Retro-Inspired Murals For Your Home*


Now that 2017 is well under way, you may be thinking of changing up your house and living space for a fresh new start. In the sales, I  have treated myself to some new desk accessories and was kindly gifted quite a few  bits of homeware for Christmas, including a brand new set of pans (practical, but perfect).

Another way, of course, is to completely redecorate your room! If you’re after something a bit quirky and love retro designs then I might have the solution for you.


Murals Wallpaper have a huge selection of retro and pop art inspired designs. They’re an excellent way to add a bit of personality to your home, as well as being fairly affordable. With eye-catching patterns inspired by the twentieth-century, you can transform your home to resonate any era.

After collecting vintage postcards during my time at uni, I personally love the travel poster wallpaper. I also think the classic map mural would be useful if you’re always planning exciting trips away.


Meanwhile, if you’re a literature fan, the Dickensian design will suit you down to a tee. I could imagine this fitting nicely in a cosy reading nook. There’s also several video game inspired prints – ideal if you have a games room!

With so many designs to choose from, you’re bound to find something that suits you and your home on the Murals Wallpaper website. On top of all this, the murals can be purchased with a self-adhesive backing that allows you to easily remove them if you live in rented accommodation, or if you just want to change up your space again.


*Whilst this post is a collaborative effort, all opinions stated are my own. If you would like to check out my disclaimer please click here

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