The allure of youth with jellyfish wall murals
Possibly the most compelling of all the jellyfish is Turritopsis dohrnii, the so-called immortal jellyfish which resembles a tiny, hairy thimble and lives in the Mediterranean Sea and also off Japan. Members of this species can reverse the aging process by instead of dying, they regenerate themselves as juveniles which then starts the jellyfish’s life cycle all over again. In this miraculous process called transdifferentiation, it is as if a frog were to revert to a tadpole, or a butterfly to a caterpillar. This is something which you can share with whoever views your jellyfish wall murals, as it is truly an amazing fact of nature. Aside from the jellyfish wall murals stunning them with their visual appeal, it can also create a sense of wonder. Having a sense of wonder is also very beneficial for the young ones!
So many colours
Not surprisingly, given their diverse evolutionary history, jellyfish exhibit a fantastic range of shapes, sizes, behaviors and colours. This makes them the ideal subject for an interior decoration in the forms of our diverse jellyfish wall murals. You can go light with items like "La Rochelle Jellyfish" or more dark and edgy with jellyfish wall murals such as "Giant Lions Mane". It is only a matter of matching, or contrasting, them with your existing interior design, colour schemes and other decorative elements. Any home, office or hangout spot would benefit from the visual weight generated by these jellyfish wall murals. Colour is a very important factor in revamping a room, since it can dictate our moods and the overall ambiance in the area. Some of these jellyfish wall murals might even be a bit too much for certain spaces, such as children's. The alien appearance of these fantastic creatures can perhaps spook them a bit too much. Nonetheless, jellyfish wall murals also have child-friendly images like the vibrant "Underwater Journey", where the subject can be seen coexisting peacefully with other marine creatures.
Additional jellyfish wall murals
Another remarkable thing to know is that in the year 1991, moonfish jellyfish travelled into outer space on the Space Shuttle Columbia so that scientists could examine how microgravity affected them. What happened next is quite simply jaw-dropping, as the jellyfish multiplied in space! When they came back to Earth, the scientists discovered that the space-born jellyfish could not figure out how to deal with gravity. Jellyfish wall murals like "Space Jelly" can capture the spirit of that event, becoming one of the most memorable sights in interior decoration. If you are going for a softer tone, "Lovers" can be the jellyfish wall mural for you. This would even make for a gorgeous decor in your bedroom, displaying affection through the unlikeliest of channels.