There are many different ways that you can decorate your place of work, but there's little argument that a wall mural can have a stunning visual impact. Whether you commission a local artist to paint a mural somewhere in the lobby of your building, in your boardroom, or in another place of prominence, you can count on this visual addition being a popular spot for people to visit and admire. Of course, you'll need to decide what the mural should depict and this isn't a decision that you should rush. Here are some wall mural themes that may appeal to you.
One idea to consider for your workplace wall mural is to have your artist paint a timeline of your company. The timeline itself can include key dates in the company's history — including when it was founded, when it celebrated certain milestones, and more — and can be an effective way to tell the story of your organization. You'll need to provide photographs of these key moments to your artist, who can then turn these moments and the people who were involved in them into a visually captivating mural.
Work In The Community
Regardless of your industry, a top priority of your company may be the charitable work that you do in your local community. Perhaps you organize a food drive each November that helps distribute food for Thanksgiving to families in need or maybe you sponsor a number of youth sports teams throughout the year. However you choose to give back, this is almost certainly a matter of pride for your organization — and one that can be a perfect theme for your wall mural. Your artist can get creative, depicting relevant scenes that clearly show the important impact that your company has in the community that you and your staff call home.
Company In Action
Another idea that you may wish to pursue is commissioning the local artist to paint a mural that depicts your company in action. This is an idea that works best for a company that does work that is visually engaging. For example, if you run a tree service, a mural that depicts your personnel performing a variety of tasks — trimming trees, cutting down trees, and more — can be exciting. For such an idea, you'll not only want to provide photos to the artist, but you may also want to invite them to watch your company in action as a way of getting inspiration for the mural.
For more information about wall mural design services, contact a company like Iron Spirits.