A feature wall can be the main attraction of your room, and it won’t cost you too much either. If you’re not sure where to start with your feature wall design, DM Design, fitted bedroom specialists,has done all the hard work for you:
Sometimes, it’s tough to be unconventional when it comes to painting – and you usually stick with the same colour.If there’s a colour you love but are yet to try – use this on your feature wall. This works particularly well if the rest of the room is neutral, with subtle accents of that colour.
Plants in the home
Plants inside your home are becoming a trend everybody is jumping on. They are visually pleasing and can add colour to your room. Monopolise on this trend with a green, plant-based feature wall. This can be achieved through a printed wallpaper (think tropical leaves or wildflower prints) or add custom shelving to hold a selection of potted plants.
If you don’t want to go through the hassle of making big changes, stickers could be an option for you. Wall stickers come in all varieties, from beautiful trees, words and mottos, to more quirky pieces. Wall stickers are also a great choice for children’s bedrooms, with playful designs available to please any child.
Capturing the moment
If you’re all about capturing the moment, perhaps displaying photographs with different picture frames could be a unique aspect of your wall. The key here is that the frames themselves are just as important as what goes in them. Decide what you want to frame, then you have the choice: choose the same size and arrange in an ordered fashion – or get mismatched frames and arrange them in a more haphazard way.
Using an oversized image
Something different could be to have an oversized image covering your entire feature wall. Whether there’s a photo that you love or a landscape, a photo-based wall mural can completely transform a room into something very personal.