From interior flat walls to hard-to-stick surfaces like brick, stucco or concrete, transform your blank spaces into larger-than-life graphics. From the window to the walls, no surface is left untouched.


The team at Signs Plus loves to work with clients to create custom vinyl wall wraps that help elevate businesses or retail spaces to the next level. Using your walls is an ideal way to highlight accomplishments and help create an environment that allows your business to thrive.

As with many types of signage, there are plenty of options available when it comes to corporate wall wraps. Some of the most popular types include:

Interior wall wraps

Exterior wall wraps

Storefront wraps

Environmental graphic wall wraps

Custom branded wraps that cover multiple walls

The right addition to your walls will do wonders for any business location. Working together, we’ll come up with a design that takes into account the size and type of images you need. We understand that every location and the walls in it are different, which is why we offer a range of options that can deliver the results you’re looking for.

When it comes to the best way to use wraps for walls, there are plenty of approaches to make them work for your specific industry or business needs. For example, interior walls greatly benefit from branded wraps in:



Educational institutions

Sports facilities


Medical facilities

Retail spaces


Commercial spaces

Conference rooms

In fact, they’ll be a great addition to any wall that can be easily seen in order to grab people’s attention.

Vinyl wall wraps for offices are growing in popularity in the medical field as they can be a positive distraction during treatment or therapy. Hospitals, medical and healthcare facilities are smartly using wraps to create a better environment for their patients.

With so many options available when it comes to your walls, don’t miss the opportunity to make them a stronger part of your marketing and branding strategy. While the cost of wall wraps will vary depending on the size and complexity of your design, it remains a cost-effective option given its direct impact on your customers.