Here’s the lonely blank wall, waiting for some inspiration to hit me. I have so many other walls in the house that will have a collage of frames that I didn’t want to do that here, so this 21 ft wall looked like this for over a year.
I hired Terry Friesen and his son (who live in Abbotsford) to install the mural for me. They did a beautiful job! When I called a paint store to get the referral she gave me 3 names and said Terry was her first recommendation. And since I have learned that you pretty much always get what you pay for, he was the first person I called. And I’m so happy I did.
My wall of ivy looked so real! The next day I left the door open when I went for lunch. When I got back there were two birds flying back and forth in front of the mural!
I felt so bad, I quietly tip-toed in and opened the second window so they could figure out how to fly out! I need to get some sheers installed ASAP.
Here’s the exterior view before.
It looked so cool even at night that I thought I’d snap an after photo this way.
And another one.
I love the drama and feeling of nature right inside!
I consulted with a client recently who had a big blank wall right in front of her kitchen sink in an apartment. I suggested an ocean mural so it would feel like she was looking outside a window.
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