Butterflies and Blooms

May 14, 2020

Flower and Butterfly Mural Ideas

The landscapes are endless when it comes to blooms and butterflies.  You could have fields, hills, groves, streams, forests, or whatever your heart wants.

Flowers could fill the wall and appear in many different colors and shapes.  The key here is to determine the type of style that you like.  It could be anywhere from very simplistic one tone with gradient patterns to detailed lifelike blooms.

Below are some different ideas on types of flower and butterfly styles that could be created in your child’s room:

Flower and Bloom Mural Styles

As you can see, there is a wide range of flower types and techniques that can be used.  The above examples should provide you with an array of styles that you can choose from for your child’s mural.  If you have other styles that you would like to use, please share!

Butterflies

 

The same holds true for butterflies.  You can pick from a variety of patterns and styles for your mural.  What is important to keep in mind is if you are following a specific color palette for the room and what story you want to tell with your mural.

Similar Mural Ideas

  • Colorful blooms with hidden butterflies to find
  • Rose pattern stencils around the room
  • Gradient butterfly patterns providing illusion of movement

 

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High Level Mural Examples