The bathroom is one of those rooms that just lends itself perfectly to a wall mural.

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In most homes there tends to be one clutter-free wall in the bathroom, usually against which the bath sits, giving you a centrepiece to work with effortlessly.

So what kind of mural should you be considering? Well, that’s going to be entirely up to your individual taste and décor, but we hope to give some inspiration in this post.

First of all, there are some images that just work in a bathroom. The nature of the room dictates the type of imagery you should be looking for. For example:

  • Flowing water
  • Underwater
  • Trees / Forests
  • Beaches

Here are some roomsets we’ve created, showing different kinds of bathroom wall murals that we think work really well. Remember, thanks to our Wallbuilder technology you can also use your OWN photos, you don’t have to rely on our extensive image bank to create a truly superb looking wall mural for your bathroom.

Waterfall Bathroom Wall Murals

Movement and nature combine to create amazing images for your bathroom.

Waterfall Bathroom Wall Mural

A cascading waterfall positioned with the bath at the centre – almost as if it’s flowing INTO the bath provides a natural and fluid backdrop.

Waterfall Bathroom Wall Mural

A more sedate waterfall bathroom wall mural retains the feeling of movement and fluidity but at a more relaxed pace. The moss covered rocks introduce a fresh, natural green colour to the room.

Underwater Bathroom Wall Murals

Let’s sink beneath the surface for this next set of bathroom wall murals.

Deep Blue Bathroom Wall Mural

The vibrant blue of the water contrasts nicely with the pastel pink of the undersea creature, whilst the small fish add interest to the mural.

Jellyfish Bathroom Wall Mural

Stunning luminescent colour from the jellyfish and the deep blue of the sea really make you feel you’ve descended to the depths whilst you’re relaxing in the bath.

Coral & Fish Bathroom Wall Mural

Even under water there’s plenty of movement , as this shoal of fish proves. The coral provides a nice backdrop, making the bath the centre of attention – as it should be in every bathroom, right?

Rising Bubbles Bathroom Wall Mural

Relaxing, mood enhancing and totally in theme – bubbles! But seriously, this does make a great bathroom wall mural when positioned correctly. We think anyway.

Rain Forest Bathroom Wall Murals

Greenery, serenity and peace.

Rain Forest Pool Bathroom Wall Mural

Introducing serene scenery into a bathroom can be very relaxing, no more so than when it’s a rain forest. This bathroom wall mural goes a step further with a cool, placid forest pool. Bliss.

Rain Forest Mountain Bathroom Wall Mural

You’ll feel like you’re a million miles from civilisation with a wall mural like this – the green, silent rain forest to the fore and the mist covered mountains in the distance give a real feeling of pleasant isolation.

Rain Forest Interior Bathroom Wall Mural

Imagine bathing deep in the lush tropical rain forest with the sounds of wildlife all around you…all you need is this wall mural and a suitable channel on your digital radio!

Alternative Bathroom Wall Murals

Lastly, we have a mix of murals for you to get some ideas from.

Introduce a sense of fantasy into your bathroom with a mermaid style mural – or even, as here, get a designer to create a personalised one with you and your partner!

A moody, atmospheric and mysterious wall mural like this one can work very well in bathrooms with a certain kind of décor.

Another underwater scene, yes, but here we are suggesting you personalise it by using a photo of your own – it could be you or someone you know diving, it could be an underwater shot of your child learning to swim or something entirely different. The point is, it’s personal to you.

We did say a beach makes for a good bathroom wall mural earlier…what we like about this one is how it is almost symmetrical, puts the bath to the forefront and can be dreamed about while in the bath…you could almost be there.

What other ideas do you have a for a bathroom wall mural? Share them with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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