The availability of seriously good quality wall mural prints, in the modern day, is, quite frankly, astounding. The simple addition of one to a home can make one feel as if they are really at the scene -a New York skyline in an Enfield bedsit? Why not? A forest scene in a Tyneside cellar? Well, you get the picture.
Today we've selected some fine examples of this from one of our mural professionals, Affreschi & Affreschi. These murals are not just stunning quality, but also a complete scene changer; as the backdrop for each room they are in.
A picture of domestic bliss. You could use this room as a meditation studio, a dojo, a sauna or even an office! A very calming and peaceful scene to look at; even if it were in a cellar. Its pairing with the unfinished wood flooring gives the entire room a very natural feeling -like driftwood washed up on the beach.
Minimalistic and spacious in design, the mural loans itself to the feeling of being in a much larger and more natural, tranquil environment than we actually might be.
The milky-way all through the day! The perfect backdrop for a themed bar or themed restaurant. The positioning of the sofa, just in front of the mural, puts it right in the spotlight and will make it appear as if the starts are shining upon those sat there!
If you always plan that holiday in the Med in your head but never actually get around to booking it, this mural design might be just up your alley… . A bright and refreshing view for any galley kitchen that is sure to perk up your mood after a long day and add a novelty talking point with friends.
A streak of energy dancing across the wall in the bedroom like a spark of current or a pulse, personifying the atmosphere of the room somewhat. Simplistic but beautiful in its own way with an admirable lighting setup that plays well off the theme of the mural.
A powerful backdrop for a big player. Mellow in tone but dramatic in imagery, this mural provides one with enough to admire whilst setting the mood for the office. Got any wall mural pictures that you want to share to inspire? Link them in the notes… .