Floral Murals inspired by Frida Kahlo & traditional Mexicana trends

Joyous artesanía such as the kaleidoscopic folk art found in Oaxaca, traditional floral oilcloth designs and the bright flower arrangements that artist Frida Kahlo famously wore in her hair are all iconic Mexican decoration aesthetics, and all served as inspiration for this statement collection by MuralsWallpaper.

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Each mural features layered, textured Mexican rose designs which reflect the style of ceremonial paper flowers and embroidered floral huipils. These are paired with warm, striking block colour backdrops, as well as neutral options for homes that are already drenched in vibrant decor.

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Frida Kahlo was known to fill her home with Mexican folk art and bright colours – such as her yellow kitchen which was full of colourful ceramics. Let Frida's use of bold, cheerful colour in her fashion and interiors inspire a takeover of Mexicana style in your own home - carrying on the spirit of La Casa Azul. 

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Imagery in collaboration with Ercol and Rose & Grey. Dining room decor available at www.ercol.com. Bedroom and living room pieces available at www.roseandgrey.co.uk