There are various ways to get a mural onto your walls at home or in the office. From pattern and design being hand painted (Bethvictoria.com/mural) to wall decals (stickers).
For the playroom or nursery:
Available here: Animal tree , Owl and Pussycat , Twinkle Twinkle and
For the rest of the house:
Available here: Tree and birds , Feather and Map
Do it yourself:
Here are a couple of ideas that you could do at home. From a small design to a whole wall piece.
Here are some great little tips for decorating your home!
1) Add a rug to change a room
To instantly change a room add a large rug. It will add colour and shape to a room.
2) Keep bits and bobs together with a tray
If you have random bits you don’t know what to do with organise them with a tray.
3) Don’t forget the doors
Doors can be forgotten when decorating a room. Paint them to add more colour to a room. Use block colours or create patterns.
4) Update with paint
Use paint to re-invent your furniture. Spray or hand paint your items to make them new and fresh. There are many ways to do this, the dripping paint seen above is a great idea.
5) Windowsill displays
Use trinkets, candles, frames and lights to decorate your windowsills. Flowers are especially good for windowsills, bringing the outside in.
5 of our current top tips for when you’re decorating your home.
1 – Go for white
Simply – white works. Any room and with any style, a base of white walls or furniture is an easy and efficient way of decorating your home. It is a colour that you won’t tire of and if you decide you want to do something different its a great base coat.
2 – Leather will last
Any colour, even white, leather is a long lasting and pretty indestructible material. The head board of a bed to a dining room chair this material is timeless and comfortable option.
3 – Mix it up
Don’t be confined within one design style or colour option. Mix up modern and vintage or industrial and Scandinavian. The style of one piece of furniture doesn’t have to dictate a whole room. Mix colours too, as long as the shades are right, a blue and pink room works, give it a go. But, don’t go overboard with the mixing!
4 – Plants brighten any room
Plants can brighten the dullest of corners in a room. From big potted plants to little terrariums. A bit of green and a bit of life can bring brightness to any room.
5- Wallpaper works
Whether its our wallpaper or another wallpaper is a great way to decorate a room. They don’t just have to be used on a wall, if you have a sliding door make it look a lot nicer and brighter with a patterned wallpaper.
Here are a few ways to get your home suitably summery. Getting you ready for parties, BBQs and general summer evenings.
Flowers are great all year round but during summer they’re even better! Here are three different ways of displaying flowers, adding a little extra to the look.
Theres nothing more annoying in the summer than bugs here is a great way to get rid of them! Fill mason jars with things that bugs don’t like, such as, lemon, orange, cinnamon, lavender or rosemary. Then put in some hot water mixed with citronella oil and finally add a floating candle.
Napkins and Straws
Napkins, straws and table clothes are a great way to temporarily get summer into your home. They’re also perfect for a summer BBQ!
All available here: www.swoozies.com
There are many ways to get the colour red into your home other than painting a wall in that colour.
Or painting different pieces of furniture and even doors in a high gloss red is an easy way to add a bright splash of colour to your room.
A little bit of up cycling is a fun way to add the colour. Painting old chairs and re-upholstering cushions. Or fully re-upholstering chairs like the middle picture above. Another easy way is to paint the inside of mason jars with the colour and use them as vases, storage or candle holders.
Or just buy some simple accessories that you can add to your room.
Red as a colour when in the living room stimulates conversation and in the dining room encourages appetite.
Yellow is a energising, joyful, sunshine colour. It goes well with greys, blues and greens and works well as more of a hint than a block of colour.
Bed sheets, cushions and throws are quick and simple way of adding that hint of yellow to a bedroom.
Re-upholster old chairs and cushions with a fresh yellow patterned or block fabric.
Lighting. Shades or lamps. Big or small.
Furniture. Modern or old. Worn or new. Patterned or block. Mustard or lemon.
All about the plants, Greens and woods. Just a bright and natural style. Bringing a tropical garden inside. Making a room light and airy.