Tips on using Eazywallz Wall Murals for Home Decorating & Staging!

Tips on using Eazywallz Wall Murals for Home Decorating & Staging!

There is a big difference on choosing wall murals for your personal home decor compared to choosing wall art to specifically sell your home. When someone purchases a wall mural for their personal use they have to really love it. The wall photo leaves a personal imprint in your home that everyone can see. Staging art is designed to entice other buyers to love your home. You have to choose the right colour and style that will create excitement in a buyer and make them want to buy your home! 

Eazywallz is a perfect solution for all home decorating and staging. The wall mural material features include: Peel n’ Stick adhesive backing for super easy installation, Removable without damage to your walls, and could easily be applied again to another wall after removal. This, we think, is perfect for home staging for quick and easy wall art showcasing that is not a pain to install or remove when you sell the home!

Here are a couple of tips when choosing wall murals for your home staging needs:

1. STAY away from personal art preferences and lean more toward what the room looks like. If you got a very small space, try and open it up with a cool forest that will add depth to your walls.

SPRUCE AND BEECH TREES PANORAMIC WALL MURAL

 

2. COLORS matter! For an amazing look, go with the colours already in the room for a consistent look. 

CHARACTER PAINTING STREET ART WALL MURAL

 

3. STYLE is very important. If the room is filled with specifically shaped home decor elements stick with the style! Use a unique abstract mural to match. 

STRANGERS ABSTRACT ART WALL MURAL

 

4. GO WILD if there is nothing to match with. Use the mural as the center point of attraction. Use an amazing view of a landscape or cityscape to wow a potential buyer. 

ANTARCTIC MOUNTAINS WALL MURAL

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