Wall murals can brighten up a range of public spaces. Injecting colour, bringing the outside in or supporting way finding, wall murals are both aesthetically pleasing and functional.
What are Wall Murals?
Wall murals are large format graphics that can be applied directly to walls to brighten up all kinds of spaces.
Why use Wall Murals?
Wall murals are particularly useful in hospital wards as they bring the outside in and generally make them less clinical and more aesthetically pleasing. In the case of dementia wards, they also serve a more functional purpose. Wall murals on dementia wards or in care homes can be valuable for ‘wayfinding’ – creating recognisable markers that help people locate key areas. They can also encourage certain behaviours that allow them stay calm and happy. We often use local scenes to promote a feeling of familiarity.
Our other products that aid wayfinding include external healthcare signage, dementia signage, Picture This, memory boxes and internal wayfinding signage.
Where would you use Wall Murals?
Wall murals can be used in corridors, wards and rooms in hospitals and care homes. They are particularly good for dementia friendly environments.
To see wall murals in situ see our case studies.
The Benefits of Wall Murals at a Glance
- Brighten up public spaces
- Promote nostalgia
- Useful for dementia wayfinding
- Bring the outside in
- Images can be bespoke and personalised
- Good for dementia friendly environments
- Good for children’s wards
- Good for waiting rooms/areas
- Meet all standards on H&S and hygiene
See wall murals used at Airedale Hospital, King's Mill Hospital, Pinderfields Hospital and St George's Hospital