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Using Murals in your Home Design

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Tuscany Botanical Mural
Do you have an empty wall that you don’t know what to do with? Consider it a blank canvas - one way to add drama to any room is to include a mural.
Since the beginning of time artists have painted directly onto walls and ceilings in order to express their unique creativity, innermost thoughts and document important moments in time. 
Nowadays murals can be made up of paint, transfers (decal), wallpaper, glass, stone and even tiles.
Tuscany Botanical Mural

Tuscany Botanical Mural used here in a bathroom space.

Murals can be found in public places, interior designs and in outdoor spaces within your home. Sometimes realistic and sometimes abstract but always adding a permanent statement with bold, dramatic effect and elegance, that can certainly add artwork that everyone will be talking about.

Painted Wall Image

Day True showroom, Maida Vale

Wallpaper murals are now able to give consumers more scope than before and allow us to add great quality images of every description to our homes. From road maps to nature scenes and all types of famous locations.

Designers Guild Wallpaper Mural

 Designers Guild wallpaper mural, Shinsha Scene Blossom

Designers Guild Wallpaper Mural

Designers Guild wallpaper, Buckingham House Graphite

Murals are perfect for filling an otherwise large blank wall, to frame or highlight areas in a room, such as, above beds to create a headboard or creating focal points within rooms such as splash backs, room divides or fireplace walls.

 

Rainbow Painted Mural

Painted mural to create a bedroom headboard thanks to thehousethatlarsbuilt.com 

Banksy Style Decal

Banksy Style Decal Mural thanks to eBay.co.uk

Tile Murals have been around since ancient tiles and are still just as wonderful today as the original mosaics of Roman times. Made of hard wearing porcelain or ceramic they can be used in many more delicate areas of the home such as kitchens, wet rooms, splash backs and outdoor areas.

Tuscany Botanical Mural

A closer look at the Tuscany Botanical Mural

Each tile is an individual masterpiece. This mural consists of 36 tiles each with a charismatic colour palette which is perfect for both contemporary and traditional interiors.

Tuscany Botanical Mural

Tuscany Botanical Mural used here as a magnificent Kitchen Splashback

Another popular mural in the Tuscany range is the Tropical Mural, shown here in a modern bathroom setting. The ceramic tiles are perfect in a more humid bathroom space.

Tuscany Tropical Mural

Tuscany Tropical Mural

These stunningly artistic tiles make up a beautiful tropical sanctuary. You could create this too in your home with this gorgeous Tuscany Tropical Mural.

Tuscany Tropical Mural

Tuscany Tropical Mural

Murals can offer a magical sense of mystique to any interior. With the right choices and materials they can offer an escapism difficult to achieve in any other way.

 By Hilary Pope 

 

 

 


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