Murals by category - Lavender

A mural with lavender is a great option for anybody who loves shades of purple and the decorative styles characteristic for the French countryside. The plant is most commonly associated with the fields of Provence and can become a source of romantic atmosphere in your room. Lavender is a very feminine motif. It can serve as a decorative highlight in a cottage house, a shabby chic-style apartment, or eclectic interiors, which aren't limited to one style. If you're looking for an expressive addition to your bedroom, living room, or dining room, a lavender wall mural is just the thing you need – a warm, subtle motif that's definitely worth considering.

Lavender wall mural for living room

Lavender wall mural for living room

Your living room will gain a romantic character if you’ll place a mural with a purple lavender and golden grass of the Provencal meadows on one of its walls.
Lavender meadow wall mural

Lavender meadow wall mural

A wall mural with lavender is a dream decoration for a feminine bedroom dominated by monochromatic accessories.
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Lavender in Provence wall mural

Lavender in Provence wall mural

A décor in Provencal style cannot be completed without a large format wall mural with a lavender field.
Macro scale lavender mural

Macro scale lavender mural

A delicate print on a lavender wall mural will refresh your living room interior, filling it with subtle colors.
Lavender wall mural for halls

Lavender wall mural for halls

Lavender shade of purple works well with an eclectic décor of a front hall. Apply it on the main wall.
Lavender wall mural for kitchen

Lavender wall mural for kitchen

A minimalist kitchen decorated with a lavender wall mural will become more cozy.
Lavender field view wall mural

Lavender field view wall mural

A wall mural with an image of an opened window allows us to manipulate the look of our interior, which will seem much more spacious.
Lavender sunset wall mural

Lavender sunset wall mural

A wall mural with an image of sunset over Provence can be placed in a classic bedroom or a guest room.

 

Murals with lavender in your interior

Flower motifs and floral decorations have been very fashionable for the last few seasons. You may think that flowers are demanding as ornaments and that they would force you to search for stylistic compromises when choosing other decorations. That's simply not the case! Many doubts and problems related to interior design can be resolved by using motifs moderation. Today we'll tackle some of them, namely how to best use a decorative lavender wall mural in an interior – it's a beautiful motif that you have to be careful with!

Interiors as fragrant as lavender

Lavender is one of the most popular flowery motifs. Why is that? On the one hand, it seems rather neutral as far as plants go. It doesn't have as many immediate associations as, let's say, roses. On the other hand, it's a very adaptable and picturesque motif. Depictions of lavender fields are full of relaxing, idyllic, countryside character. They can easily be used in almost any type of interior. It all depends on the colors in your chosen photograph as well as its saturation and size. The mural will allow you to completely transform your living room or bedroom. All flower motifs share a good dose of subtlety, evanescence, and lightness. Here are some ways to achieve the best possible effect.

Amazing macro lavender mural

An extreme close-up of a lavender spike on your wall can be an interesting combination between nature and art. It's a realistic depiction of the plant with some incredible visual effects. With a lavender wall mural your space will be brighter, fresher, and more energetic. Perhaps the flower in the photo can be in motion, with subtle reflection of light and colors esthetically blending together. This type of decoration looks best in a visible place, such as the kitchen or the dining room, surrounded by white furniture. It will also work wonders in sunny interiors and in the bedroom. The design can look even better if you match it with subtle pastel accessories that contrast the design.

Original lavender wall mural with an interesting background

Another inspiring design idea is using large-format flowers with an interesting background. One of such designs is the lavender on wooden boards mural. The boards are usually painted white and the design works particularly well in bedrooms. The mural will look gorgeous, e.g. behind a wooden bed. Its charming image will facilitate relax and visually mark your place of rest.

Another interior where lavender designs look amazing is the kitchen. Wooden kitchen furniture and rustic accessories go together like peanut butter and jelly. You can choose a photo depicting dried lavender, which will be especially beautiful when surrounded by real dried herbs or potted plants. In this case we recommend a different design with wooden boards. A lavender on wooden boards mural in natural brown colors will be a guaranteed success here. You can install it in the central part of the interior. The purple flowers will attract attention and remind you of the happy moments in your life…

Breathtaking panoramic lavender field mural

By using image depth and perspective you can trick the observer and create an incredible optical illusion. In order to do that, you need a large decoration. A lavender field mural can be used to optically enlarge a room. It's an easy and functional solution that saves you the trouble of investing in additional decorations. The lavender will become the dominating element of your arrangement and it'll capture everybody's attention, especially if the image depicts a whole lavender field. One thing is sure: you should always match the design to the color of your furniture, carpets, or other elements. It's best to decide on a color scheme beforehand and stick to it.

Lavender motifs are also great for a child's room, especially for little girls. Your little bundle of joy will surely enjoy the subtle colors, delicate patterns, and the beautiful perspective. If you have a large, empty wall, you can also consider a slightly different design. Go for a lavender wall mural in three forms (on wooden boards or in a close-up) to create an interesting mishmash of images and give a modern twist to this traditional, rustic motif.