Jungle Animal Wall Art Perfect Fit for Giraffe Loving Nathan
While mom Wendy works at an animal humane society in Benson, Minnesota, her son Nathan has always had a special place in his heart for animals. He especially loves giraffes and when Wendy decided they needed to give Nathan a more grown up bedroom complete with wall art , his stuffed giraffes stayed. But the question of how to incorporate his love for giraffes to the walls came up of course. Mom painted the walls bright green as she saw on our website, picked out some canvas wall art to create a jungle wall mural for Nathan and added a few special touches to the room. Now Nathan, who is an eight year old boy with Down Syndrome seems to really appreciate his new room.
Wendy’s mother is an artist so she feels like a little rubbed off on her and while our canvas wall art is super easy to hang, you will find our wall stickers and wall stencils very user friendly too. Painting the room and hanging the art took Wendy about two days to complete. She says the jungle themed wall art was easy to measure, arrange and hang. The room was kept as a surprise for Nathan and when his new bedroom was revealed he was in awe. Wendy says they added a white shelf with some quality stuffed animals to coordinate with the theme as well as a giraffe print comforter set. All in all she had a great experience using My Wonderful Walls products and Nathan is happy with his big boy room too!
Jungle themed wall murals are great for infants or children. You may choose to create an animal safari theme in your child’s bedroom, nursery, playroom, dentist office, doctor office or classroom. If you are looking to create a jungle themed kids room, please check out our wall decal kit or Jungle Safari Wall Stencil Kit. We also have a coordinating Jungle Growth Chart Wall Sticker and many more individual stickers or stencils.
Thanks Wendy and Nathan for sharing with us and we hope you are still enjoying your jungle wall art!
*Please note My Wonderful Walls no longer carries canvas art.
Blog post written by Tara
- Stephanie Goins