Photo/Art Printed Wallpaper Mural.


Thank you for choosing Mural Factory! We gladly accept PayPal, Visa, and Mastercard. Once your payment has been verified, we will process your order as quickly as possible. We custom print each mural to order, and we guarantee that your mural will be manufactured and dispatched within 3-5 business days from the date of your order.

Mural Factory delivers worldwide, using only the most trusted and professional courier services, such as DHL, TNT, FedEx, and UPS. If you have any questions about payment methods, delivery, or your order, feel free to fill out our contact form or email us at sales@muralfactory.com, and we will be happy to address all of your questions and concerns as soon as possible.

Materials

Your decision to add a beautiful, high-impact wall mural to any room in your home is guaranteed to be one you never regret. Not only will it instantly become a dramatic focal point for your interior design, but it will generate buzz from visitors and garner compliments from everyone who enters the space.

The choice of material for your mural is crucial. Choosing the right material for your skill level and your space is the m¬ost important decision you’ll make about your mural. So which one is right for you?

VINYL

Vinyl is the toughest material you can use for your wall murals. Not only can it handle photo-realistic images with a high degree of resolution and clarity, but vinyl is waterproof (and thus very easy to clean), fire-rated, and wears extremely well. It also adheres to most wall surfaces. This makes it ideal for

  • Commercial spaces
  • Homes with high traffic (e.g., children)
  • Outdoor spaces

Pros: Vinyl is durable, beautiful, long-lasting, and easy to maintain.
Cons: Vinyl requires paste and some skill to install correctly.

Selfstick

SelfStick is the most popular option for homeowners. Although not moisture-tolerant and not as durable as vinyl, SelfStick makes up for these limitations by being much easier to install – and easier to remove. SelfStick requires a smooth wall surface, and is ideal for

  • Temporary spaces (rentals, dorms)
  • Window treatments, mirrors, and doors
  • Frequently changing design spaces

Pros: Easy installation – just peel and stick, easily remove to adjust.
Cons: More delicate than vinyl or canvas, not waterproof, requires very smooth installation surface.

Canvas

Canvas is a classic mural material that will give your wall a painted look, but with a vibrant image of your choosing. The texture of canvas lends a high-class artistic feel to your installation. It’s generally usable on any surface, usually requires paste, and isn’t suitable for exterior spaces. Canvas is perfect for

  • Interior walls
  • Long-term installation
  • Any place you want a very high-quality look

Pros: Very luxurious and expensive look and feel, durable and applicable to most walls.
Cons: Can be most difficult to hang correctly, not ideal for exterior or damp conditions.

Congratulations on the purchase of your new wall mural. If properly installed, your mural should stay looking new for years to come. Since, proper installation is key to the longevity of your mural, please read and carefully follow all instructions in this guide.

Why and How To Measure Your Wall

Now that you’ve decided to add new dimension, style, and life to one of the walls in your home or business with a mural, it’s time to take some measurements. First, you’ll need to decide on the placement and size of the mural. Do you want to cover the entire wall or only part of it? Where on the wall do you want the mural to sit, if you’re only covering a portion?

Full coverage is usually the best option, as it has the most impact and gives you the best value for the cost. At the same time, a partial mural will still add color and vibrancy to the room. If your wall is bisected by molding, or you would like to enhance the wall above your couch, a mural on part of the wall can add a whole new look and feel.

Whether you choose a mural to cover all or just part of your wall, you’re about to add an entirely new dimension to your room’s aesthetic theme.

Full Wall Measuring Tips

If you’ve decided that you want to create an accent wall that adds depth, vibrancy, and dimension to your space, with a mural that covers the entire wall, you’ll just need to take four easy measurements.

Height –Measure the height of the room at the left corner and at the right corner. If the floor or ceiling is not level, use the larger of the two numbers as your height.

Width –Measure the width of the room at the ceiling, and then measure it again, along the floor. Again, if the walls aren’t exactly straight, as is the case in most homes, just take the larger of the two measurements. Cutting a little bit of excess off of the mural to fit your wall will be much better than looking at a gap every day.

Partial Wall Measuring Tips

Measure the space on your wall that you want your mural to cover. If you want to ensure that the mural will look level with your walls and ceiling, you may want to use a carpenter’s level and some painter’s chalk to mark out the space. This will give you an idea of how your mural will fit on the wall and in the space.

When you receive your mural, you’ll notice that we add a small amount of excess material for “bleed” room. This allows for odd dimensions in the room and prevents gaps. Cutting away excess is a lot easier than attempting to make up for gaps.

Measuring a Non-Rectangular Wall

If your wall has beveled or rounded corners, or it isn’t a traditional rectangle, measure it at its widest and tallest points, respectively. When you install the mural, you can cut away the excess at the points where the wall is smaller.

Is Your Wall an Odd Shape or Size?

If measuring your wall isn’t as straightforward as taking simple width and height measurements, or you have any other needs, questions, or concerns, feel free to contact us and talk to one of our design experts by filling out our contact form or emailing us at sales@muralfactory.com. We will respond as quickly as possible and address all of your questions and concerns.

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Thank you for choosing Mural Factory! We gladly accept PayPal, Visa, and Mastercard. Once your payment has been verified, we will process your order as quickly as possible. We custom print each mural to order, and we guarantee that your mural will be manufactured and dispatched within 3-5 business days from the date of your order.

Mural Factory delivers worldwide, using only the most trusted and professional courier services, such as DHL, TNT, FedEx, and UPS. If you have any questions about payment methods, delivery, or your order, feel free to fill out our contact form or email us at sales@muralfactory.com, and we will be happy to address all of your questions and concerns as soon as possible.

Materials

Your decision to add a beautiful, high-impact wall mural to any room in your home is guaranteed to be one you never regret. Not only will it instantly become a dramatic focal point for your interior design, but it will generate buzz from visitors and garner compliments from everyone who enters the space.

The choice of material for your mural is crucial. Choosing the right material for your skill level and your space is the m¬ost important decision you’ll make about your mural. So which one is right for you?

VINYL

Vinyl is the toughest material you can use for your wall murals. Not only can it handle photo-realistic images with a high degree of resolution and clarity, but vinyl is waterproof (and thus very easy to clean), fire-rated, and wears extremely well. It also adheres to most wall surfaces. This makes it ideal for

  • Commercial spaces
  • Homes with high traffic (e.g., children)
  • Outdoor spaces

Pros: Vinyl is durable, beautiful, long-lasting, and easy to maintain.
Cons: Vinyl requires paste and some skill to install correctly.

Selfstick

SelfStick is the most popular option for homeowners. Although not moisture-tolerant and not as durable as vinyl, SelfStick makes up for these limitations by being much easier to install – and easier to remove. SelfStick requires a smooth wall surface, and is ideal for

  • Temporary spaces (rentals, dorms)
  • Window treatments, mirrors, and doors
  • Frequently changing design spaces

Pros: Easy installation – just peel and stick, easily remove to adjust.
Cons: More delicate than vinyl or canvas, not waterproof, requires very smooth installation surface.

Canvas

Canvas is a classic mural material that will give your wall a painted look, but with a vibrant image of your choosing. The texture of canvas lends a high-class artistic feel to your installation. It’s generally usable on any surface, usually requires paste, and isn’t suitable for exterior spaces. Canvas is perfect for

  • Interior walls
  • Long-term installation
  • Any place you want a very high-quality look

Pros: Very luxurious and expensive look and feel, durable and applicable to most walls.
Cons: Can be most difficult to hang correctly, not ideal for exterior or damp conditions.

Congratulations on the purchase of your new wall mural. If properly installed, your mural should stay looking new for years to come. Since, proper installation is key to the longevity of your mural, please read and carefully follow all instructions in this guide.

Why and How To Measure Your Wall

Now that you’ve decided to add new dimension, style, and life to one of the walls in your home or business with a mural, it’s time to take some measurements. First, you’ll need to decide on the placement and size of the mural. Do you want to cover the entire wall or only part of it? Where on the wall do you want the mural to sit, if you’re only covering a portion?

Full coverage is usually the best option, as it has the most impact and gives you the best value for the cost. At the same time, a partial mural will still add color and vibrancy to the room. If your wall is bisected by molding, or you would like to enhance the wall above your couch, a mural on part of the wall can add a whole new look and feel.

Whether you choose a mural to cover all or just part of your wall, you’re about to add an entirely new dimension to your room’s aesthetic theme.

Full Wall Measuring Tips

If you’ve decided that you want to create an accent wall that adds depth, vibrancy, and dimension to your space, with a mural that covers the entire wall, you’ll just need to take four easy measurements.

Height –Measure the height of the room at the left corner and at the right corner. If the floor or ceiling is not level, use the larger of the two numbers as your height.

Width –Measure the width of the room at the ceiling, and then measure it again, along the floor. Again, if the walls aren’t exactly straight, as is the case in most homes, just take the larger of the two measurements. Cutting a little bit of excess off of the mural to fit your wall will be much better than looking at a gap every day.

Partial Wall Measuring Tips

Measure the space on your wall that you want your mural to cover. If you want to ensure that the mural will look level with your walls and ceiling, you may want to use a carpenter’s level and some painter’s chalk to mark out the space. This will give you an idea of how your mural will fit on the wall and in the space.

When you receive your mural, you’ll notice that we add a small amount of excess material for “bleed” room. This allows for odd dimensions in the room and prevents gaps. Cutting away excess is a lot easier than attempting to make up for gaps.

Measuring a Non-Rectangular Wall

If your wall has beveled or rounded corners, or it isn’t a traditional rectangle, measure it at its widest and tallest points, respectively. When you install the mural, you can cut away the excess at the points where the wall is smaller.

Is Your Wall an Odd Shape or Size?

If measuring your wall isn’t as straightforward as taking simple width and height measurements, or you have any other needs, questions, or concerns, feel free to contact us and talk to one of our design experts by filling out our contact form or emailing us at sales@muralfactory.com. We will respond as quickly as possible and address all of your questions and concerns.

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