Ever dreamt of having an awesome mural in your house?
We definitely have. But the bad news? We're not naturally very good artists. It turns out that totally doesn't matter.
From commissioning illustrators (if you've got the dollar!) to buying amazing stick-on decals from Etsy, there are plenty of ways to make your boring white walls look awesome.
We've put together a few of our favourite wall murals out there right now...
There are no other words for this gold moon mural - other than fantastic. It's simply fantastic.
The mastermind behind it is Laura Gummerman on blog A Beautiful Mess.
Chevron designs make small rooms look larger and more dramatic, according to Los Angeles designer Kyle Schuneman.
Floral patterns to brighten up a boring white wall? Yes please.
You can buy this mural here as a decal.
Jump on the watercolour trend and make your wall look like the ocean. You can buy the mural sticker here.
Man, this wall mural is too cool.
Buy the triangle decals and create your own design here.
This industrial space just got super retro with this cassette decal.
Is it wood? Is it just some abstract pattern? Who knows!
We think it looks rad - and it comes from Urban Outfitters.
Can't paint your walls? Go for a DIY panel effect like Jessie from Mini Penny did here.
This decal is amazing - it doesn't leave any marks on the wall but it looks like it has been painted on! Buy it here.
It's a bit girly - but we like it.
Not sure what to do with your blank wall? Turn it into an artistic blackboard.
Children's bedrooms are a great excuse to paint a mural. Illustrator Leah Bartholomew painted this Matisse style mural on this wall.
Now, this is one rad decorated bakery in Brooklyn, New York called (aptly) Bakeri.
Elephants, elephants, everywhere...
You can actually buy this mural. Yep, really. It's not just painted onto the wall. Purchase this fine piece of art from Ane Wall Decor on Etsy.
Surround your desk with motivational quotes, like My Attic here.
It's not cheap, but man this watercolour mural decal is gorgeous....
Twee just got digital with this cool pixilated rose. Find out how Mrs. Ferguson did it on her blog.
We want this on our wall so bad.
Murals don't just have to be on walls - they can go over doors too..
Another coffee shop with a mural we could totally get on board with, as shown in Kinfolk magazine.
Orange, white and wood? Sounds weird, but it works... Check out the full makeover on Vintage Revivals.