Wall Murals of US State Flags
This interesting collection of wall murals of US state flags reflects the diversity in regional influences and local histories of the fifty states of America. Modern US state flags date back to the 1890s when state leaders and citizens took pride in flaunting the individual identities and distinctive symbols of their respective states. Most state flags were designed and adopted between the early 1890s and World War I. While some of the state flags have retained their original designs, others have evolved over the years.
Note the elements of design that are common and those that are different in these state flags. Most state flags of the US feature the state symbol or seal in the center against a solid backdrop. There are a few vintage state flags that have taken on a textured effect with a brick wall backdrop. Yet others feature a stylish, three-dimensional wave effect resembling the flag’s appearance on a breezy day. While red and blue seem to be predominant colors, shades of orange, yellow, green as well as gray and black, among others, aren’t hard to spot in this collection of wallpaper murals of US state flags. From South Carolina’s flag featuring a palm tree and the crescent moon to Alaska’s unmistakable flag with the Big Dipper and the North Star against a blue backdrop, the collection takes you through varying influences, different styles and unique design principles.
Wall murals of US state flags are suitable for many kinds of spaces including your study, library, classrooms, lobbies and waiting areas in certain offices, among others. Moreover, you can choose the size, material, image orientation and color effects of the state map you pick to match your taste and decor. So, go ahead and customize your walls with a touch of your state pride and choose from this collection of state flag wall murals.