Let the Walls do the talking by Chakshika Sharma

Give your walls an extra punch this season! If your home feels like that there is something missing, or your dead blank wall keeps staring into your eye. Every person has unique needs. Some are comfortable with minimalist style, liking their own simplicity while others are not settled with undecorated white walls. Looking to convert your bare walls into the most ravishing corner in your place, well look no more. Whatever your personality type be, we have got you covered.

How much art is too much art?
If you are an art collector or an art enthusiast, then curating an art wall must be a perfect option for you. An oversized painting or a photograph with bold dramatic frame can set the mood of the space. Go for bold art piece against a white backdrop and make it a center of attention. Black and white photograph will add character to the space against a printed armchair and a full grown monstera plant. Or you can go for abstract artwork against a neutral backdrop.
Hang a sculptural sconce!
If you like warm ambient lighting, then go for a sculptural sconce in your place. Sconces add an extra source of light without taking much space. Vintage or sizeable contemporary light fixture will draw attention and the goal is to evenly light the room. Keep the sconces slightly above the direct eye line.
Give your wall a bohemian element with Macrame wall art.
If you think of macrame as neutral colored, white and basic you need to think again. Macrame adds texture and style and is a unique design element. You can combine it with a gallery wall or hang it just above the couch. In fact, you can design a whole wall using tons of macrame pieces.
When you shop for macrame, be sure of the sizes and shape so that they complement the room and each other.
Add an oriental rug onto your wall
To fill your room with warmth, texture and color, rug is the perfect three in one solution. Abstract design rugs are the way to go. You can hang it over a fireplace or cover a large chunk of your wall. Rugs not only helps to make a statement piece but also helps in sound absorbing. Rugs can be hung using Velcro tape or they could be hung like a curtain with a rod. The right patterned rug helps to create a cozy feeling in the space and sets the tone.
Add an accent feature!
Instead of putting up things on your wall, try creating your wall as a masterpiece. Go for bright paint color that stands out or maybe even try a good wallpaper to create that effect. A splash of printed wallpaper or creative wall covering brings out entire space. Wide variety of wallpapers are available such as marble effect, stripes, floral and mural.
Mirror, Mirror on the wall
Nobody can ever go with a classic mirror wall paneling. Mirrors reflect light and make a small space feel bigger. Mirror accents are making a way back, be sure to incorporate it in your home.

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