A safari tree mural, painted by Adrienne of AboutMurals.ca, in a baby nursery

Safari Tree Mural

Safari Tree Mural

Safari Tree Mural

I’ve been painting kids murals since 2005 (I’ve even painted one for a Mike Holmes TV show) and an animal theme (like this Safari Tree Mural) is one of my favourites because it’s something that can grow with your baby into toddler-hood and beyond.

Keep scrolling for more photos of this mural in Carlisle, Ontario…and to see why we should work together!

It can be personalized!

A safari tree mural featuring a tree with an elephant, giraffe and monkeys over a baby crib

One benefit of having a mural hand-painted is that it can be personalized with your child’s name, nickname or a fave quote.

In this Safari Tree Mural, I painted Jacob’s name onto the tree.

Something for your baby to look at from the crib

A monkey hangs from tree branches in this hand-painted mural created by Adrienne of AboutMurals.ca

I get calls and emails from past clients all the time telling me their kids love their mural so much that they name the animals and pet them before bed.  Or that their baby lays in her crib and stares at the characters I’ve painted. (Be still my heart!)

When I mentioned this to my client, Lauren, and suggested we paint a monkey over her son’s crib, she totally loved the idea!

Painted at your kids height

Muralist Adrienne of AboutMurals.ca painted this baby blue elephant in a nursery mural

I love finding out what my client’s kids love to do, so I can customize their mural for them.  When I found out that Jacob loves to sit and read books, painting an elephant at ground level to keep him company made total sense!

A mural for them to measure their height

Adrienne of AboutMurals.ca painted this giraffe in a kids mural

Kids love measuring how tall they’re getting and what better way to keep track than against a giraffe?  Plus it makes a room feel taller, which is always a good idea in my books!

I only use non-toxic paint

Mural artist Adrienne of AboutMurals.ca painted a monkey sitting in a tree in a child's bedroom

Many clients worry about ruining the air quality in their kids room when painting a mural.  That’s why I only use non-toxic acrylic paint and no-VOC latex paint.  Your kids can sleep in their bedroom, even on the night I’m done painting their mural.

Make a slanted ceiling pretty

Adrienne of AboutMurals.ca painted leaves on a slanted ceiling in a mural

And if you have a weird structure in your room that would normally be ugly (or at the very least hard to incorporate into a design), I can always turn it into a feature of the mural.  For Jacob’s safari tree mural, I added branches and leaves all over the slanted ceiling.  I can paint on bulkheads, curved walls or around ugly return air vents.

Want your own safari tree mural?

There are a couple ways we might be able to work together:

Hire me!

Holmes Next Generation star Mike Holmes stands with Adrienne of AboutMurals.ca after she finished painting a mural for the television show

I’ve been painting kids murals since 2005 and have even painted one for a Mike Holmes TV show!  I work from Toronto to Niagara Falls and everywhere in between.  Gimme a shout for a free consultation.

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