A wooden bridge with a while wood plank railing leads to the glowing tower of a lighthouse in the Marshall Point Lighthouse wall mural. Located on the St. George peninsula in Maine, this historic lighthouse from 1858 now serves as a museum and gift shop for tourists visiting the East coast. Across the water the sun has dipped past the horizon, turning the sky a fiery shade of orange and yellow as evening quickly descends over the coastal scene. Photographed by travel photographer Brian Jannsen, the unique perspective of this lighthouse mural is an excellent way to add a sense of depth to any room. Accentuate a coastal decor scheme with this mural, or use its colorfully contrasting tones to add a dynamic tone to a conference room, lounge, or even a seafood restaurant.