One of the most difficult task when designing spaces is to choose artwork for my clients. Art is something very personal and it can be a very daunting process. I had clients who have chosen artwork pieces from my suggestions, and then after a while change their mind and asking for replacements.
When it comes to a framed print’s, that’s fine as you can do a quick swap and you pretty much can change as many times as you wish but when it comes to feature wall murals and wallpapers, here it can be tricky. Once the mural is on wall glued with wall paste, it can be very costly to take it off. Also, if your walls are imperfect with lumps and bumps you have to plaster them first, and of course this means an extra cost for you. Wallpapers are great, but I think murals are the great alternative to bring space to life and get a great print without boring repetition. Just check my posts Small bedroom design where I have used previous a wall mural to my client. The good news is, that now you can get a large format mural even if your walls are not straight or perfect.