Pretty Powder Room Murals: A Look Inside at Client Photos

Clients sometimes ask, “Can you put a mural in a powder room?” Why yes, you can! Perhaps it’s counter-intuitive, but our murals work really well in small spaces. The loose brushwork softens the wall edges, and the distant vistas make the room seem larger.

Here’s a beautiful powder room by designer Kelley Flynn, who used the mural as a “dreamy backdrop that echoed the natural view out the windows”:

This next powder room features the elegance of the Cotswolds Earth paired with a beautiful marble sink. We love how well they work together!

Cotswolds Earth in a powder room- love how it works with the marble sink!

So pretty!

This next client wanted something fresh and colorful in her powder room and chose our Cotswolds Sky mural.

She loved the big tree, and cleverly gave us such careful measurements of her fixtures that we were able to line up that trunk in just the right spot.

One client told us that the only danger of a powder room mural, is that it makes guests disappear! Once she was hosting a dinner party and returned from the kitchen to find all her guests had left the table. She followed the sound of giggling, and found the whole dinner party crammed in the powder room, admiring her mural!

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After studying art at Harvard, Susan got her start doing decorative painting for Boston design legends like William Hodgins and Charles Spada. She spent many enjoyable years painting murals for clients throughout New England. Susan loves creating murals because it combines painting, nature, and making people happy. “It can be a harsh world out there sometimes,” says Susan, “Your home should be a refuge of peace and joy.” When she’s not painting murals, she’s enjoying her new town, the beautiful little Victorian seaport of Port Townsend, WA. She and her small team create the wallpaper in an artist loft overlooking the Salish Sea.