Hand Painted Murals - FAQ
Most frequent questions and answers about hand painted murals
A mural is any piece of artwork painted or applied directly on a wall, ceiling or other large permanent surface.
Prices are very diverse and depend on many factors. The price is usually calculated per square meter and the more meters, the lower the price per meter. The more details, the higher the price.
Yes! The price of the mural can be adapted to virtually every budget so everyone can really afford a mural at home. Murals starts from £400 locally
I paint wall murals across the whole of the UK and abroad
Yes! All my murals are insured and under warranty.
Murals can be found just about anywhere. I paint in private homes, children bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom or even the garden, in commercial premises, companies, hospitals, nurseries, schools and many other places. I can paint on surfaces such as walls, ceilings, furnitures, doors, columns, bricks, MDF panels, etc.
I paint mainly with an airbrush in combination with brushes, sponges and rollers, etc. which gives much better and more realistic 3D effects. The surface of such a mural is much more pleasant for the eyes and makes the whole work very impressive.
This depends on many things, including size, subject, and whether I will be working on a ladder, or around other obstacles etc. Usually, painting takes 2-5 days, but in a big project, they take two weeks or more to complete.
Yes! I usually begin by thinking about the space as a whole: the angle/s the wall will be seen from, who uses the space, and the “feeling” you want to bring to the space. The imagery I create, the use of colour, dynamic form, and subject are designed to fit your specific space and audience.
To book the date, I take an advance payment for materials, etc. Usually, it is about 30% of the price of the whole project.