Nowadays, decorating living spaces has evolved from a simple task into a symbol of style and personalization. Interior Film, also known as Decorative Film or Architectural Film, is considered a fresh interior decorating solution that is becoming increasingly popular as an attractive option for those who want to transform their living spaces quickly, easily, and cost-effectively. In this section, we will delve deeper into what Interior Film is and why it has become a trend today.

What is Interior Film?

Interior Film is a type of film made from premium PVC material, known for its water resistance, fire resistance, and durability. The special feature of Interior Film is its ability to adhere directly like a decal to interior surfaces such as walls, doors, cabinets, and floors without the need for painting or changing the original surface. This provides convenience and flexibility for users, allowing them to easily change the appearance of living spaces quickly and without hassle or excessive costs.

The structure of Interior Film consists of the following components:

  • Protective film layer: This layer sits on top of the product, providing water resistance and scratch resistance (if applicable).
  • Design pattern printing layer: This layer prominently displays the design of the Interior Film. It can feature wood grain, stone patterns, concrete textures, metallic finishes, etc.
  • Adhesive layer: This layer is sandwiched between the film and the decal paper, typically a heat-resistant adhesive.
  • Released paper layer for easy removal during installation, often with pre-cut square dimensions for ease of cutting.

Comparison of Interior Film with Regular Wallpaper and Stickers

Compared to regular wallpaper and conventional adhesive films, Interior Film stands out for its high quality, diverse designs, and practicality. Interior Film is made from premium PVC material, allowing it to withstand wet environments and provide fire resistance, thereby extending the product's lifespan.

Regular stickers are typically only used for wall decoration and have limited design options. Regular wallpapers also often have limitations in durability and design diversity.

In addition, Interior Film also features fire-retardant, waterproof, and mercury-free and heavy metal-free properties that are less harmful to health compared to regular wallpapers and stickers.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Interior Film


  • Diverse designs: Interior Film is available in various designs and colors, from natural wood to metal, marble, and more. This allows users to create a personalized living space and reflect their style.

  • Easy installation: The installation process of Interior Film is simple and does not require many specialized tools. Users can either do it themselves or hire a professional for quick and easy installation.
  • Cost-effective: Compared to completely changing interior surfaces with new materials, Interior Film is a more cost-effective solution. It allows for updates and refreshments to living spaces without requiring too much investment.
  • Easy maintenance: Interior Film is easy to clean and maintain, requiring only wiping the surface with a damp cloth to remove dust and dirt
  • Limited heat and moisture resistance: Although Interior Film is water-resistant, high humidity areas or direct exposure to high temperatures may reduce the product's lifespan.
  • Limited durability and fire resistance: Compared to other interior materials like real wood, Interior Film has limited durability and fire resistance, although it typically features fire retardancy.
  • Scratch susceptibility: Although Interior Film has scratch-resistant properties for some materials, it can still be scratched if it comes into contact with hard objects or if hard cleaning tools are used.

How To Installing Interior Film?

  • Step 1: First, prepare the necessary tools such as a paper cutter, measuring tape, ruler, squeegee, and heat gun.
  • Step 2: Clean and smooth the surface where you plan to apply the Interior Film. This will make the installation process easier, without creating rough surfaces and accumulating dust that can affect the film's adhesion.
  • Step 3: Use a measuring tape to measure the dimensions of the surfaces where you plan to apply the Interior Film. Leave about 3-5cm extra to facilitate the installation process.
  • Step 4: Cut the Interior Film into pieces according to the measured dimensions. Typically, the back of the Interior Film, especially TODA Interior Film, is pre-divided into square grids equivalent to 10cmx10cm to make cutting easier without the need to remeasure.
  • Step 5: Begin applying the Interior Film to the surfaces, using a squeegee to smooth the film onto the surface. Pay attention to ensuring a tight bond at the corners of the interior.
  • Step 6: Check the corners and surfaces of the finished product to see if any adjustments are needed.

    In conclusion

    In this article, we have explored more about Interior Film and realized its appeal to those who want to create unique and personalized living spaces. With its diverse designs, practicality, and high quality at an affordable price, Interior Film is not only an interior decoration solution but also a symbol of creativity and convenience in creating ideal living spaces. TODA Thailand Interior Film, committed to providing the best products and services, will undoubtedly be the top choice for those who want to decorate their living spaces in a classy and unique way.