Anything that is representative of the culture or history of Mexico could be used in creating Mexican wall murals. Mexican wall murals can lend a sense of warmth to a room as well as a cultural depth and bring that same heritage to your home through decorative wall murals and artwork.
Mexican wall murals can be created to reflect the history of Mexico. Old adobe homes or churches
that overlook an expansive blue sky with large white cotton ball clouds and tumbleweeds rolling across the barren landscape can take the viewer into the remote reaches of old Mexico. A lone jackrabbit or roadrunner can be added to give the scene a feeling of motion. Propped against the wall of a building a wooden chair with a multicolored Mexican blanket hanging from its back will make the mural appear like an inviting place to linger.
Iconic symbols of Mexico can also be used to create Mexican wall murals. The Mexican coat of arms would be an excellent choice for a mural. The image on the coat of arms is that of a majestic golden eagle grasping a writhing snake in its beak and claw while standing atop a cactus. It is sure to capture the imagination of all who see it. The custom Mexican wall mural
itself can be designed a number of ways but the most striking would be to combine real life pictures of each component.
Mexican wall murals are ideal in homes with a southwestern theme. They could be used in kitchens,Mexican bedding
in bedrooms, living rooms, game rooms, dens, home offices, or home libraries. There are also uses for Mexican wall murals outside of the home. A Tex-Mex restaurant, Mexican restaurant, and a Spanish classroom, would all be likely locations. This kind of culturally specific wall mural could also be used as part of a collection of various cultures and be displayed in a college or library. The application and removal of wall murals is a snap.