Looking for wall decor ideas to refresh your space? Those empty walls are filled with possibilities and a few additions can make a house feel like a home. If you’re ready to turn those stark, bare walls into stylish centerpieces, keep reading. No matter what your style is, we’ve got the tricks that can amp up your walls and bring out your personality and taste. Whether you’re an art collector, a nature enthusiast, or a book lover, your walls can be customized so that you can be surrounded by the things you adore.
Set the Mood
A grid arrangement of iconic photographs that capture or show of your taste and the beachy environment in the dining room once designed by Nicole Hollis Studio. Paired with a jute rug and clean wood furniture, this dining room nails the difficult-to-achieve look of unpretentious sophistication.
Go for Large Scale Art
An oversized painting or photograph will be the center of attention for all. Set the tone in a small space. Try a black-and-white photo in a minimalist space or add color with a vibrant abstract piece.
Make a Gallery Wall
Nothing adds personality and color like a gallery wall. Display a collection of art or photographs, or add wall hangings and other ephemera. Opt for simple, cohesive frames or bring in an array of ornate variations to mix things up.
Extend the gallery wall to the ceiling to create the illusion of a larger space
Spruce Up a Hallway
Most hallways and stairways are too narrow for accent furniture or decorative item then focus on animating that surface. For example, you can spice up the stairs with a custom leopard-print runner and then pair a bubblegum landscape painting with floral lavender wallpaper.
Incorporate an Accent Wall
A good rule of thumb is to paint the accent wall the same color as the other walls, but 2 shades darker. If you don’t feel comfortable going wild with color choice and placement, this route tends to be foolproof. You don’t have to do this. A light accent wall in a darker room can work, but it’s riskier.
A good rule of thumb is to follow the “60-30-10 rule” color combination.
This means: 60 percent of the room, including its painted surfaces and decor, represents a dominant color. 30 percent is applied to a secondary color
A tapestry or wall hanging can add color and pattern, as well as a sense of softness to space. Consider framing vintage scarves or other pretty textiles. These are a lot easier to move than framed paintings when it comes time to head to your next home.
Mirrors reflect light and make the room more spacious. You can add mirrors to the accent wall or the wall which is the main focus of the room. The Mirror techniques can be used for both smaller and bigger rooms.
If you’ve run out of floor space for bookshelves, take your collection to the wall. Install floating shelves and display hardcovers, small sculptures, and other odds and ends.
Once the designer’s Arent & Pyke adds a touch of decadence which is juxtaposed against the modern portrait and abstract yellow painting, the funky chrome bar cart, kaleidoscopic vase, and graphic stool, and the shabby chic slipcovered sofa. All of the pieces come together in the colors of the antique carpet.
Add Sculptures Sconces
Sconces add an extra source of light without taking up space on the floor or a side table. Choose an eye-catching design that doubles as a wall sculpture to bring in light and style.
Add texture with a Weaving
Those ’70s macramé wall hangings have come back in a big way. The weavings add texture and warm up stark walls. You can buy them or can DIY on its on.
Add Wallpapers of your Choice
You can use the wallpaper of any kind in contrast with the furniture or the decoration you are making this will add character to your room