Ideas on How to Decorate Large Living Room Wall
Published at Monday, May 15th 2017, 10:00:16 AM by Mintul. Living
Plain large walls in a living room can really make space feel and appear boring or sterile- more like the medical office than a house which reflects your style. There are many ways by which you can jazz up those drab walls by simply decorating them using paint, your own artwork, and homemade decals. If you are at all interested, read on and find out which of the following ideas work for your living room large walls.
Stripes, Tape-Based, Chevrons Treatments
You can turn up the visual volume on two or on a wall by giving the wall one treatment of chevrons or stripes. You need to keep the project walls with the same base tone just as the other walls, or simply opt for another base hue which pairs well with the walls. When you find the base color dry, apply strips of tape so as to plot out the pattern for diagonal stripes, vertical stripes, geometric shapes or chevrons. Be sure to paint on the newly designed color, and then carefully peel away the paint tape before the paint entirely dries.
The other idea you can try to decorate the large living room is to create silhouettes of the birch tree, tree branches, or a city skyline by simply sketching the basic notion using chalk right away on your walls, which traces the outline in the expected paint colors, then fills in the design completely with paint. Warm or white gray silhouettes, instead of black or dark tones, add ambient nuance to the living space, which enhances the overall decoration in your living room. If you cannot paint on the walls, you can create the silhouettes using light-colored contact paper which can be peeled away when you like it. You can add few smaller stick-on silhouettes, such as some birds in flight to create more colors.
Have got some personal memorabilia? Well, you can display and group them in different picture frames on the certain wall for creating eclectic enhancement to your living room. you can paint all of the frames the same tone before you hang them, or just half of them in one shade, and half another. Arrange the grouping on your living room floor first so as to make sure that you are satisfied with the result before you attach them. Some other items such as vintage wood trees containers and lightweight wooden crates can be used as both makeshift shelving and décor. You can use the wall anchors when you repurpose items as living room shelves to help them handle the weight of the books or the other pieces of decoration.
You can create your own triptych-style living room wall art by painting large image such as city skyline, over 3 separate canvas panels, and then hang them so as to create a focal wall. For more result, you can enlarge photocopied images of a favorite holiday destination and then give them similar triptych treatment, by using art canvas as the backing material, which will glue the images to the backing materials.