Five easiest ways to dress up walls

Don’t you get bored of the same decor throughout the year? Every season has its vibes and feels, but it would cost a fortune to do up a house every single season. The easiest way to spruce up your home and add feels is to focus on your walls. Walls are the focal point of every interior space, and giving them a makeover can instantly make your house feel like a home. Adding a personal touch to the stark walls of your living space can provide a character to it and, in turn, add personality to your home.
I have listed out a few ways to amp up your walls, and you can choose one or more of the ideas according to your preference and taste. So, here are the five easiest ways to dress up walls:

1) Plates & Mirrors

Hanging Plates is an inexpensive approach to adding both colour and texture to your walls. The best part of using this technique is that you don’t have to make any commitment whatsoever. If you do not like the pattern, you can take them instantly or even switch up with a different set of plates whenever you get bored. Mirrors are for smaller rooms as they give the illusion of a wider space.

2) Murals

Murals can make a bold statement even if only one wall of the room has it. If chosen according to the room’s design and colour scheme, its patterns and colours can add certain moods to a space. Even though murals are a great tool in interior designing, they are less expensive, long-lasting, and easier to install than painting a wall. 

3) Artwork

You can instantly spruce up a dull space by hanging up an artwork that best represents your personality. Every room needs a focal point that draws attention, and a piece of wall art can do that effortlessly by being visually and intellectually engrossing.  (In case you are curious and want to know 10 ways to make your home Pinterest worthy, read this)

4) Textures

Adding textures is the easiest way to accentuate certain parts of a room. Contrasting textures put together can immediately bring depth and balance to a space, such as a glazed vase sitting atop a printed rug or a tasselled macrame hung on a plain wall.

5) Greenery

Incorporating greenery can liven up a stark space and bring more calming energy into it. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, having indoor plants is also suitable for health because they absorb a lot of toxic gases emitted by household materials.

I wanted to keep the steps very easy and simple, and I hope you will experiment keeping the points in your mind. Do share your pictures and tag me in them. For daily inspiration, hacks and ideas, follow Me on Instagram & Pinterest.

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