Purrfect cat wall murals
Whether you’re sharing a pawsome picture on Instagram, or getting down on some feline-related GIF action with friends – cats are everywhere at the moment – and Photowall have the best collection of cat wall meowrals you’ve probably ever seen.
In honour of Black Cat Appreciation Day on August 17th, we’re sharing some of our favourite ways to introduce feline designs into your home without looking like a crazy cat lady.
Cats and colour pops
Pops of colour paired with natural materials has to be one of this year’s biggest interior design trends. Mixing mustard yellows with paired down palette greys is a must in any space – especially your living room. Photowall’s Meeting in a Yellow Bureau wall mural is perfect to add a serious statement to your living room feature wall. The not-to-scale photograph adds a space-enhancing feeling to your room – something that any small interior space can benefit from. The mustard tones in the photograph look stunning paired with oak elements and different shaded grey walls. Opt for light grey if you’re short on space, or dark grey if you have high ceilings.
If you’re a self-confessed cat lover then this is definitely the wall mural for you. Photowall’s Catmania wall mural looks fabulous paired with white walls and grey faux fur accents. The mural features over 100 different breeds of cat, so you’re really spoilt for choice when colour matching accessories. Soft hues are the perfect shades to accompany this mural and accessorising with statement colour pops is a wise design move – since it’s all about having fun, you should definitely reflect this in some random choices of vibrant colour.
Embracing bold prints has been a big part of this season’s interior trends, and the beautifully intricate Catzy wall mural offers an ideal fusion for cat lovers and design enthusiasts. Catzy encompasses hand-drawn illustrations of nature, including a very mysterious looking Tom Cat sporting his best mid-distance gaze. This wall mural is perfect to echo the monochrome trend – pair this with white walls, charcoal accents and ornate-looking antiques. Finish off the look with a brass frame gallery wall on the opposite side of the room to your feature wall which will instil some balance.
How will you be introducing feline friends into your home?