As an avid meditator, I have a huge appreciation for the Cityline set that celebrity designer, Leigh-Ann Allaire Perrault, created which includes my meditation room wallpaper.
Keep scrolling to watch the episode, learn how to hang this wallpaper and to see photos of the peaceful vignette.
Watch it on Cityline
Learn as Leigh-Ann Allaire Perrault and Tracy Moore explain how to create a natural, soft wellness space where you can meditate, practice yoga or just unplug and read a book on this episode of Cityline.
The Meditation Room Wallpaper
Although this Watercolor Wallpaper is created from an abstract painting, it feels like clouds unveiling a golden sunset after a rain storm. The calming purple and blush colours add a warmth to the walls of your wellness space that really affects your mood.
It Looks Like a Watercolor Painting on Your Wall
You can see all the beautiful texture and brush strokes in the close-up view of this meditation room wallpaper. This watercolor mural is created from a high resolution scan of the original piece of art, so it looks like a real painting on your wall.
It feels tranquil and serene without the sterile atmosphere that an all white, too-decluttered room can create.
It’s Easy to Hang
Although the producers at Cityline always trust me to hang my wallpaper when I’m on set, it’s a really easy to hang wallpaper – even if you’ve never done it before.
If you have your hands full with a renovation or work, I offer installation services in the greater Hamilton / Toronto areas of Ontario.
And It’s Removable Wallpaper
The experts on Cityline love using my removable wallpaper because it peels right off with no damage to the paint or sheetrock underneath, so the wall is ready for the next celebrity designer to decorate.
These wallpaper murals are perfect for anyone who is renting or just loves changing up the look of a room often.
It Easily Matches Other Zen Decor
Leigh-Ann shares lots of meditation room décor ideas including a hanging chair, meditation poof pillows, greenery and a sea salt lamp. All the zen accessories match the grey, purple and pinky-yellow colours in the meditation room wallpaper.
Serene and Tranquil Colours
This meditation room wallpaper has lots of grey in it, which makes it easy to match most furniture, cushions and throw blankets. But there are also hints of amethyst purple, golden yellows and blush throughout.
My Kind of Meditation
As an aside, I practice Transcendental Meditation daily and found it really easy to learn. I first heard about it from Oprah and Ellen (and since learned a huge number of celebrities practice TM as well). It’s made a huge impact on my life in terms of dealing with stress, keeping a positive outlook and creating a happier lifestyle.
For anyone who wants to learn how to meditate, I suggest researching this non-profit organization to see if it’s for you.
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