By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Wall Decor. At Friday, November 09th 2018, 05:09:16 AM.
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. For a small girl, consider painting the walls a pastel shade of pink, adding a wide border around the top of the wall with wall paper, and then place a mural on the wall that fits the theme. A pastel pony or delicate flowers add punch and make the room unique.
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.
Another popular option for wall art is the photograph. Photographs, again much like paintings, can be subjective. They can be of landscapes, still art, animals, people and beyond. Furthermore, photographs can now be digitally altered, making the possibilities for photographic wall decor endless.