One of the big design trends of 2017--murals! Fortunately for most of us who don't know a talented artist to create an original in our homes, the wallpaper industry has been releasing an incredible variety of designs that can give your home that touch of old-world flavor, but on a dramatic large scale that adds a visual wow to any room.
This gorgeous wallpaper mural (above) recalls a classic 17th century Dutch still-life painting. This popular genre was famous for its incredible life-like details and of course luscious blossoms (especially tulips!). Bring it into your home and you'll have a bouquet that'll last forever...
Another example of a mural inspired by the natural world recalls the work of photographer Ansel Adams with its contrast of lights and darks.
This mural is another example of a black and white option for those who are wary of big color. Love how it looks like an engraved illustration from an old book.
Why should your passion for chinoiserie be limited to ginger jars? Bring the serenity akin to Chinese screen painting to your domestic sanctuary with this print, an upscale example on silk.
Monet's Waterlilies at MoMA is a series of paintings inspired by the pond from his famous home and gardens at his country home at Giverny. To compensate for his declining vision, Monet still continued his study of reflective and transitory color and light by working on a larger scale. How perfect this translates to this mesmerizing mural wallpaper featuring his study of wisteria.
Why reference any famous work of art or style? Bedtime dictates shedding the day's stresses, letting your mind soar beyond the confines of the conscious mind. How perfect is this amorphous indigo print recalling watercolor painting to usher in a good night's rest?
Medallion motifs, chintz-like florals, this wallpaper mural is affordable and makes a big graphic statement to enliven a room. Imagine this in an industrial loft space or bohemian lounge. Choices, choices...