Painting might be your go-to solution when you’re tired or bored of your walls. But there are several other creative ways to freshen up your walls, whether it’s in your living room, bedroom, or even your children’s rooms. Here are a few ways to give your walls a makeover.
1. Put up some wall art.
Art can transform any space or area into a masterpiece. Whether you’re a fan of large murals or you’re drawn to framed wall art, you can add some color, style, and class to your wall.
You have to ensure that your wall art adds to the aesthetic of your home. If you’re an artist, this is an opportunity to unleash your creativity on your wall. Make it your art project.
2. Add a photo collage.
Make your wall the center of attraction of your room with photos. First, choose an appropriate spot on your wall for the collage. A photo collage can be anywhere in your home. Your sitting room, bedroom, or children’s playroom will look amazing with a photo collage.
You can create a photo collage of your most memorable moments and hang them on your wall. The pictures don’t have to be the same size; you can arrange them so that everything fits perfectly.
3. Create a mini-gallery.
Have you ever walked into your local design shop and saw that one painting you were immediately attracted to? Why not do the same for your home, and transform your wall into a mini-gallery?
This is also a great way to support local artists, so buy as many artworks as your budget will allow. Spending money on your home is a good investment.
You don’t have to use just one piece. Feel free to use as many as you want, as long as you have enough space. Like a photo collage, the framed paintings don’t have to be similar in size.
Your mini-gallery should be in a space where others can admire it, but you can also add art to your bedroom to create a more relaxing vibe.
4. Install a mirror.
If you want your small space to feel bigger, consider installing a mirror on your wall. Mirrors reflect light, so they’ll leave your wall looking bright and attractive.
Because mirrors reflect images, you should place them in a space where they’ll reflect the beautiful objects in your home, such as sculptures or paintings.
Avoid putting mirrors on the walls in areas where they reflect the parts of your house that you don’t want others to see, Like a messy table or an old couch.
5. Fix a whiteboard.
Are your children fond of writing all over your walls? If you’ve had to clean their doodles off your walls so many times, try fixing a whiteboard, and allow your children to write away. A whiteboard is an excellent idea for writing to-do lists or leaving notices for your partner, roommate, or children.
If a whiteboard disturbs the color theme of your home, you don’t have to worry. They come in a variety of colors too. You can cover an entire wall or just a portion.
Whether you decide to put up paintings or hang a mural on your wall, consider the kind of atmosphere you want to create. Use colors that add to the overall aesthetic of your home.
Decorating your walls the right way will leave you and your guests feeling refreshed and at home.