Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Panoramic Murals

Have you seen the panoramic murals from Paul Montgomery Studio?  My favorites are from their Tropical Views collection.  Someday I hope to have an old house in Maine where I can have one of these installed.  

On another note, have you heard about TGIW instead of TGIF?  That's how I feel this week, happy to be half-way through.






7 comments:

A Perfect Gray said...

i really like the sepia tones in these. I have been pondering enlarging a photo/drawing with sepia tones to use on a wall. not sure I would do a whole room..."happy half way!" donna

Ashley said...

Beautiful. I especially love "Portobello".

An Urban Cottage said...

I'm really loving murals lately. I'm looking for an image I can blow up to use somewhere but I also love the grisaille or sepia-toned landscapes. I've considered painting one on my own. These are beautiful!

Kerry Steele- Design du Monde said...

I love these classical murals, especially the more colorful ones. I would say Upperville or Middleburg, Virginia would be a good place to find a house that those belong in. Maine is too cold for me.

Carla Aston said...

What a great and unique post! These are beautiful examples.

Jason Murphy said...

Unique, professionally and beautifully made murals.

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Clinton Hurlburt said...

Panoramic murals are amazing to look at and they set a certain mood in the room. I consider wall murals a work of art. Imagine the time and effort exerted to create this wonderful masterpiece. I'm so impressed with all the details that they put in to make it alive and realistic. How incredible, right?

Clinton Hurlburt

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