Beach Getaways

May 20, 2020

Beach Scene Mural Ideas

Beach scenes are a great start to any story.  You can transform your child’s room into a beach oasis, or expand upon the story and add other elements such as pirates.

Things to think about with beach scenes include the type of waves, beach friends like turtles, shells, crabs, and don’t forget the ocean friends like fish, dolphins and whales.

Below are some different ideas on how a beach scene could be created in your child’s room:

Beach Scene Ideas


When it comes to beach scenes, first determine your story, then adapt the scene to fit the right time of day, get your clouds set, waves, and any scenery or hidden mysteries that may be on the beach.

Combo with Underwater

You can also split your wall into a beach scene up high and an underwater scene down low adding the best of both worlds to your child’s room.

Similar Mural Ideas

  • Tranquil beach illustrating a peaceful environment
  • Vibrant clouds in a sunrise or sunset over water
  • Personal island getaway
  • Crashing waves from a recent storm
  • moonlit night sky with starlike reflections in the water
  • Floral plants and trees around a tropical lagoon


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