If you couldn’t tell already, Travel is a huge part of my life. I’m always looking to book my next trip and planning my next adventure. I recently came across a company called Wallsauce who specialises in wallpaper murals from abstract art to famous sights from around the world. Although it’s kind of a huge commitment to decorating such a large portion of your walls, it’s a great way to add your passion for travel into your home decor.
There is such a large selection of Wallpaper Murals on the Wallsauce website. There are some beautiful black and white wallpapers featuring skylines from New York, London and Paris which have really caught my eye. Also available are some dreamy beach scenes, incredible photography from Yosemite National Park and The Golden Gate Bridge. A few other designs which have caught my eye is the amazing tropical leaf print murals. I could 100% see myself having this in my house.
All of the murals are made to measure to fit your own living space. There is a full guide on their website on the best way to measure your space and even how to install the mural – which is basically the same as any other wallpaper.
You can actually even use your images – granted that they are pretty high quality for a wall mural. So if you’ve got that perfect image of the Taj Mahal or The Golden Gate Bridge which is picture perfect to be a centrepiece in your living room, Wallsauce can make it happen! If you’re concerned that the image isn’t of high quality, their in-house team will have a look and get in touch with any concerns. Prices for using your own image for a wall mural start at £26 per meter square.
Would you ever consider getting a Wallpaper Mural? If so, Which one would you go for?
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