When you look at a wheelchair, it has its standards components with its standard color.
If your wheelchair is forever yours, why not add your personal touch to it?
Below are seven fun and fast ways to decorate your wheelchair to give it a refreshing look.
1, Stickers, Decals, and Patches
Put your favorite band, sports team, or images on your wheelchair using stickers, decals, or patches.
They can be found in an arts & crafts store.
2, Custom Wheels
Did you know you can decorate the wheelchair spoke guard?
TOUSDA creates custom designs that add art to your wheels.
It turns your once boring wheelchair into a fashion statement.
Having pouches or bags is a great way to add fun to your wheelchair.
Not only is it practical, but it also adds a pop of color without overpowering the wheelchair.
Etsy has a wide selection of wheelchair bags and pouches to choose from.
4, Wheelchair Skin
This is a great way to change the look of your chair.
You can add it to the backseat, frames, and wheel spokes.
The great thing about wheelchair skin is removable without leaving permanent colors or design choices.
It’s perfect if you are looking to change your style once in a while.
5, Colorful Cushion Covers
You can use fun fabrics with patterns or prints to make a cover for the seat cushion.
You can find them in your nearest fabric or craft stores.
It’s an easy update to make your wheelchair feel less dull.
Adding lights makes your wheelchair an eye-catcher.
You will stand out from the crowd at night, and you won’t have to worry about someone not being able to find you.
There are many types of lights for the wheelchairs, such as spoke lights and lights made to fit inside the front wheels, that can be found online.
7, Adding Colors
Adding colors is a fast way to update the look of your wheelchair.
You can paint certain wheelchair parts or frames to make them vibrant and stylish.
If you are going for a subtle color look, you can add colors to the wheels.
Spinergy wheels have a selection of colors for wheel spokes and tires that you can purchase depending on the type of wheelchair you are using.