Customize your Surface Book with skins from DecalGirl

Though the Surface Book is already an arguable gorgeous looking laptop, you may find you want to customize the look of yours to stand out from the crowd. Now you can do so with the help of some decals from a company called DecalGirl.

DecalGirl is offering up a number of different skin options, ranging from the black carbon (pictured above) and black woodgrain, to some more "out there" designs based on Vincent van Gogh's famous Starry Night, and even one that looks like the composition notebook used in grade schools everywhere. Each skin is cut to fit the Surface Book, and covers the back of the laptop along with the space surrounding the keyboard and trackpad. And the prices aren't bad either, coming in at just $25 per skin.

So, if you feel like customizing your new Surface Book with a different look, you can hit up the link to DecalGirl's store below to check out all of the options.

Buy Surface Book skins from DecalGirl / $25

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  • It looks so gorgeous, I'm buying a surface book on December and one of these covers.
  • Love Decalgirl. I get skins from them for my handhelds and they do a great job of preserving them from scratches as well as making them look gorgeous.
  • Just being a Surface Book stands out from the crowd....  Being the 1% of the 1% is way too elite for my blood :) But that does look nice so maybe if I get bored with the stock...Does it leave residue when you remove them?
  • It does not leave any residue what so ever! The vinyl DecalGirl uses is the same material they wrap vehicles with! 
  • Those decals look like shit and spoil the premium looks of the Surface Book.
  • Yeah, I'm not a fan.
  • Wait till a few months later and your surface will look like shit with scratches, dents and cum stains.
  • Yes!
  • Edit: Wrong reply, whoops.
  • So you're making a whole new post to "edit" your previous post? That's not an edit. There is an edit button.
  • The app once again broke, distinguishing my post as if I was replying to another user. I've been here for +2 years, I got it bro. Take it up with Jay.
  • How exactly do you expect to use such a device? LOL you are better off with a cheap tablet/ laptop. These decal coverings just detract from the aesthetic and little else. Might as well get a robust case for it (if they become available) and go that route to customize and "protect" from said things.
  • Agreed. I'm not a fan, but kudos to options.
  • Needs cutouts for the MSFT logo on the back. Without that, it's a non starter.
  • DecalGirl just added a poll to vote for the logo cutout on Twitter.
  • Sorry no MS logo slot. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • I just wish that dbrand would make Skins for it I have some on my phones and they are awesome Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • They need one for surface pro 4.
  • You can go here for Surface Pro 4 Skins, they have them!
  • They skinned the screen too?
  • The screen is a free wallpaper! You get a code when you recieve your skin. 
  • Agree that it needs a cut out for the MS logo. Most protective cases for Apple MacBook, heck just about for anything Apple has a cut out for the logo. Why? because logo is something that the owner wants people to know that they paid a premium for an Apple product. If I spend $1500 and above for this laptop, i'd wany people to know that this isn't just any old laptop. But that's just me. But I do believe that Microsoft is trying to develop a image of a premium hardware company.
  • I've ordered from DecalGirl before. The quality is great. They create a matching wallpaper based on your skins. You can also upload your own design. I used on my Surface Pro 3, but ended up taking it off because I prefer the natural, premium look of the device, not a stickered-up tablet.