The second most populous city in the world can now be the central theme of your interior decoration. Photowall's collection of Shanghai wall murals will show that this is a global finRead moreancial center, a transport hub and one of the fastest growing cities worldwide, and not just in skyscraper construction. Whether you are looking to decorate your home, a recreational space or even the place of work, Shanghai wall murals can become the ideal focal point. You have your choice of real life photographs that are so rich in detail that you can feel like you are right there, or works of art that are so vibrant with colour that they give your walls more dimension and depth. Shanghai wall murals can make the difference between being a dull and plain room, or a memorable and visually impactful space that people want to revisit. As per usual, Photowall allows you to apply edits to Shanghai wall murals that you want in order for them to match, or contrast, with your existing interior design, aesthetic, colour schemes, and so on.

The history in Shanghai wall murals

Unlike the other city in Photowall's China category, which has a long and varied past, Shanghai's history is quite short. The British opened a concession in Shanghai after the first Opium War and thus ignited its evolution, the result which of you can see in Shanghai wall murals. What was once a sleepy, small fishing village on the edge of the muddy Huang Pu River, has now become one of the world's most modern and sophisticated cities. Easily one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Asia, with increasingly modern infrastructure and services, it might be considered the yin to Beijing's yang. You will also see in Shanghai wall murals why it is more known for being a commercial and financial powerhouse, rather than the cultural finesse and beauty of Beijing. "Nine Dragons" is a marvelous example of Shanghai wall murals that embrace this vibrancy and modern advancement.

An eventful horizon

As already mentioned, Shanghai is easily one of the fastest growing cities in the world in terms of skyscrapers. You can see this development and progress in Shanghai wall murals. One of the hallmarks of these motifs is the tallest building in Shanghai, the Shanghai Tower which stands at the height of roughly 631 meters with 127 floors. Its construction began in 2008 and was completed in 2015, with an observation deck being opened on the tower in 2016, effectively making it the world’s second tallest building. Shanghai wall murals like "Shanghai Skyline, black and white" not only show the significant visual weight of this cityscape, but also adds an element of edge and charm. The black and white tones of this Shanghai wall mural make it more classy and beautiful. Shanghai wall murals are also home to the Shanghai World Financial Center which has 101 floors and a height of 491 meters. Items like "Shanghai Skyline Sunset" are gorgeous examples that will make your room transcend the usual wall decor.

Additional Shanghai wall murals

Since this city is bustling with a lot of activity and events round the clock, where one can immerse himself in quite a few things, you will discover plenty of sights that match it in Shanghai wall murals. "Night View of Shanghai City", for example, is a concrete example of this. "Nanpu Bridge" is another than can bring an element of liveliness into your space, a Shanghai wall mural that just oozes style and is rendered in such great detail that the colours simply make your walls pop. If you are looking for something a little more somber, perhaps the tranquil of the Shanghai wall mural entitled "Good Morning Shanghai" can do the trick for you.
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