Your newest Instagram Wall Guide is here! This time it’s from the Emerald City of Seattle, Washington! Get a mix of fashion and travel with all of the best mural locations plus all some great fall style inspiration. All of my outfits are new and easy to shop online. Don’t miss this post!
Last weekend, I had the pleasure of getting away with my husband for a quick trip to Seattle. It’s only an hour flight direct from Calgary and it was a nice change of scenery! When I visit a city, I try and experience everything that it has to offer. I walked over 41 kilometers over 2 and a half days (that’s over 57,000 steps by the way) because I feel a city is best explored on foot. I’m putting together a travel guide for you but also wanted to share all of the Instagram Walls in Seattle.
These city mural guides get the most views of any type of post that I do so I appreciate you reading, saving, and PINNING this guide to your favourite Pinterest board for later.
Catch each location, the artist and my “professional” tips for capturing the best photo below. There is also a Google Map located with each location pinned at the bottom of the post. Plus, I packed all of my new fall outfits for this trip so shop all of my looks in the links below.
Instagram Walls in Seattle
Wall location: Richmark Label Building
Artist: Erik T Burke
Tips: This wall is North facing so visit in the morning. The whole building is wrapped in murals so you’ll have lots of places to shoot!
Lips and Eyes Wall
Location: Richmark Label Building
Artist: Erik T Burke
Tips: This wall is West facing so visit in the morning!
Peace Sign Wall
Wall location: Two Bells Tavern (now closed)
Tips: This wall is South facing so a cloudy day would be best or after the sun has gone behind the building in the evening. Or just face into the sun, like I did here!!
Location: Post Alley
Artist: You and your wads of gum. Please note that this wall is cleaned once or twice a year. When we arrived it had just been done so only one small spot was slowly being rebuilt.
Tip: Please note that this wall is cleaned once or twice a year. When we arrived it had just been done so only one small spot was slowly being rebuilt. It is usually jam-packed with tourists so visit early in the morning or on a weekday to avoid busloads of crowds.
Purple Purse Wall
Outfit: Mustard Trench Coat from Chicwish /
Location: Pike Street E and 11th Ave
Artist: Ellen Picken created for Purple Purse Foundation for Allstate
Tip: This wall is East facing so evening is best!
Room For Change Mural
Location: Pike Street Hillclimb
Artist: Carolina Silva
Tips: This mural is west facing so morning is best!
The above wall and ladder are also located on the Richmark Label building.
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