By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Wall Decor. At Friday, October 19th 2018, 00:35:40 AM.
In a traditionally built house, the walls will most often be square, and symmetrical, with doors and windows placed at geometrically straight locations, in line with one another. More contemporary floor plans will usually call for an open space design, in which there are only a few walls, and most of the space flows naturally into itself.
In a home built with traditional, symmetrically lined wall features, you can use decorative features to add style and interest to the space. Exotic colors, patterns, and even textures can go a long way toward making the space seem interesting, without disrupting the sense of unity which this architectural choice makes inherent. If your home has contemporary walls, scattered at random intervals lightly throughout the space, consider using a single color or pattern to bring unity to the area. Even if you can't help but change up the tones on the various walls, you should at least use a unifying factor, such as a single type of decorative piece, or a single color used on all of the trim and molding. This will ensure that the space doesn't get too disparate.
Luxuries are usually not mere essential extravagances; Luxury often provide stunning pleasure and comfort and in this way become necessary for sumptuous living. Luxurious wall decor can, even if only momentarily, make your surroundings more generous and meaningful. The rosettes on the walls, the elegant panels and crown molding, the magnificent chandeliers that capture your attention, the roaring fire framed by a hand-crafted fireplace mantel, the pure heavenly feeling of life's blessings are immediate and can be continuously uplifting. Luxury means keenly appreciating some of life's finest things despite some sacrifice, whether it's one small piece of chocolate a day, having tea served in pretty china or enjoying fresh flowers on the background of beautifully embellished walls in the home.