Win a Wall Mural worth up to £500 from Photowall

Decorating Children’s Rooms and Nurseries using Murals

Like most first time mums, prior to my daughter being born nearly six years ago I set about decorating her room nursery.  I opted for a fairly simple colour scheme, with a neutral caramel colour on the walls, white units and cream carpets as I thought it would grow with her.  I didn’t want to do anything too babyish as she would grow out of it quickly.

However, it now looks rather tired and if I’m honest it’s a tad boring and doesn’t reflect her personality.  In addition, her room is tiny, so we’re currently planning on redecorating it.  To increase the floor space in the room we are opting for a high single bed and will paint the walls white to give the optical illusion that it’s bigger.

She also has a cast iron fire surround in her room.  I would really like to make that a feature wall.  While I was putting this competition together I fell in love with these three Children’s Patterned Murals from Photowall (Candy Fish, Lucky Ladybug and Secret Garden).  They’re not too girlie-pink, more sophisticated for a young lady and would be fun to accessorize.

Wall murals for kid's bedrooms

For a chance to win a wall mural from Photowall worth up to £500, simply use the rafflecopter form below.  Full terms and conditions can be found at the bottom of the form.  But in short it’s open to UK residents aged 18+.

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255 comments
Marion
Marion

Thank you soo much, I'm thrilled :D

Vicki Sherman
Vicki Sherman

"Sun and Planets" for my son's bedroom, he would absolutely love it :-)

maureen c
maureen c

I would choose the third one and put it in my bedroom thanks!

Jane Middleton
Jane Middleton

Pirate map in the spare bedroom - love old maps and globes

Michelle Rutter-Hughes
Michelle Rutter-Hughes

We recently got married on 10/08/2013 id love to have a custom mural of our wedding day in our living room what a heart stopping day <3

Kellie Faggle McIntyre
Kellie Faggle McIntyre

iT WOULD HAVE TO BE Toystory. My little boy's bedroom is very dull and come do with some "life"!

Erica Price
Erica Price

Sunbeam through the trees for the conservatory

Amanda Johnson
Amanda Johnson

I would pick the WHITE BRICK GRAFFITI for my sons bedroom. He has just started senior school and is desperate to have a more grown up teenager feel bedroom.

Diane Jackson
Diane Jackson

I'd choose fluffy clouds for the kitchen - to feel like I was cooking and eating al fresco every day

Christina Cooke
Christina Cooke

If I won I'd choose the Disney Bambi mural for the bedroom my daughter and son share, it's nice and unisex so there would be no fighting about things being too blue or girly and looks so beautiful

Becci Cleary
Becci Cleary

I would choose a Disney one for my daughters room, originally I would have gone for a Princess or Minnie/Mickey one but I have now seen the Peter Pan one and would LOVE to make a whole Disney Fantasy room for her, I think that this will be my next project!!! :)

Alison
Alison

Swan on a lake, its so peaceful

Emma Lewis
Emma Lewis

The Modern World Antique Map and I'd put it in the dining room.

Alice Hindley
Alice Hindley

I would choose "August Moon" for the living room

Charlotte Hoskins
Charlotte Hoskins

Wow, so many choices, but for the moment I think I'd go for the pink giraffe for my little girl's room :)

Miss Helen Southam
Miss Helen Southam

Happy Jungle Animals for my 3 month old little girls room as she loves looking at animals

Rachel B
Rachel B

I love the Colour Firework. I'd put it in my dining room.

Diana Semionova
Diana Semionova

There are so many! And they are gorgeous! So hard to choose. I would go for WINNIE THE POOH - BUTTERFLIES i think. For my girls room :}

julie perry
julie perry

I would choose Dancing Fairies for my little one :)

Emma Smith
Emma Smith

I would pick Candy Fish for my daughters bedroom

Luisa Lauren
Luisa Lauren

I would choose Brooklyn Bridge through window in Yellow for my daughters room. It would look amazing.

Joanne Sutton
Joanne Sutton

I would choose NU Agency, Bird Forest for my daughters room xx

hayley
hayley

im a travel agent so got to be a world map

Lisa Wilkinson
Lisa Wilkinson

I would choose Van Gogh - Almond Blossom for my bedroom.