Nora Kay

Nora Kay

Community Manager at Spaceio
Nora Kay

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The dressing up of a plane, dull wall is vital when it comes to designing any residential or commercial spaces. And when it comes to rented apartment, it gets even more difficult and is not just possible to go against the rules to permanently install any sort of decor onto the walls ! Regardless of these restrictions, one could easily adorn the walls of any room just by implementing a few fun tricks mentioned here, to stand out among the most imperative things to concentrate on !

 

The Addi­tion Of Washi Tape

As per the rules of inte­ri­or design­ing, it is tech­ni­cal­ly pos­si­ble for a wall to either divide or unite a space. Add some vibrant ener­gy to any room by the sim­ple addi­tion of the washi tape onto the walls. These cre­ative, col­or­ful mask­ing tapes are made from Washi paper. Use a vari­ety of them in dif­fer­ent col­ors and pat­terns to get a cus­tomized look. One could expe­ri­ence a com­plete inte­ri­or trans­for­ma­tion in minutes.

Exhib­it The Wall Art

Good Times for those art col­lec­tors ! One who has moved into a new con­do with a lot of walls to fill in can sim­ply use those can­vas art and prints. It can be fun. How about cre­at­ing your own abstract paint­ing ? More­over with the vast avail­abil­i­ty of wall art, one could even opt for the dig­i­tal can­vas art and prints instead. All one need to do is take any pic­tures and make dig­i­tal can­vas art out of it. Easy ? Just put in a lit­tle extra thought, to hang them at vary­ing heights for that per­fect art gallery look !

Bas­kets On The Wall

Ever thought of using bas­kets as a decor accent ? The bas­ket wall decor is def­i­nite­ly a great way to add tex­ture and warmth to any room. Try using those woven bas­kets or met­al bas­kets to add that miss­ing touch of rus­tic chic, an easy, inex­pen­sive and quick way to enhance a wall ! Instead of pic­ture frames this time, try adorn­ing the stair­case wall by using bas­kets to cre­ate an eye-pleas­ing vin­tage look. One could even dis­play their hat col­lec­tion, for that uncon­ven­tion­al focal point !

Emp­ty Frames

When the mind goes all blank, what could be bet­ter than start­ing with an emp­ty frame ! The con­cept of using emp­ty frames are in trend. Blend in var­i­ous col­ored frames or go for the black and white con­cept for a dark wall. Include some gold­en accent on this monot­o­ne wall, to cre­ate a per­fect­ly bal­anced look.

All one need to do is dis­play emp­ty frames in an aes­thet­i­cal­ly pleas­ing pat­tern that goes well with the col­or of the walls. Blend dif­fer­ent shapes, sizes, col­ors. Play with the con­trast to make emp­ty frames stand out in their own unique way. 

Pat­tern Lights On The Wall

Adding in lights as a decor accent on to the wall is some­thing inter­est­ing. Don’t the string lights look play­ful no mat­ter where you hang them ?

Try out cre­at­ing a can­vas by pok­ing holes onto it in ran­dom pat­terns and stick the bulbs out through those holes. One could even keep on exper­i­ment­ing with this wall decor idea by adding trans­par­ent, blurred glass box over it, which could also serve as a night­light or mood light. Def­i­nite­ly a funky ele­ment for a dull, bare wall !

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