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When Fabgrandpa and I moved into our house four years ago, our budget was very tight. We had been through a short season for us as far as work was concerned, and our savings was almost non-existent due to my prolonged stay in the hospital. So, once we bought furniture and the basics that we needed there was not much left for decor type things. Most of the things we hung on the walls were handmade, or “framed” with fabric. I loved those things so much when they were put up but over the years, the love has worn off. It is time to redo some areas of the house–freshen them up and bring them into 2016.
The bathroom is one of the areas I need to still do something with. I did get it painted, and had new fixtures installed. We took out that ugly shower door, and replaced it with a new, modern looking shower curtain rod, and a funky shower curtain in yellow, gray, and white. But, there are still no pictures on the wall, or other items that would give it a finished look.
One of the things I have been thinking about for the bathroom is a wall mural. It would make a big impact with one piece of art, and tie everything together in there. A mural can convey warmth or whimsy; elegance or casual atmosphere; a back to nature look, or exciting architecture. One that I found is the Herbal Soap, which would fit great in a bathroom, and would convey my love of nature.
You can order your mural in the size you need, to a maximum of 172.4″ X 115″. That’s huge, but I am sure that some rooms in other houses are big enough to carry it off. Once you decide on the mural you want, and the size you want, then you can decide if you want to add effects, such as black and white, or sepia. You can truly make your mural “yours” before ordering.
The hardest part of buying one of these murals I’m sure will be deciding on which one. With hundreds from which to choose, for the bathroom, bedroom, living room, dining room, any room in your house. You can also chose from PixerStix, Vinyl, or Premium Vinyl materials; posters, prints, and more. You can even buy a gift card for someone you know who would like to have a mural!