There is nothing more stressful than a cluttered space. Even when you try to re-arrange everything from furniture to décor, you still find yourself closed in. There are so many great solutions to this problem but there is nothing like a wall mural to open that space up. We have a couple great removable Forest wallpaper murals that would look fantastic in any environment. Depending on your furniture and wall paint colours, you can select a different forest for each scene and really open up the space. We have five great ideas ranging from winter forests to jungle rain forests that you will fall in love with.
Our list starts off with this trail through misty autumn woods wall mural, which is great if you want to open up your space behind neutral colour furniture. This wall photo can also bring life to your walls with its path and misty scenic features.
We know this is not a complete forest per se but the landscape and the winter white colours are unbeatable with white furniture. Not only does it make it feel cozy but it also portrays a sort of richness around any space.
This mural is a favourite due to the high detailed tree trunk close up along with the sense of depth around the wall mural itself. It provides a scenic landscape feel and blends well it almost any sort of furniture.
The black and white features of this foggy forest wallpaper photo are something to get excited about. The sense of depth with the distant trees in the background provides the best look in any room. The mural is very settle and doesn’t steal the show, which plays well with any great furniture you want to showcase.
Our number one forest wall mural has to be the morning sun. This mural is so detailed and has the perfect colour and contrast. This mural also has everything from depth to detail and you just want to surround yourself with this mural all day!
We hope you liked our top five forest wall murals! We have tons more so check it out on our landscapes and nature collection page. For great ideas of how and where to put your wallpaper photos, visit some great design inspiration websites like pinterest.com, apartmenttherapy.com, and stumbleupon.com.