Blank walls can be tough to tackle. Whether you simply have too much space to properly decorate or your collection of art is on the small size, finding the perfect way to spruce up these empty spots may take a bit of planning. These 10 ideas are sure to inspire.
Beyond their ability to make a room feel instantly bigger and brighter, large mirrors are the perfect way to add design-friendly details to empty walls. Instead of hanging yours up, consider a leaning option that can be positioned in any room of the home. From the bathroom to a lackluster hallway, this addition is guaranteed to add to your home’s aesthetic appeal. And the look is so striking you won’t need to add any other decorative accents or. Easy and chic — this minimalist route is one to try yourself.
Floating furniture is sure to liven up any area — from floor to ceiling — in the most stylish of ways. Exposed shelves on their own would be a gorgeous update, but take it a step further by pairing them with a floating console to create a focal point that can’t be ignored. Decorate these surfaces as you would any other spot. From framed photos to vintage baubles, well-curated vignettes will make any blank wall really come to life.
A good rug can is an deal way to add texture, warmth and pops of color to any room. But it’s time to forget about the floors for a moment and tack one on the wall instead. Forgoing the floor and hanging a favorite textile right on your wall will make any space feel decidedly design-minded. Whether it’s placed behind a sofa in the living room or used as a makeshift headboard in the bedroom, this wall-filler is one that will add style and a bit of quirk to any home.
When in doubt, bring in what you know will work. For starters? Framed art. Gallery walls are certainly an option, but if you’re looking to get an eye-catching setup without jumping on the band wagon, opt for one oversized piece of art instead. From photographs to paintings, these unexpectedly large additions will quickly become the main focal point in any room. Don’t be afraid to take this approach beyond the living room and bedroom. Kitchens, bathrooms and hallways will all reap the benefits of this bold style.
If decorating the wall itself isn’t up your alley, there are solutions that don’t involve hanging pictures or getting too crafty. Any spot that’s looking a bit bland can get facelift with the help of a minimalist console. Once you have some type of surface or counter, play around with the height of the ceiling itself by incorporating a variety of items that go beyond standard tabletop accents. Choose elements — like these stylish planters — that are more prominent than expected and tall enough to reach new areas of the wall.