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LET YOUR WALLS TELL A STORY WITH HAND-PAINTED MURALS


Panoramic wall mural for Alexander Reid by SuperStrata artisan David Faust, inspired by a vintage Vogue Magazine cover. Photography by Laura Wheatley

The Art of Murals

Murals add flair and intrigue to a space, acting as decor that elevates a room. Whether a mural graces one wall, a smaller area such as a powder room, or a continuous one that stretches across the ceiling and walls, it makes an impact. We are fortunate to have several artisan partners who are experts in painting murals in a variety of styles and themes ranging from serene landscapes to more imaginative works of art.

 

1. In-process mural for Alexander Reid by SuperStrata artisan David Faust, inspired by a vintage Vogue Magazine cover.

2. Monochromatic bucolic panoramic wall mural for Ceara Donnelley by SuperStrata artisan David Faust


As a classically trained painter, David Faust utilizes his expertise to create enchanting, panoramic landscapes, as well as more whimsical scenes. Whether it be a domed ceiling, segmented walls, or an entire space that requires a 360° view, David excels at painting murals to fit the space and make it come alive.



Whimsical dome ceiling mural painted by David Faust using a foreshortening perspective to give the illusion of depth.



Sketch of one part of a monochromatic bucolic panoramic wall mural for Ceara Donnelley by SuperStrata artisan David Faust.

 

Sylvie Bilger of Metamorfaux honed her decorative painting techniques while working at the Château de Versailles, using her talent and eye for detail to deliver exceptional work. She can incorporate nature and geometric patterns as well as faux elements to her murals.


1. (Closeup) Wall mural and matching light fixture for Daniel Romualdez painted by SuperStrata artisan Sylvie Bilger of Metamorfaux.

2. Nature-inspired wall mural with matching themed light fixtures for Daniel Romualdez painted by SuperStrata artisan Sylvie Bilger of Metamorfaux.


 

Brooklyn-based decorative painter, Sopiko Barnovi loved to paint from a young age, influenced by her father’s work as a ceramist and growing up in an artist community in the Republic of Georgia. The murals she paints are inspired by nature, abstract shapes, and fantastical themes.


Fantasy children’s room hand-painted ceiling, cabinet, and wall mural by Sopiko Barnovi.




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