Get your free quote for an interior wall mural

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Below you will find information on Price, Payment, How does it work, Preparing for your mural, About the materials and contact information.

I love to create large paintings, so interior walls are my ideal canvas!
Murals are a great way to add some colour and a unique design to a space.
Don’t worry if you’re not creative,  just let me know any ideas that you have and I can put together a design for you.

The price will depend on the design and on the size. The larger and more detailed the design, the more costly it will be as it will take longer to complete and require more materials.

Murals on different surfaces, e.g. a cupboard door, will cost slightly more compared to the same design on a wall, as there is more preparation that needs to be done for these more difficult surfaces.

Please contact me for a specific quote for your future mural. There is no obligation to go ahead with the mural after you receive your quote.

I require a 20% deposit when booking in your mural. This is to reserve the agreed time for me to paint your mural and to allow me to purchase materials for your mural.

The remainder of the balance can then be paid upon completion of the mural.

For murals over £1000, I require a further 20% of the payment on the first day of the mural. The remaining 60% can then be paid upon completion.

Payments can be made either in cash or through a bank transfer. I will give you my bank details once we have agreed a date to start your mural.

How does it work
You have decided you would be interested in having a mural. Great! But now what?
First of all you will contact me through your preferred method of contact (website, email, Facebook etc!) to let me know you are interested in a mural. I will discuss with you some details of the mural – size, any ideas about the design, what surface will it be on. The more information you can give me, the better. You can even send me photos of the space, or if you are fairly local we can arrange a time for me to come round and have a look. I can then give you a rough price based on this if you would like a quick quote, but if you have some time to spare then I can them come up with a couple of quick designs and give more specific prices for these designs.
After you have a look at the designs and prices you can choose if you would be happy to go ahead, or if you would prefer not to. If you are happy to go ahead we can discuss the designs more and choose which you would like.
We can then agree a date for me to start. Once we have agreed a date, you will need to pay the 25% deposit (more info on deposits above).
On the agreed date I will turn up at your home/office with my trusty suitcase full of paints and I will begin!
I will bring waterproof sheets with me to cover floors and any nearby non-movable furniture, but please move any large furniture before hand if it will be obstructing the area I need to paint.
Once I have finished the mural, you will pay the remainder of the money and then sit back and enjoy your new work of art!

Preparing for your mural
Please ensure that the area to be painted is easily accessible, i.e. no furniture obstructing it. If your mural is very high up and will require special equipment to reach it, e.g. a scissor lift, then you are responsible for arranging this and covering the cost.
Please ensure that the surface is clean and dry, particularly if the mural will be on a kitchen cabinet as they can get quite dirty.

About the materials
I use quality house hold emulsions from well-known brands to paint my murals. For murals that are on more difficult surfaces, e.g. on doors or kitchen units, I will first prime the surface to create an easier surface for the paint to grip to. I then paint the mural as normal. The following day, once the mural is completely dry, I will varnish the design to protect it.

For murals painted on walls, varnishing is optional. If the mural is indoors in a place where it will not often be touched then varnishing probably isn’t necessary. However, if the mural is in a place where it may often my touched, for examples in a child’s playroom, then I would recommend having it varnished. This will allow you to wipe off an dirty marks using a soft cloth and water without damaging the mural.

Varnishing will be an extra charge.

If you are interested in having your own mural then please fill out the contact form below.
Alternatively you can contact me on 07731374927.
If I am unavailable, please leave a message with your contact details so I can get back to you.
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