15 Ways To Fill a Blank Wall
Stylish solutions for the extra wall space in your home.
Published Feb 26, 2017 5:00 AM
Lacking a green thumb? This Beth Hoeckel Terrarium collage is just as good as the real thing – and even better as an accent piece for the bare wall.
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When your decor aesthetic errs towards the minimalist spectrum, a busy wallpaper can easily make up for a lack in the decor variety, This leafy print has us vying for spring!
Paradise is only a flight away, in the meantime, we’ll settle for this neon sign instead. It sure makes for a vibrant accent for the tired workspace.
Cheeky wall signs for the win! Create a mood board or wall collage, and mix in a witty textural piece for good measure.
For the minimalist at heart, a saturated color block on the wall is surely the way to go. Pair it with a statement plant for good measure.
Dress the walls of a reading nook with art, mirrors, sconces, or all of the above!
Pair a graphic wallpaper with a subdued floor paint to inspire a charismatic touch of character to a streamlined staircase.
When it comes to the bathroom, opt for a decorative accent that’s also functional, much like this sleek ladder shelf.
This trellis-patterned plant structure challenges the conventionalindoor planter
with its geometrically chic composition.
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An oversized mirror can lend a much more refined element to a living room, especially for one that shies away from color.
Pair agallery wall
with a bench-turned-shelf filled with books and various textured elements. This will lend a three-dimensional effect to the wall, instilling a greater sense of depth within the room.
Install a floating shelf and fill it with an eclectic mix of personal paraphernalia and fragrant blooms.
Leave the walls blank and instead distract the eye with a saturated hue around the window frame.
Opt for a vibrantly patterned cut of fabric or an exotic rug to inspire color in an all-white space.
Regardless of the size – or lack thereof – of your closet, bring out a few of your most prized items for display on a chic, copper clothing rack.