What’s not to love about a wall mural?
They’re mess-free, DIY-friendly, statement-making (but still removable) accent pieces! But if you’re still having trouble deciding which one you want to start sticking upon your selected wall, here are a few of our favorites.
Bring the outdoors inside with murals that give nod to botanical beauties, flora and fauna. Nature’s scenery not only brings serenity, but also serves as a great alternative for those of us that lack a green thumb, ya know? Might we suggest lining these up alongside a window, or opposite your space’s natural light, to really let them shine?
Bring some structure to your space with lines and shapes. And since geometry recalls our days as a youth anyway, its inspired murals seem to lend themselves best to playful designs and bright colors that pop. Living rooms are for liveliness, right? So why not use these as a focal point when friends are over? Get fearless, get funky.
Black & White
It’s no secret that the dramatic high contrast of a B&W can set a #mood, so we suggest sticking these in your sanctuary. Whether that be your bedroom or your creative space, there’s something soothing about its simplicity.
While, yes, we’re all about making your home your favorite place to be, that doesn’t mean we’re trampling on travel bugs! Set your sights on skylines. Dream of long drives. Take short trips and big voyages. And allow these wall murals to help keep your eyes on the prize. (We say place these in your bedroom so they can slip into your sleep cycle.)
Vitamin Sea #photography #nature Wall Mural
by 83 Oranges®$399.99
Eiffel tower, Paris, black & white photo, b&w fine art, tour, city, landscape photography, France Wall Mural
Marrakech Rooftop Wall Mural
Charming Amsterdam Wall Mural
by Alex Tonetti Photography$299.99
If your eye is drawn to abstract art, but you’re starting to feel overwhelmed, don’t worry. Simply pick a color within the piece and repeat it throughout your space with other elements of decor (think: throw pillows, coasters, and coffee tables). Also, abstract art doesn’t necessarily aim to represent reality. In fact, it takes pride in its independence, so place these in the room you need to feel most free.