Enchanted Forest Mural

Rated 5 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Really Perfect We purchased this for our baby's nursery as we're not into Winnie the Pooh-type decorations. We wanted something classy and cool that would inspire imagination. It's really perfect. I couldn't be more pleased. For some reason I was under the impression that this wasn't wallpaper but a peel n stick type mural - it is not - it is in fact, wallpaper. And when you get the hang of it(forgive the pun) - very easy to put up. I just wish I could have painted something like this myself - really beautiful art. December 16, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beautiful! We purchased this for our nursery and it is gorgeous! I highly recommend having it professionally installed as it is real wallpaper. Totally worth it though, can't find a seam anywhere! Also note the height of the mural. We had to lose quite a few inches off the top and bottom, as it is quite tall. Enjoy!! January 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Not Just For Kids Rooms! I just moved into a new house after getting divorced and I wanted to decorate MY way, with no concern for what anyone else would think. Well, I saw this mural and fell in love with the playfulness of it, as well as the soothing tones of the colors. I hesitated due to the fact that most reviewers have put this in their childs room. I do not have a young child and don't ever plan to! No, I wanted to put this in my new dining room. I finally decided to take the plunge and I am so glad I did. It's BEAUTIFUL. The colors are more vibrant than they appear online. The colors are great, the wallpaper is very high quality and I've gotten many compliments. It's so nice to hear "I wish I had the guts to hang that in my house! It looks wonderful!" So if you are hesitating because of what others may think or because it's too childish, think again! You won't be disappointed! March 5, 2012
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MULTI Style #:23391022 Rebecca Rebouche, a native Louisianan living and working in New Orleans, creates nostalgic, emotive and whimsical art out of paint, mixed media and stitched soft sculpture; a practice best described as contemporary folk art. Here, she crafted an allegoric family tree out of the visual bits and symbolic remnants that compose one's dreams and daytime reveries. Enchanted Forest Mural