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I've seen some gorgeous murals, but I'm big on flexibility. If I had to do one or the other, I'd do a border over a mural so that I could move the furniture wherever I wanted in the future. It'd irk me to have a dilemna later when I wanted to move a piece of furniture to a specific spot but it would block one of the kid's favorite parts of the mural.
With a border, I would also save some pieces to be able to use in a scrap book or as a mat for a framed picture.
In my children's rooms, because of where the doors, closets, and windows are I'm already limited as to which walls the dressers and beds can go on. So, it wouldn't be a problem for me to have murals to work around the current furniture set up.
Amee: You can also paint borders in rooms! We used a floral stencil to paint a border in my DD's nursery to coordinate with her nursery bedding.