Visually enlarge a small interior
We know the pain of living in a not-so-spacious apartment, trust us. We've been there, we've done that. Sometimes you might feel tempted to grab a sledgehammer and slam that wall down. But hey, that's a bit problematic, isn't it? What if we told you that all you need is a smart and affordable wall mural depicting a window. How's that even possible, you might ask. Well, the secret lies in the way our brain perceives space. Just trick it into thinking that your apartment doesn't end where it really does. A wall mural depicting a window will guide the eyes of your guests outside your apartment, onto a sunny meadow just behind that open, stylish window. Who cares that it's just a pattern if you can't tell the difference? Pick from windows leading to the aforementioned meadows, pristine forests and majestic mountains. Open your apartment on an intimidating waterfall just outside your window, within your hand's reach. Can you imagine, how awesome your apartment could become with something so seemingly ordinary as a wall mural? There is no limit to the options from which you can choose!
Make a spacious house cosier
Enlarging small interiors might feel problematic, but the owners of the bigger ones tend to be equally unhappy if they can't make them cosy. After all, who likes to live in an intimidating, overwhelming interior. If you happen to be an owner of such an apartment or a house, we've got a solution for you – wall murals depicting windows themes. Due to their versatile characters, they are just as good at warming up a cold interior, as they are in enlarging smaller ones. You just have to pick a bit of a different type of pattern. For such purposes, we advise choosing either closed windows depicted on your motif or ones leading to a warm interior – think a rustic cottage with a cosy fireplace. Of course, if you need something modern, there are different options for that purpose, just make sure not to pick something overly dimensional, if you know what we mean. The eyes should be able to stop at something interesting, that appears to be close to them, and not wander off into the distance. Common sense is enough to figure it out once you look through collection of windows patterns.