We love it when our customers share their wall murals with us. We love it even more when they’ve done something unusual with them!
Hannah used the photo above – one of her own – to create a mural for her kitchen that would serve as the splashback to her cooker. Having installed the mural as usual it was then covered with a sheet of glass fixed to the wall, a trick Hannah had seen on Pinterest.
The wallpaper mural is installed.
The glass splashback is then fitted over the wallpaper.
So…what does she have to say about it?
The mural looks great. I had it made to go behind my glass splash-back in the kitchen. I’d seen it been done on Pinterest! So thought I’d give it a go. I absolutely love it and have had so many comments from friends and family. It was so easy to put up and I am just in love with it. It finishes off my kitchen and adds a bit of my personality!
What a brilliant idea – We reckon if you’ve got the right photo you could use a Wallbeard wall mural to create a splashback like this all around the kitchen or even in the bathroom, perhaps in a shower cubicle or just above the bath. If you’re worried about using glass, clear acrylic would do just as good a job.
So there you have it – a Pinterest-inspired wall mural splashback idea for you to consider.
Remember, you can use your own photo, just like Hannah, or choose from hundreds of thousands from our library.
Already beautifully done, the bathroom was clearly feeling too small for the couple, with Peter describing it as ‘our smallest room’.
They turned to Wallbeard to produce a wall mural that would make it feel much bigger. Having browsed our library for a suitable image they opted for the woodland scene at the top of this post.
We got to work straight away, using the dimensions provided by Peter to print the scene at the highest quality on their chosen wallpaper – Paste the Wall. The mural measured just over 2.8m wide and 2.3m tall comprising four panels in total. This is about average for the murals we produce.
We shipped the product on next day delivery as standard and Peter and Philippa installed it soon after.
So were they happy? Here’s what Peter had to say:
Thrilled with the woodland scene in our outside loo. Quality product. Our smallest room is now so much bigger!
Can’t say fairer than that! If you’d like a forest mural like this one, take a look here. Or you can upload your own photos here. Either way, it’s sure to make your smallest room feel much larger!
For cyclist Martin Dobbie the photo was perfect for a motivational Wallbeard wall mural for his garage. As Martin says himself:
As you’ll see from the picture it was just for my garage and I have just Blutacked it to my breeze block wall. It’s been there for months and friends like it. My cycling goal is to get up Sa Calobra in 35 mins hence the picture of Sa Calobra – I’ve since stuck a few Post It notes on it next to the riders in the picture as extra motivation!
Martin took the original image form our library and cropped it down to the right dimensions for the space in his garage, measuring 1.3m wide by 1.5 metres high. It now has pride of place surrounded by his cycling paraphernalia.
What does Martin think of our service?
Process was very easy and was surprised at how many pictures you had on the site. My original plan was to use a picture I had on my phone but didn’t need to in the end as I was spoiled for choice with the professional ones you had on your site…great service, great process and great product as far as I’m concerned.
Big thanks to Martin for his kind comments and best of luck to him on his goal to climb Sa Calobra in 35 minutes!
Get your motivational – or otherwise! – wall mural now. Search our library or upload your own!
If you do a search through our library of images for things like agate, amethyst, marble, sandstone or even diamond you’ll find an array of amazing images that you can use to create a unique look in your home.
To show you what we mean, there’s a bunch of examples below, starting with one of the most popular gemstones there is – amethyst.
Inspired yet? Hope so!