3 Photos That Will Make You Want To Have A Mural At Home
Ditch accent walls and choose a bigger design upgrade
The home is like a blank canvas that we can decorate and personalize according to our style and preferences. From displaying our favorite things to choosing the color scheme—we try our best to create a space that's truly ours. While some choose to have a bold accent wall, there are those who want something more unique, and sometimes, even out of this world.
If you're one of the many who would like to take things a notch higher, you might want to install a mural at home. These works of art effortlessly add a special touch to any space while saving you money in the long run. The secret? It's so eye-catching that you don't have to do much else!
Here are three mural styles that can play up the beauty of your home:
Main photo from: Goedeker’s Home Life.
The most popular mural designs usually have something to do with nature or travel. If you're not yet ready to maintain your own garden, this is a great way to bring the outdoors inside. After all, who doesn't want to be transported to their favorite destination everytime they step into their home?
RL Tip: If you're going for something similar, pick pieces that have an organic feel to them such as bamboo and driftwood.
Photo from Web Designers Only.
Mosaics take a lot more work to construct, but the finished products are always worth it. The play of differnet colors give extra character to the bigger picture.
RL Tip: If you're worried about the upkeep of murals, mosaics are much easier to maintain. You can easily wipe it clean with a damp cloth to avoid the build-up of dirt.
Photo from Mozaico.
Watercolor-style murals are great for those who aren't particular about detail. Depending on the colors used, the daintiness of this design will balance out stronger furniture pieces without making the space look bare.
Photo from Goedeker’s Home Life.
Interested to add one in your home? You can ask these talented professionals to give you a hand.
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