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Murals & Faux Finish Walls

Artists with a flair for the creative are available for hire when it comes to interior and exterior decorative wall murals, whether for bedrooms, bathrooms, living rooms, or nurseries. Many artists are freelancers who work for a variety of customers, from schools and galleries to museums and restaurants. They often can do any theme you select, from beaches and clouds to antique, fresco, or plaster finishes.

Any artist boasting this specialty should have plenty of experience painting murals as part of remodels or renovations. He or she should be able to provide a portfolio of previous work to give the customer an idea of his or her style.

Home designers or interior decorators are another set of professionals in this industry. They also have a knack for painting, especially faux finishing and ceiling work. They offer a variety of textured looks, from brickwork and marble to wood and suede, by using simple tools like rags and sponges. Some looks can be achieved by using a combination of classic wallpaper along with a more modern faux finishing technique. These professionals typically have attended some sort of design school or have taken courses aimed at a certain decorative style. Artists, too, usually attend an art school of some kind, but it's certainly not necessary.

People who want to take on the residential or commercial DIY project themselves can find all the faux finishing and mural supplies they need at a paint store or home improvement store. Especially online, there are thousands of designs to choose from. Some murals are essentially stickers of wall art that can be easily adhered to any wall. Retail and wholesale providers may also offer shipping and delivery, free color and style consultations, and specials and discounts to get customers started on their faux finish or mural endeavor.

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Murals and faux finishes are highly designed in both the interior and exterior of homes and buildings. Decorative tiles can increase the value of a home since it increases a person's satisfaction with it. Wallpaper will come in a variety of designs and patterns, but having a muralist design a custom made painting will give you a one of a kind look. Instructions on how to install wallpaper or faux finishes may not be easy to follow. Hiring a professional artist can help you get the outcome you desire for your home. The exterior of buildings in places around the world benefit from having political or fun murals painted to show people driving and walking by. A company can advertise their services on the outside of their building as well. To find a provider that staffs muralists, look on the internet, in a phone book, or ask friends and family. Calling a local art school may also give you some information on who is located close to you that has experience painting on walls. Call different businesses and ask what type of materials they have and use for their customers. If you want a certain type of paint, make sure they have it available or are willing to use it for you. Artists will charge differently as well. Some may have a per hour rate, while others will give you a flat rate. Compare prices with multiple companies to see who gives you the level of quality you're looking for as well as the price that fits your budget.



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