with a drawing pen, sketch book and “incorrupted child look” we decided to make a tradition of this event. We are now choosing the best date for the next annual Vajco event. It will probably happen some sunny May weekend and probably take place at the same village “Nadeje” as last time. We are inviting all of the current Vajco desingners as well as the ones who are just getting into the wallsticker design. We will inform on this event here on our website as well as our facebook page http://www.facebook.com/vajco.cz !
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  • Our wallpaper designers We are happy that our (currently 15-manned) group of designers grew again. Every wall-sticker is like our caressed child, so we don’t let just anyone make them. The last additions to our hatchery are Pepa Prokop, student of animation and Saša Hetmerová, who have added their typical esthetics to our wall-sticker and wallpaper range. By the way – can you tell which one of them is an avid sailor and which one likes to play with figures, bears and rabbits? In our team, your sex, orientation or religion does not matter (even though we would probably check a Universe People devotee), and neither does your bust size, degree in rocket engineering, Miss Czech qualification, Best New Artist prize, knowledge of the Red Dwarf series (although, this will help a bit) or your inclination towards the supercurly. The only thing we care about is creating a wide range of motifs for our collection of wall-stickers, car-stickers, laptop-stickers... and we think that that works, man! We are happy to hear about new talents that might be an addition to our team from our customers or visitors of this website!
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  • Frequency of new designs We would like to advise our customers that we are adding every week one new design on an average bases. You will find word average here only once and that is in the last sentence. We don’t like this word and we promise we will never use it again. The presentation of new patterns is more likely in waves but the average number is correct. 
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  • Something of the wallpaper history ... The first recorded mention of a wallpaper comes from the time of the French king Louis XI. In 1418, he asked an artist, Jean Bourdichon to paint fifty rolls of paper, which he intended to install in his residence. The requested motif were angels on blue background. Hand-painted wallpapers were soon ordered by other wealthy Europeans but the wallpaper, as we know it, was born in 1675. Jean Papillion, a famous French engraver, was the first to start using print blocks for continuous repetitive patterns. Another important wallpaper creator, Jean Baptiste Réveillon (1725-1811) was originally a haberdashery tradesman and paper-maker. In 1753, he started importing large amounts of wallpapers from England. The French bourgeoisie soon bought them all. He then used the dowry of his wife to make his own rolls of velvet paper covered in bright colour-prints. In 1765, already as a very wealthy gentleman, he bought a residence with a park and theatre, to move his wallpaper factory to the ground floor and use the top floor for living. One of his best known wallpapers, papier bleu d’Angleterre, was even used for Marie Antoinette’s chambers. In 1783, Réveillon’s factory was granted the right to use the name of a Royal Manufacture. The ownership of the paper-mill and his know-how helped Réveillon to encounter Etienne de Montgolfier, for whom he created the “wallpaper cover” for his hot-air balloon taking off from Versailles. After the French revolution, Réveillon emigrated to England, let his manufacture to Jacquemart & Bénard company, which continued making wallpapers until 1840.
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  • Hammers, nails, levels ... If you are not friend of drilling machines, hammers, nails, step ladders, levels, rubbers, plaster kits for ugly holes in wall, glues and other stuff than your are on the right address! Our decoration is self-adhesive! It does’t mean that it will jump of the box and stick to your wall by itself but you’re close! You only have to split the wallpaper from the base paper and stick it, that’s it! If you get bored with our decoration (in very non likely case) you can just easily tear it off and your wall will remain undamaged. So what are you still waiting for?
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