Published at Friday, October 09th 2020, 16:08:37 PM by Fionn Reid. Wall Decor. A kid`s room is a perfect example of how this can be done. By starting with the walls, you can set the mood and basic style for the rest of the room. Choose to paint the walls with bright colors such as red, blue, and yellow, adding stenciled pictures to the walls.
Published at Friday, October 16th 2020, 16:16:56 PM by Cara Daly. Wall Art. Some very important points to consider when picking out wall art is, What will you be using the room or space for? Do you regularly have guests over? Will you be entertaining? Is this just a family space?
Published at Friday, October 09th 2020, 16:02:05 PM by Brigid Lyons. Wall Decor. Well, today there are plenty of items like wall hangings, murals, wall shelves, vinyl stickers, wallpapers, and many more. The beauty of these accessories is that you can use them in any way to create your own design. They are very easy to use and the best thing is that you can remove them any time you want to. They are made with the latest techniques and high-quality materials so that they do not damage your walls. Among all the different accessories, the graphics have taken up the name because they are very easy to apply and can put up a new look within a few minutes.
Published at Sunday, October 18th 2020, 16:04:12 PM. By Sadhbh Keane. From vintage to contemporary, it`s easy to find ways to make any room special with wall art. Creating a motif with unexpected items can be a conversation piece in any room. It`s fun to come up with new uses for old items or use new items in unconventional ways. Searching around in thrift stores and other fun places, you never know what you might find to adorn your walls with. Whatever your particular taste, you can personalize your space with decorative wall decor.
Published at Sunday, October 18th 2020, 16:03:57 PM. By Brian McDonnell. Another point to consider is that you will be looking at this wall art every day, so pick pieces that you really like! This may be the most important point to keep in mind, it`s your space, so pick wall art you love.
Published at Sunday, October 18th 2020, 16:03:41 PM. By Cillian Sweeney. Strangely, however, many people who are great at choosing furniture for their homes come a cropper when it comes to choosing wall art. Not everyone has the skills or the discerning eye to choose the right piece and choosing the wrong wall art could ruin the entire look of the room.
Published at Sunday, October 18th 2020, 16:03:24 PM. By Dearbhla Cullen. If you really want to make a huge statement in your room, then you might want to opt for a wall stencil or mural. Some of these murals can take up the whole wall and have a realistic look to them. I love the ones that look like french doors opening up into a beautiful garden or view of the sea.
Published at Sunday, October 18th 2020, 16:03:09 PM. By Craig Moore. Living in an urban dwelling usually means that space is expensive and rented. This is a challenging situation for tenants to decorate keeping in view both the limited space and strict rental agreements. The restrictions rule out a lot of decoration options that occupy space or requires a change to the physical surroundings. The only option left is to apply decorations to the walls. The best and most affordable option which can cater to all the rules and regulations is vinyl wall decals.
Published at Sunday, October 18th 2020, 16:02:51 PM. By Craig Moore. Stencils are a bit artsier than murals and can give your room a handmade look. I`ve seen some great stencils that look like rock walls with vines and ivy. If you are the least bit creative, then stencils will allow you to exercise that creativity to make a piece of wall art that you can enjoy every day as well as show off to your guests. Wall murals and stencils go with a variety of decorating themes including the old world, shabby chic, french country, and even some contemporary styles.
Published at Sunday, October 18th 2020, 16:02:32 PM. By Donnchabh Hogan. One of my favorite ways to decorate the wall is by using architectural elements. By this, I mean old doors, wrought iron gates, corbels, porch pieces – anything that you might normally find on the outside of the house can add depth and interest to your inside walls. When it comes to architectural elements, the more wear the piece has and the chippier the paint, the better! This aging and wear give character to the piece and adds interest.