Every once in a while, I take some time off work to decorate (or redecorate) one of my daughter’s rooms, like this delicious candy mural in Audrey’s playroom.
Keep scrolling to see all the photos (including one of me and this mural featured on billboards!) and learn the benefits of having a hand-painted mural and how we can work together.
My favourite part of painting murals for kids is creating a room they love inspired by their own hobbies, interests and favourite things.
For instance…my daughter, Audrey, loves all things sweet. She’ll eat all her healthy food…but never fails to barter for a sweet treat afterward. Her fave game is candyland and she loves to bake with me.
Obviously, a candy mural was the perfect design for her playroom.
Candy Mural and Moi featured on Billboards!
I only use non-toxic paint
I’m a totally eco-conscious mama, so I only use non-toxic, no-VOC acrylic or latex paint so that it’s safe for your kids to breathe…even the night I’m finished painting!
Add some pizzaz to slanted ceilings or weird structures
It can be hard to decorate bulkheads, slanted ceilings or weird structures in your home. One benefit of having a hand-painted mural created is that these structures can be incorporated into the design, turning them into a thing of beauty.
In Audrey’s candy mural, I turned a low ceiling in the attic into a gingerbread house.
Customize it with a fave memory!
Although I knew exactly what I wanted to paint in Audrey’s playroom (like a purple-horsed cupcake carousel), some of my clients only have a vague idea. That’s why I offer free consultations to talk design, colour and size. Gimme a shout to set up your free consultation!
Customize it with a nickname
I love incorporating your kids favourite stories, memories or sayings when I’m painting their mural…so of course, I did the same thing for my own daughter!
Audrey has great memories of building a gingerbread house every Christmas, so that was a must have in this mural. I turned this alcove into the inside of a gingerbread house and it was held together with icing, painted in white, with another house in the distance full of gumdrops and candy canes.
I offer free consultations
Another way to customize a mural, just for your family, is to add your child’s name or nickname.
Audrey’s been travelling on airplanes since she was a baby and I always call her “Love”, so I decided to paint a red plane toting sweet tart candies with little sayings like Love Bug, Dream, Love, Cutie Pie and Sunshine.
Want a Candy Mural too?
Let’s work together!
Like this candy mural and want one too? Here are a couple ways we can work together:
- Hire me! I paint kids murals all over Southern Ontario. Get in touch for a free consultation!
- Buy wallpaper! If you live further away, you can always buy Candy World on wallpaper or check out another candy mural I sell, Candy Street.
I’m the go-to-mural-girl for celebrity designers and TV personalities like Mike Holmes, Mike Holmes Junior, Sherry Holmes, Colin and Justin, Brian Gluckstein, Christian Dare, Carson Arthur and Tracy Moore. My murals have been featured on the DIY Network, Cityline and in the Toronto Sun.
I hand-painted murals in kids rooms from Niagara Falls to Toronto and everywhere in between and would love to work with you!
Gimme a shout for a free consultation!
Or…buy it on Removable Wallpaper!
Love this candy mural but you don’t live in Southern Ontario? I re-created this mural as a watercolor painting and turned it into a removable wallpaper that ships FREE in Canada and the USA.
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