This blog post is really a break down of a post by Redfin. But seriously you could snag any of these ideas for yourself
Ryan Castillo from Redfin reached out to artists and designers for their hot takes on home murals. I was one of them. I recommended checkerboard print because it's very doable for someone who is not "artistic" or "good at painting". All you need a ruler, tape and some paint.
natural mural in a kid's bedroom
floral mural in the staircase
checkerboard print in the bathroom or kitchen backsplash
florals in the bathroom
bouquet of flowers on your headboard
nature scene in the kitchen
seascape in your bedroom
zodiac mural on your ceiling
alternate reality on that wall that's hard to fill with art
koi mural in your entryway
celebrate your culture with tiny murals
graffiti mural in your studio apt
collaborative community mural
tropical vibes for office backdrop
Choosing the right idea for you
I think you should head over to the original blog to read Ryan's tips for choosing a mural idea. There is some good advice and some things to think about as you consider your home in particular.
*Also fyi I do murals. I've done a mural for Spaceworks which you can see downtown on Broadway and I have also transformed a boring bathroom into a colorful reef for kids.