Scotland is relatively undiscovered by tourists from all over the world. For some reason, this beautiful country still stays under the radar of mass-touristry, and perhaps that’s one of its biggest assets. It’s still peaceful, untainted and vastly desolate. Let us show you the little-known side of Scotland, that consists of clear waterfalls, ponds, beautiful mountains and hills, as well as pristine forests and grasslands. All it takes to fall in love with Scotland is to take a look at the images we’ve prepared, and from which you can make wall murals. It’s hard to believe that such a gem exists right here, in Europe. And don’t even get us started on the majestic castles like the Eilean Donan Castle! The bottom line is, Scotland is beautiful, right to the very core of it, and it’s a great material for wall murals. And it’s not only about nature, mind you, because Scotland also offers you modern cities, with Edinburgh being a prime example. Yet, despite their modern core, these cities are, for the most part, kept in the traditional style, not to lose the spirit and soul. We couldn’t be happier about it!
The world of ages-old tradition
Castles are a very good idea for creating wall murals, and the one we can find in Scotland are exceptionally good for it. Usually desolate, without a trace of modern civilisation in sight, they create an outstanding opportunity to make a wall mural that will become the highlight of any house. These days, more and more people shy away from the modern blister, and try to connect with their roots. That’s why traditional, classic images are becoming so popular. Take a look at the castles in Scotland, and imagine a wall mural like that in your living room. We can’t think of an image that will emphasise your passion for traditional elegance as hard as these wall murals can. Alternatively, bet on the traditional alleys of the Old Edinburgh, which can enhance your interiors with a bit of a vintage vibe. Whichever you choose, trust us, you can’t go wrong with Scotland – it’s not only beautiful, but it’s also subtle and minimalistic, which makes it appropriate even for the modern style. Especially, if you choose monochromatic variants of images!