A feature wall can turn an ordinary room into something truly extraordinary, and it’s a fairly straightforward way to transform a space without having to start from scratch. There are plenty of ideas to pick from, but the one that offers perhaps the most visual impact is a mural wall – an option well suited to those with an artistic or quirky sensibility.
There’s a lovely botanical theme going on in this wall mural – it’s eye-catching, no doubt, but at the same time relaxing to look at.
This mural is beautifully simple in its design, and easy to create if you have a bit of artistic flair.
Some of the best wall murals incorporate the space around them, and this bedroom, with its grey decor interfusing with the dark cloud mural design, is a nice example of this.
If you want a mural wall in your bathroom, then go right ahead and have one. A mural should to be something out of the ordinary, not a decor choice subject to restrictions.
And don’t restrict yourself to a single wall either. The walls in this room are colourful and lively, and have a vibrancy that would be lacking in your standard run-of-the-mill wallpaper.
Even somewhere as plain as a hallway can be made more interesting with a wall mural. Anyone entering the home above would be immediately struck by the abstract art painted directly onto the wall.
A wonderfully urban grunge apartment, with a mural wall to match.
This mural wall is more traditional in its design, but still a stunning piece of home decor.
Flowers make great subject matter for wall murals, and can be as realistic or as abstract as you like in their depiction.
This mural of a city street is more than just an interesting wall feature, it also cleverly gives the appearance of the room being bigger than it actually is.
The door above demonstrates just how well the wall mural concept can be adapted to suit other surfaces in the home.
For more of an understated option, something relaxing that won’t overpower the room, this watercolour-stained mural is ideal.
An ever-changing mural? With a chalkboard wall and some coloured chalk, it’s entirely possible.
Wall murals can be representative of tastes, interests, or personality, but when it comes to children’s rooms, they’re all about having fun!
Bedrooms don’t come much more inviting than this one. The decor is serene, and the mural wall like something from a dream.