Wall Mural Trend Fueled By Use in Decorating Shows

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The wall mural trend is hotter that ever. Shows such as "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy", "Trading Spaces" and shows on HGTV have added fuel to the growing popularity of murals like the ones from Environmental Graphics.

Many of today’s popular fashion and decorating trends are being exploited by the explosion of shows that discover items that will be “the next big thing”. Wall Murals are one of the hottest trends in home decorating and these shows have made no secret of the wall mural popularity. Over 100 million viewers tune into the popular TV shows that cater to today’s growing, “do-it-yourselfer” market.

“The hit show ’Queer Eye for the Straight Guy’ transformed a ho-hum bedroom into a tropical getaway using our Hawaiian Sunset mural and the impact was incredible,” says Todd Imholte, president of Environmental Graphics. “Discovery Channel’s, ‘Trading Spaces’ used our ‘Dolphin’s Paradise’ mural to bring a child’s bedroom to life. Orders for our murals are up nearly forty percent in large part as a result of the exposure these shows bring to the idea of using murals as an interior design option in the home.”

ABC’s ‘Extreme Makeover – Home Edition’ has featured Environmental Graphics’ wall murals on their show, too. They transformed a boy’s room into a view of New York City depicting the World Trade Towers in remembrance of what once was. The family expressed delight when they saw the impact the mural made on the room.

For over 35 years, Environmental Graphics has been the market-leader of wall murals in the world. Their collection of 25 standard murals offers a variety of decorating options from jungle murals and sports murals to nature murals and tropical murals.    The murals measure approximately 8 feet tall and 13 feet wide. They are printed on high-quality paper and come with specially formulated paste, making them easy to install and easy to remove without damaging wall surfaces.

“Murals transform the look of a room quicker than anything else you can do,” says Mandy Moore, an interior designer from New York, NY. “They offer huge bang for your decorating dollar.” Moore adds, “In an afternoon, you can turn your bedroom into a woodland retreat or make your library a whimsical storybook land, and that’s why they’re catching on with consumers.”

For more information on Environmental Graphics’ wall murals, visit http://www.decorplace.com.

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