Tatouage Mural Ideas – Choosing The Right Mural For Your Home

Do not think you can afford murals? Do not think you can handle a mural design on your own? How wrong could you be! There's always a way to achieve the interior design effect that you want at home. One of the ones to consider in this case is tatouage mural designs. The way that tatouage murals work is that you purchase the kit, and then just use a simple dry rub method to transfer the picture from your kit to the wall itself.

You will not have to look far to find a tatouage mural for your home. If you're not sure what type of mural you would like to put on the wall, browsing an online tatouage mural catalog will definitely help you make a decision. This entire process could have a fun family activity – especially if you're looking for a design that you can put in the living room. Your kids could pick out murals for their own bedrooms too anyway?

How about choosing a relaxing location and picking murals that fit that location, like a beach or forest. You can also find some murals that will make your room look like you are living underwater, or in a fantasy forest! The sooner you start looking the sooner you'll find a fun design that'll fit in the space you want to fill on your walls.

Your bedroom should be the most relaxing room in your house. You should really look at mellow themes and mellow colors in any murals that you intend using in a bedroom. Images of the beach, vacations, or calming forests are a good idea. There are some tatouage murals out there for almost any theme that you could want to add. Just think ….. use your imagination ….. you could even make it look as though there are palm trees growing in your room!

Once you've picked the mural the process of actually putting it up on the wall is relatively easy. Just like any other type of wall design, you need to make sure that the wall you're going to put the mural on is clean and smooth. This way, the mural will be applied evenly, and it will stay where you put it. You could also consider painting the destination wall with a new color that matches your mural. If it's a beach mural, for example, you could think about a warmer off-white color. If you are going to be putting up an underwater mural, then light blue is a good idea.

To actually apply the tatouage mural, you just need to remove the backing from the mural design itself. Then, put the mural on the wall. The colored part of the design should be against the wall – after all, you are just doing a transfer, you are not actually attaching the mural paper to the wall.

Your mural kit should come with an applicator, so you need to rub that against the back side of the paper. After the mural is stuck to the wall, just carefully peel the paper off of the wall and you're done – you'll have a mural to admire for years to come! Are not you proud of your work now?

Source by Niall Roche