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Questions to Ask about Murals

Applying a mural to a wall or ceiling requires a specialized set of skills. Before you hire someone to make a mural for your home or business, you will want to ask them several questions. This should help you choose someone with the right level of experience to decorate your surfaces properly.

  • Do you have pictures of murals that you have made?
    One of the best things that you can do is ask for examples of other murals that the artist has made. This will help you decide whether they have enough experience for your project. Look for images that are relevant to your needs. This might mean looking for nursery, ocean, tropical jungle, or beach scenes.

  • Can I contact the other individuals and businesses you have worked for?
    Contacting references should help you decide which artists work professionally.

  • What media do you typically use to cover walls and ceilings like mine?
    Some artists use stencils, paint, and tile to make their murals. Others make customized decals and stickers that they can adhere to the wall. If you have a preference for one medium, then find an artist with experience in that area. Otherwise, you might find that you don’t like the décor that you get from the decals, stencils, or stickers on your wall.

  • Can you incorporate my room’s current décor into the mural’s design?
    If you would like to cover your wall with images and designs that coordinate with other items or structures in your room, then look for an artist that can accomplish this goal.
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    Seek out someone with a background in art or design with a flair for creating free hand or stenciled wall and ceiling murals. Ask to see a portfolio of previous work, plus rates and a timeline that the project could be completed in. The mural artist should pick up the necessary supplies to complete the décor, from stickers and decals to tile and paint.

    If you decide to take on the project yourself, head to a home improvement store or craft store to pick up what you need. A poster shop can sell you posters to incorporate into the room, as well as visually appealing wall coverings and other designs. At craft store you may find a variety of themes, including tropical, beach, horses and sports.

    The store may even have a book of sample murals for you to peruse, where you can get ideas for your children’s room, nursery or dining room. If you’re unsure of technique, ask the store associate if the store offers art classes. You may be able to take a class on how to paint murals, utilizing techniques like fresco, which is an authentic form wall art. If you’re looking simple ideas, then pick up some stencils to do a border as part of the décor.

    A design consultant within a craft or home improvement store can give you some pointers as to how big the mural should be and what colors you should use for your world map, graffiti, jungle or beach themed mural. Purchase in bulk from wholesalers if you need a lot of paint and other supplies, such as wall coverings, photos, decals and stickers. Online art sites sell a variety of unique and custom accents for your ocean mural, such as wallpaper, in a variety of materials like vinyl.