Daily Dose of Design–Creative Wall Decor

Today’s daily dose of design is all about unique wall decor, one of the easiest ways to personalize your home! 

Whenever I’m working on a design project, I love looking beyond traditional framed art to decorate the walls.  Mirror groupings, framed fabrics and decorative plate collections are a few of my favorite wall decor statements. 

 If you want to do something unique with your walls, keep these tips in mind:

  • A grouping of items can feel more custom than a single or double pair or artwork.  Use a mix of wall decor items to really make the statement personal.

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  • Shaped mirrors, hung as a collection will not only enhance the light within the room, but will expand the visual size of the space. 

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  • Decorative plates are an inexpensive way to add drama to your walls.  And, in a pinch, you can take them down and use them for serving.

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  • Framing wallpaper or fabric pieces is a great way to infuse patternwork into your wall decor statement.  Framing a pattern or two used in other parts of the room (pillows, window treatments), will tie your look together. 

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  • Be Creative–Just about anything can be used as wall decor, and the more creative your look, the more style your home will have.

 

Here are some additional images of fabulous wall decor looks.  I hope you’re inspired!

 

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 I love using empty frames as wall decor.  Whether your hang something inside the frame (above), or leave them empty you’ll create a great look. 

I really love the photo below where all the frames have been painted white–a great way to unify different frame styles.

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Ceiling medallions painted a single color create dimension and style!

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I love anything monogrammed, and just adore these grouping of initials. 

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 Framed botanicals look great when hung in mass. And for a bit of added style, the candle sconces were added to the mix.

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A single fabric pattern, in four colorways is classic and stylish!

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Love the oversized dots was wall decor.  This looks like it could be a simple DIY project too.

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Stretch fabric pieces or frame them.

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Creative Wall Decor

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Wall paper hung as vertical panels–simple and easy!

With just a little creativity, your walls can look great! 

What’s your favorite “out of the box” wall decor statement?

 

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Comments

  1. Hey! Yea I agree with Lola! Your blog is AWESOME! I haven;t enjoyed a blog more than yours! I Love your posts! Please keep posting! I’m using a lot of them to decorate in my own home!
    Thank you!

    • Hi Lola,
      What a wonderful comment about my blog. Thank your for reading. There’s nothing better than to be able to share my passions with others.
      All the best,
      Shelly

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