There are lots of times when we are left wondering…’now what should I do to fill up this blank wall?’. Well there are so many ways to liven up you wall space and it won’t cost you a fortune either. Take a look at few of my favorite ideas.
If you have an old saree that you adore just frame it and put it up on the wall as seen in the above picture (taken from a project I worked on a few years back).
Instead of putting wallpaper on the entire wall, frame the wallpaper by putting molding all around it. It not only looks dramatic, your dilemma of a blank wall is also over….:)
Color block an empty wall and add instant interest and style. Depending upon the decor of the rest of your space you can decide whether to go for straight line color blocking for being more organic.
This idea has to be my favorite…I am an ardent plant lover. Hang a few indoor plants on the wall.You could choose a pattern or just have a random arrangement, there are no rules…it will work.
Put up a few mirrors with ornate frames along with a few empty picture frames to make a unique wall display.
Compose a plate wall..:)
Get a few embroidery wooden hoops and use vintage /colorful/recycled fabrics to make a brilliant wall composition.
Display photographs from a tree branch without framing them.It will look great.
Make a composition of differently sized hand woven baskets.
Put a few marquee lighted metal letters on the wall.
Hello all I have been absent from the blogging world for a while. A lot has been happening in my personal life which did not permit me too much time for myself, anyways more about that later. I have been hugely crushing on indigo for I saw some gorgeous bed spreads which I absolutely want to own. It’s a colour which makes me think wonderful tie and dye fabrics, Japanese Shibori textiles, beautiful Indian block prints and lazy days on the beach.
Gorgeous indigo wallpaper…
Blue bandanas as wall art…there is nothing like too much blue.
See is this bed spread not worth crushing on ?
Hand crafted cement tiles in indigo…what’s not to love?
Japanese indigo textiles…..
Interior designer Chelsea Hing’s seriously stylish living room in Melbourne with indigo accents.
Charcoal. indigo and light blue with whites is a colour scheme which is extremely sophisticated and elegant.
Indigo and blue inspiration.
The star of this bedroom is positively the indigo bed linen…