Monday, 07 August 2017 08:13

Change your apartment’s decor with a wall mural

Wall murals are one of the most interesting and at the same time fastest and relatively cheap ways to change the look of your apartment. A well-chosen mural will completely change the room by giving it a unique character. What is there to know about wall murals and what kind should you choose for your apartment? Here is some key information that will come in useful.

Modern wall murals

Modern murals are printed on top-quality wallpapers that allow to quickly and easily attach them, even if you don’t have any experience. In addition, the prints are made using durable and eco-friendly paints. This means that you will be able to enjoy the chosen design for many years to come, and the image will not fade or peel off. In addition, the great advantage of such paints is that they do not contain any toxic or volatile substances with an unpleasant odour. The murals are usually delivered in several smaller pieces which are joined together on the wall, which makes the whole process much easier.

What kind of mural should you choose?

Wall murals are a great proposal for those looking for a unique design that is modern and elegant. When choosing a mural, it is worth remembering that they give you the possibility to optically change the proportions of your room, and to emphasise the character of the style in which your apartment is decorated.

For example, so-called spatial designs are recommended for small rooms. These include street or rail motifs, as well as bridges photographed in a standard perspective. Such a wall mural will make the room seem much bigger. A similar effect will be obtained by using wallpapers with bright motifs such as a light, irregular brick mural. This idea is good for loft-style or industrial-style interiors.

The designs also include something for those who prefer subtle elegance. One example is Abstract Mirage, a pattern imitating a three-dimensional, abstract figure decorated with white lilies.

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