If you love wallpaper but want to make an even bolder feature wall in your home, a striking mural can be just the thing. Murals are different to wallpaper in that they come in panels and often depict a scene, whether it's a stunning beach view, cityscape or a traditional painting.

With wallpaper you can use it on every wall, whereas a mural is best kept just to one so it doesn't lose its impact. They're fab for kids' rooms too where you can let your imagination run wild. You can even have your own photo turned into a mural (try Mr Perswall).

Here's the kit you will need to get started:

* Pencil
* Tape measure
* Long ruler
* Spirit level
* Wallpaper paste (ready-mixed is easiest)
* Pasting brush
* Pasting table
* Wallpaper hanging brush
* Stepladder
* Craft knife/scissors
* Thin paintbrush
* Large sponge