Monday, January 18, 2016

Wall Decoration Tips and Tricks





 















 Guest Post by Ella

A lot of homes tend to have bare and boring walls with the occasional decoration thrown in, which makes them look more like a hospital or a dull government building rather than a living space where people reside. You should work on what your own vision for decorations demands, but it would still be a good idea to work on something unique that could borrow elements from other places. You should ask yourself some simple questions on the practicality of the decorations as well, so check the tips ahead to see how everything works with the coming projects:

You can use fabrics to make your walls look better and equally pleasing aesthetically. You may be surprised to find out that there are many things you can do to make the walls not only look better, but also make them far easier to deal with during home cleaning. Fabric can also be used as wallpaper, window dressing and more such as upholstery for furniture with wall elements. It can also be cleaned fairly easily during upholstery cleaning as well.

You can make use of a specific theme you can go with for the walls of your home or office. This will not only set the mood, but it will make things far easier when you have to setup the decorations on the rest of your walls. It is an important choice so make sure you plan ahead for this and try to combine your efforts with other family members. Making the right choices will make things much easier to handle while at the same time having your walls made for easy cleaning.

The color scheme will also play a very important role in what comes ahead. Your personal vision on how your areas should look will be kept, but do keep in mind that some colors will seriously affect the mood and may be far harder to deal with during house cleaning.

The use of photos and art will be one of your major tools when it comes to wall decorations, which would be an excellent way of handling the situation. If you want a better and more personalized look, then you will need to work harder on making it happen. Do try to use decorations sparingly, as the last thing you want to do is having a wall completely covered with them. This would make things a lot more difficult in terms of cleaning and dusting as well.

There are many ways you can experiment with the walls, but you should still ensure you work on everything around the room as well, allowing you to have a seamless blend of wall decorations and other decorations all around. Look for a suitable mix of elements to have a symmetrical or asymmetrical approach with a more personal touch. If you want to handle walls in different rooms you will need specific themes to go by, not to mention they will depend not only on purpose but on people who live or work there.

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