Collection: Brown Wallpaper & Wall Mural Designs

Often overlooked, the colour brown is a lovely neutral tone. Calming in its nature, our affinity to wooden furniture and stone buildings makes brown items feel homely and familiar. Find your perfect wallpaper mural with our passionately curated collection of brown wallpaper.

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  • Bespoke

    All our wall mural's are customisable! If you are looking for a wallpaper unqiue to you and your home please make sure to contact us or leave you customisation details in the fourth step of our order process.

  • Sustainable

    Sustainability has always been at the heart of WallpaperMural.com. We use FSC approved materials, VOC free water based inks and recyclable packaging to help reduce our carbon footprint. We have plant a tree for each order!

  • Made-to-Order

    All our wall murals are made-to-order meaning we do not stock wallpaper.

    Why is this good? It means less waste and less energy consumption further reducing our carbon footprint!

  • Quick Dispatch

    We aim for all our wallpaper murals to be dispatched within 2-5 working days. We have super quick courier partners too that allow us to delivery international within 3 working days!

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More About Brown Designs

The colour brown was first used in art with clay paintings, which date back to more than 200,000 years ago. It was typically used more in the Eastern areas due to the natural clay in this part of the world having a much richer tone than British clay. This primitive method of artwork is also the origin of the term 'earth tones'.

Egypt and Mesopotamia traded brown artwork due to the artwork not fading in sunlight. As a result, brown artwork became a bridging point for different cultures in early civilisation.

In the 1970s, earth tones came back into fashion with the top paint and furniture colours being brown. It was discussed in many magazines from the period as bringing warmth into the home.