More possibilities than Kali has arms
Would you like to enhance the atmosphere in your house with a bit of something unique and interesting? Do you love mystery and orient? Would you rather cover your house with pieces of art than cliché, artificial decorations? If the answer to these question is “yes”, then we’re sure that wall murals with Indian motifs are right up your alley. From beautiful, wild tigers, all the way to Indian gods, demons and angels, wall murals with Indian theme will make your house a one-of-a-kind, unique place. Don’t worry about running out of topics to cover – the country of India is like a whole different universe, with a multitude of smells, colours, legends and art. It’s a world so big that you will never run out of new things that you could incorporate into your interior design. The only aspect you have to decide on is to what extent to enrich your house with Indian magic. Will you create a complete Indian temple, or will you barely scratch the surface of Indian possibilities, to spark some dramatic, mysterious atmosphere? The choice is all yours, but don’t forget to share the results!
Rich in flavours and colours
Wall murals India can be as colourful and rich as India itself. You can choose from a wide variety of motifs, beginning with natural ones, such as depictions of tigers, elephants and other animals native to India, and ending on religious, Hindu themes. A very popular choice among India wall murals are the ones depicting Hindu sculptures and monuments. Have you ever thought about designing an eclectic house? This interior design style revolves around incorporating a lot of different, often contradictory styles and themes, in one interior. When done properly, such style creates a cohesive whole, which is as interesting and unique as no other. India wall murals can come in handy if you’d like to go for such effect. Those of you, however, who would like to try a bit of a safer route, and start slow, would properly prefer something a bit more ordinary – like a wall mural depicting a wise, old elephant or a tiger. A bit of nature never hurts, and it can be especially effective when spiced with a bit of oriental charm. Oriental motifs can also be very effective when used for certain rooms to enrich the atmosphere – for example, in a room when you usually drink tea, India wall murals will be great.