Decorating a spare wall is always a question of taste. I’ve put together a list of ten tips to customize your home, from living spaces to dining rooms, from home offices to bedrooms.
Which solution is your favourite?
Art and frame collages. Art and photo walls make an incredible visual impact and enhance your home’s character. Whether you arrange just a small photo grouping, or dedicate an entire room to a favorite collection, just remember symmetry, balance and the pairing of like-items.
Art shelves. A floating shelf can give you a space for an ever-changing display of art and mementos without having to add a nail for each individual piece.
Bookcases. A beautiful bookshelf is recommend for this problem. For example RANDOM Collection by MDF Italia is a system that can create a very strong impact in your living room. A bookcase made of 6 mm thick medium-density wood fibreboards, microgoffered lacquer in white. Back of melamine - coated board (thickness 10 mm). Shelves at various standard heights, fit into the backs through concealed slots.
Lamps. You can play with lighting design too. ORIGAMI, a polycarbonate wall lamp designed for Vibia by Ramón Esteve. The solution holds up pictures, murals, photos, shelves. Lighting elements can perform this personalization function: with just two pieces, interior designers can create infinite compositions.
Headboards. In the bedroom you can intervene above the headboard, that looks like a white canvas. Free-standing headboards or object collages can be added to your bed and reattached to an upgraded model down the road.
Wallpaper. With panoramic wallpaper NO PLAN, made by Wall&decò macro-subjects with a great visual effect. Great flexibility permits ample and substantial personalisation: from the re-sizing and movement of the subjects right up to backdrop and decorative element colour changes.
Box shelves. "Shelving systems have a tendency to achieve one concern but never both. We decided to dimension shelving units based on the generic measurements of things to store and display while allowing for them to be combined according to specific needs and desires? The result can be at times a random stack of boxes or a coordinated grid of efficient storage or both!".
Ceramic tiles. With the 3D effect of the texture, ceramic can inspire your ideas for a wall. DECHIRER (LA SUITE) NET CENERE, designed by Patricia Urquiola for MUTINA, is a range of large-sized, unglazed porcelain stoneware tiles, where patterns, which look like layers of memory alternating on the surface, creating surprising effects of light and shadow.
You can choose a range of solutions by alternating the composition with plain and decorated patterns, with sharp-edged slabs and patchwork designs. It is perfect for each kind of space, from living to the kitchen, to the bathroom.
Are your ideas clearer now?