wallpaper forest scene

Zoom your mind out for a moment – this is real life at high resolution. Choosing clever and temporary desktop wallpapers is one things, but deciding to decorate an actual room with full-sized photography is a much bigger (and longer-lasting) process – or was until recently.

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With ever-more-evolved processing and printing techniques, however, it is becoming increasingly possible, easy and cheap to have hyper-realistic wallpapers surrounding you from floor to ceiling on every wall – if it appeals to you (no peal-related pun intended).

wallpaper paris eiffel tower

With everything from colorful natural landscapes to gritty black-and-white city scenes, Wall You Need is Love is one such company (their work shown in these pictures) on the cutting edge of super-sized wall mural design. Like most such products these days, customers have the option of bringing their own photography into play or simply selecting from a series of already-taken images.

wallpaper marble

Of course, the sky is the limit (or ceiling at least) when it comes to potential temporary or permanent decorative applications of such a product – columns can be wrapped, individual cabinets covered, specific canvasses stretched and essentially any other lesser-used other surface is fair game for decor as well.

wallpaper pink leaves

More about the company, Wall You Need is Love:

“We create unique wallpapers, murals and art prints to effortlessly enhance your home décor. Our passion to achieve the finest details in photography and printing creates surreal imagery, forging an emotional connection between you and your space.  “

“Art, technology and technique are the heart of our creations. We think of every aspect of each Wall Decor we create. For more than 10 years we have worked with designers, architects and consumers that challenge us to always improve our offering. Furthermore, Patrick Pepin, owner of WYNIL, developed a unique photography technique and built his own hyperHD image bank containing dozens of ultra fine detailed images. “