All Murals are Beautiful . . . ah, well, not really!

I just got back from a trip to the Oregon coast, and I was pleasantly surprised to see how many businesses had beautiful murals painted on the sides of their buildings and interior walls.

A beautiful thing, right?

Well, there is a notable exception, and that is the creator of the mural. You see, many murals are painted freehand onto a wall. The painter has obviously met with the owner, and received instructions on what is wanted on the wall. Then the painter paints — and it sometimes looks bad.

Now what does the owner do? Hire another painter? Or just live with the results.

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I’m going to share a picture with you and I’ll keep the hotel name confidential as I wouldn’t want to hurt their business. My stay was great, but oh that mural!

Well, at least the clouds looked pretty good. And the ocean just proves how challenging the ocean can be to paint.

Why do I bring this up? Because if you want a mural in your home or office, you can get just the mural results you want whether it is a nautical chart wallpaper mural, or a scenic view of the ocean, BEFORE you approve your mural. This is what we have been doing for 15 years.

I took a few pictures on my trip, and from the second picture, you can easily imagine how splendid a mural can appear from a simple photograph.

Want a hand-painted look? No problem, we can use our graphics program to add paint strokes, or adjust the colors in any way imaginable. But you can bet it will look magnificent on your wall because we go through two separate proofing processes, including sending you the actual file that will be used to print your mural.

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So put the paint cans and brushes away and pick up your phone and email, call or text us. Our mobile-friendly website includes a graphic with a one-push capability for you to call or email us while you are looking at our webpage.

Let’s make a mural happen for you, complete with NO surprises!