When Richard Pelly approached us to advise him on how best to use the photographs he had chosen to create a wall mural for a downstairs cloakroom with a sloping ceiling and large Velux roof window, we were only too happy to help!
Richard’s mural featured pigeons in flight at various heights which he wanted to match to the slope of the ceiling. In addition, he had a second photograph which needed scaling to fit a smaller feature wall.
We were able to advise on the correct cropping and scaling of each, based on some rudimentary sketches he had provided. Satisfied that the final versions of the photos woul do the trick, he went on to place his order.
We printed the photographs to a high standard on Richard’s chosen wallpaper type; Paste the Wall. Did it all go to plan?
Take a look at the photos he kindly sent into us and make your own minds up!
Here’s what Richard had to say about his mural and Wallbeard:
“I have used these two scenes as wall paper on two separate complete walls in a downstairs cloakroom with a sloping ceiling painted pale blue to represent the sky, it looks fabulous!
“It has now been up for ten days or so and looks wonderful. Everyone who sees it thinks it is great and wants to know how I achieved this, so you are getting lots of publicity for free!!!
“Many thanks for a great result and your telephone help in achieving it.”
We’re delighted Richard is so happy with the results – and we invite you to ask us for help for your mural. We will always do what we can to get you the best feature wall you can imagine.