Tractor as decoration for the toy box. Label the box with all tractors, cars or large vehicles, with a clear symbol so that both children and adults know where things should be! The labeling on the box is both practical and stylish and makes the children’s room, playroom or storage room more personal.
If there are more boxes that should contain vehicles, you will find more symbols with this theme here – “vehicle theme“. Is it the farmhouse and everything that goes with it that is the big interest, perhaps a symbol with a cow, a happy pig or a barn, is also needed?
The motif with the small tractor is cut out of fine matt vinyl and is available in black, white, gold and silver.
The decor adheres to all clean and smooth surfaces, but can also be used on certain surfaces in finely woven textiles, such as the Dröna storage box from IKEA.
The symbol is available in two different sizes. The large one has dimensions adapted to slightly larger toy boxes and fits nicely on IKEA’s Dröna, the taller boxes in the Trofast series, the Kuggis box and several other storage boxes with fronts that are larger than approx. 20 x 20 cm. The smaller version of the decor fits the low drawers in the Trofast series, the trays in the Samla series and of course many other drawers and boxes with a smooth surface that are at least approx. 7 x 7 cm.
Take the opportunity to label all the toy boxes in a uniform way by using several of the symbols. If a sign is missing that you need, you are always welcome to get in touch!
This decor comes with a mounting tape attached to the front of the motif so you can easily transfer all parts of the decal into the correct position when mounting it. Mounting instructions are included. Remember to always remove dust and dirt from the surface before applying the decal. If you are going to put the decal on a Dröna box with a textile surface, it should first be cleaned with a clothes brush or by “patting” the surface with tape to remove loose particles from the fabric.
Size (W x H): 5,9 x 4,4 cm / 15,4 x 12,4 cm
Idea and design: Kulform