Sick of staring at a cold, stark, empty wall? Infuse it with warmth and style by adding creative artwork. Here are some cheap, simple ideas to decorate an otherwise boring wall.
Use a simple wallpaper to brighten up the wall. Wallpaper has had resurgence of late and now we’re sublimely spoilt for choice. Try a floral feature wall in the bedroom, statement geometrics in the living room or a folksy design for a kid’s room; there really are so many unique ways to hang wallpaper in your home. So, from pretty florals to trompe-l’oeil to bold (and slightly wacky).
Put up frames to decorate the wall. To put a culinary-inspired twist on the classic silhouette, use cutouts of cooking utensils and appliances as the subject matter for kitchen wall decor. These cutouts are backed with photocopied pages from an old cookbook, allowing them to blend easily with the kitchen’s country style. The pieces stand out against the wall with crisp black frames in varying widths and are arranged in a neat, balanced composition.
Framing your artworks can become quite costly when you add it all up, but take a peek at these inexpensive options that won’t break the bank AND provide attractive ways of displaying your prized piece.