Get the perfect image or design in any size you need and printed on a choice of high quality wallpaper media.
Upload your photo or artwork & create a wall mural that’s unique to you
Ordnance Survey, Historic Ordnance Survey and A to Z Maps centred on any postcode.
Spark your travel inspirations with a visually stunning world map wallpaper mural.
Jenny Urquhart is a Bristol-based artist who creates contemporary and vibrant paintings of her favourite places.
Ed Collacott's work features the finest UK landscapes. Patterns, textures and natural forms are his inspiration.
Tony Howell is a professional landscape photographer with over 40 years experience based in Somerset.
Nostalgic local photos of Britain printed as wallpaper - The Francis Frith Collection is a unique, world-class photo archive of over 300,000 historical photos of almost every city, town and village in Great Britain from 1860 to 1970. The quality of most Frith photos is so good they can be enlarged to create wall sized enlargements. Choose a photo from your local area to create your own unique photo wallpaper mural.Learn More - The Francis Frith Collection
Image libraries provide quality imagery, often with high resolution for large wall graphics. Images can be purchased direct from these libraries and it is advisable to obtain the highest possible quality image to ensure the best possible print quality.
A great source for images is Shutterstock - explore over 160 million images to find amazing content for your next wallpaper mural.
Alamy are our preferred image library suppliers. Follow our guide on how to find your perfect image on Alamy. You will be able to browse Alamy's site and choose from over 155 million images and illustrations.Learn More - Guide to Alamy Image Library
John James Audubon was an American ornithologist, naturalist, and artist who gained worldwide fame for his exceptional bird illustrations.
His most significant contribution to the world of art and science is the Birds of America artwork. It is a collection of 435 life-size illustrations of birds, published between 1827 and 1838, and remains an unparalleled masterpiece of ornithological illustration.
The National Audubon Society has recently made John James Audubon’s seminal Birds of America available to the public in a downloadable digital library.
Cuviers Kinglet, plate 55
You now have an opportunity to view and download, free of charge, any of his 435 bird illustrations as very high resolution images.Learn More - Audubon Illustrations
Summer, or Wood Duck, plate 206
Courtesy: John James Audubon Center and Zebra Publishing
I wanted to share the (Audubon) heron with you! I love it! Thank you - Kate Burford
Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum has made available 771,837 works of art through their online platform, Rijksstudio. Not only can you view oil paintings, sculptures, and more in high definition, but you can also freely download the artwork to use in your own creative experiments.
Thinking of putting The Night Watch in your living room? Or perhaps The Milkmaid in your hallway? You can order beautiful images of masterpieces for free and bring the Rijksmuseum to your home.
To download images from Rijksstudio, you first need to create an account on their website. Once you have an account, you can browse the collection and select the image you want to download.
Images of most (not all) artworks in the Rijksmuseum are available to download free of charge from that work’s page. These are JPEG files averaging 4500 x 4500 pixels. You can then click on the download button and select the size and format of the image you prefer.
You can also request free high resolution TIFF files with colour reference for professional use that would be suitable for creating a large wallpaper mural of your favourite artwork.Learn More - Rijksstudio/ Rijksmuseum