1. Walls with Wings
Whether you have a little future ornithologist on your hands (or you are one yourself!), what better way to express a passion for our “feathered friends” than with bird wall decor? From winged wallpaper to bird wall statues, when it comes to wall decorating options, the sky’s the limit!
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but sometimes, even that’s not enough to get your point across. If you’re after a little more expression, consider word art!
If you’re tired of following “Rules of Decor,” stick it to the man with stickers. We’re loving the living room walls above – which make creative use of decals to bring out the whimsical side of a gorgeous gold wall mirror.
4. Road Trip
Give your child’s dreams some fuel – and an open expressway for joyous travels. Whether you choose to paint directly on the walls or opt for removable decals, blank wall space suddenly turns into a canvas bursting with potential.
5. Accent Wall
In a darker mood? Paint a wall in your bedroom a rich tone of blue or purple for bold, soothing ambiance.
6. Wall Clock
We’re loving the gigantic wall clock on the back wall of this farmhouse dining room – if for no other reason than it being the most stylish reminder to always leave on time!
Wallpaper is making a comeback – and we’re fully on board. From pretty florals to bold geometrics, there’s a pattern out there for every taste. Remember, though, that you don’t have to cover every centimeter; in the bedroom above, wallpaper covers only a fraction of an all-white interior!
Framed art is a classic way to decorate your walls. For a cohesive motif, make sure each room’s art contains similar colors and subjects.
9. Hat Rack
Minimalist living has a chic side, as proved by this quaint, neutral bedroom (pictured right), where a basic hat display is as aesthetic as anything.