Typically when you see someone tagging your property, you chase them off with a broom, then thank god there are no guns in England. For some property you'll actually want to see graffiti'd, check out Urbankind, launching at the Brick Lane Gallery this Thursday.
Urban's a collective of London/Brighton-based street artists who reclaim all manner of furniture as canvasses for one-off, unique artworks you can sit on, eat dinner off of, or barricade the door with should people from those same streets try to reclaim the rest of your stuff. A few examples of beautifying vandalism:
"(Child's Play #4)" by Dan Innes:
This low-slung, Alfred Cox-designed 1960s walnut chest of drawers has been up-cycled with a large, offset green square featuring a black-stenciled little girl dragging a missile launcher on a mini tractor trailer, presumably to show some little boy she really, really, really likes him.
"Skull" by James Bates:
These nested tables (originally from vintage Danish brand Bramin) cover scattered black stripes, spots, and numbers with ornate grey designs wherein countless smaller images compose a skull, a heart, and a star -- or, what Big Brother cast members consider themselves despite having none of the latter, and nothing inside the former.
"Lady - Yellow Corner" by Ben Allen:
This retro teak Danish coffee table takes a Lichtenstein-esque cropped comic book-style woman, then adds in splashes of blue, red text, and indeed a yellow corner, something you've occasionally produced after drinking things other than coffee.
You can also commission Urban to tag your own furniture, or hold out for their planned expansion to everything from lampshades to whole couches -- because while there are no guns in England, there are plenty of buns.