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That said, blank walls can also be intimidating for those same reasons. You can utilize textured fabric wall hangings or even paint on your own accent wall mural and skip hanging things altogether. The ones below will help you take boring, bare walls and turn them into charming galleries, pretty collections, and statement-making accents in your living room, above your bed and more.
Yes, rugs can go on walls too. This West Elm rug takes up almost a whole blank wall when hung like a tapestry. Problem solved. This wall has been covered completely in cork to act as a bulletin board. You can do the same in your home and decorate it with anything that inspires you. This memory wall is affordable to recreate and allows you to showcase all of your loved ones.
Just print your photos and hang them in a tidy rectangle using thumbtacks. This living room has all the shelves. For walls that already have some personality and color, choose items and frames that will pop against that backdrop, as is the case in this Philadelphia home.
Black paint is the perfect background for incorporating things like neon colors and white frames. This artsy craft form infuses plenty of texture and handmade charm into a space, whether you choose to incorporate a plant hanger or a wall hanging, like the one above the bed in this Los Angeles home. This New Jersey home shows how a mix of patterns and colors against a graphic but very neutral wallpaper can instantly make a room pop.
These Chicago homeowners used a pennant, fabric hangings, tassels, and other ephemera in the sweet, small composition on their pink living room wall. They even used a beaded curtain and twinkle lights to create a funky, fun backdrop for their television. Dressing up your walls with items that coordinate with the rest of the decor in your room is a fool-proof way to embrace maximalism, as seen in this Virginia home. Colors and patterns found in wall art can play nicely off of things like throw pillows and rugs. Wall-mounted planters are a great greenery solution for the plant lover with little space.
Here, Jessica Sirls created a sleek and space-savvy succulent garden above her bed with just a handful of them. Sometimes a bold piece of wall decor is all you need to bring character and visual interest to a room.
A handful of wall hooks — self-adhesive ones work great for renters—can turn an empty wall into a sophisticated way to store your hats, just like this wall of hats in the studio of textile artist Jane Denton on SF Girl by Bay. A mix of prints and sculptural wood pieces stand out against mint green paint in this colorful Florida home. The addition of a lamp, basket, and potted plant help to play up the bright hues in the artwork even more.
Searching for a stylish way to store and show off some of your most treasured objects? Pictures ledges are surprisingly affordable and instantly turn your beloved baubles like this wall of cameras on Alt for Damerne into works of art. Looking for a fun de project to do over a rainy weekend?
Grab a couple of pieces of cardboard and paint pens and stencil your own statement wall just like Laura on A Beautiful Mess did. For as simple as they are, wooden crates can form an insanely chic wall display. A large Lucite calendar turns a blank wall into a handy organizational tool without sacrificing an inch of style as seen in a French-inspired LA home tour. While this is a post about wall decor, we implore you not to forget your ceiling and consider it an additional surface you can decorate.
Minimalists and those occupying smaller spaces will appreciate how much a mirror can add to a bare wall, as exemplified in this pretty New York apartment. If the thought of smoothing out air bubbles from wallpaper makes you cringe, this fun Kentucky home provides the perfect example of how to stylishly avoid that: Paint a wall mural. Whether abstract or pictorial, murals are equally as gorgeous as any wallpaper and will give you plenty of creative freedom to decide what colors and shapes you want on your walls. No room in your tiny kitchen to store all your pots and pans?
Turn an empty wall into a full-blown vertical garden with this leather-and-wood trellis DIY courtesy of Vintage Revivals. Wall sconces are a fashionable way to brighten up a light-deprived area of your home. Love the look of exposed brick but stuck working with drywall? A salon-style art display, like this eclectic gallery wall from a home tour , is a space-savvy way to bring some color into your living room and instantly livens up a white room without overwhelming the rest of space. You can work plants into your walls in unique ways with pocket, shelves, and wall-mount planters, as seen in this boho apartment.
Wall planters are perfectly fine on their own, but feel free to jazz up your setup with items like frames and lights. Who needs a whole gallery wall when you can focus on just one big colorful work of art? A bold abstract piece, like this one we spotted on Style Curator , infuses a white wall with more than enough color and character. Gallery walls do not have to be a small collection of framed prints.
Hang artwork from floor to ceiling, and incorporate unique pieces like wooden sculptures and vintage found objects. Who knew wall baskets you know, the hand-woven kind your grandmother used to buy at garage sales could make such charming wall decor in modern-day interiors? Clearly Lita Lee and Mike Martin, who on their Apartment Therapy home to ur showed us that a salon-style installation of wall baskets can look every bit as chic as traditional artwork. Not sure how to decorate a cramped living room corner? Pegboards are a storage gift that keeps on giving. Not only can you hang just about anything on them, most mount straight to your wall like we saw on Beautyfull Bl og for some space-savvy storage opportunity.
This one is a bit unconventional, but smaller rugs especially some that are vintage and maybe too delicate for floors are a marvelous way to bring a large-scale focal point to a room. Here, in a bedroom by Emily Hend erson , a rougher-textured round sisal rug totally works in contrast with the bright, clear colors surrounding it.
Turn an awkward wall into a cozy nook by fashioning a small mood board above a comfy place to sit, like this pretty pink niche we spotted on SF Girl by B ay. No room or budget for a headboard? No problem. While you might not have looked at a wall decal since you were anyone else remember those glow-in-the-dark stars? This Chicago apartme nt shows that things like washi tape and wall decals can actually look rather sleek and sophisticated if done right. Those odd divots or cut outs in your wall may not serve much of a purpose, but with a little wallpaper magic you can turn it into an accent wall.
As seen in this Brooklyn apart ment , a layer of wallpaper quickly turned an awkward area into an eye-catching part of the room. With two fairly similar frames opposite one another and identical chairs around the table, the space almost feels reflective, like a mirror.
Even if your decor is different, a similar color palette can pull it all together, as exemplified by this country ho me. Here, a bright coral canvas, mirror frame, and wallpaper all fit well together because of their hue despite them being completely different styles. While it can be fun to go all out with funky wall decor, this San Francisco apar tment shows that less often is more. If you consider yourself to lean more towards minimalism, all it takes is one large statement piece of artwork to hugely influence the room.
A piece of unpainted plywood creates a modern utilitarian atmosphere in a corner of a house boat in Amsterda m. It serves as a unique background for papers and pieces of art and gently breaks up the white walls. Caroline is a writer living in New York City. Save Comments. We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. Credit: Jerica Christensen. Hang a rug. Credit: Jenny Edwards. Install a cork wall. Credit: Pati Robins. Create a gallery wall that spans the whole space. DIY a photo collage wall. Credit: Stefany Ovalles. More is more.
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