10 Creative Ideas for Decorating Large, Empty Walls at Home

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10 Creative Ideas for Decorating Large, Empty Walls at Home

You have a vast wall that you'd want to adorn, but you're not sure where to start. It's not unusual to come across one or two blank walls in a room, which might leave you feeling a bit bewildered. You may not know what to do with those empty spaces, but you are aware that they drive you insane. It may be difficult to figure out what to do with them. Instead of seeing it to be a large empty space that has to be filled, think of it as a blank canvas that is just waiting to be painted on.

Possibilities exist in this situation. Make sure it coordinates with the rest of the room's decor if you want to cover that blank wall with something that looks great and reflects your own taste. Do not let fear prevent you from putting your creative stamp on your walls. There are great review sites that evaluate a wide variety of items, including fashionable home decor that can be used to spruce up vast, empty walls without breaking the bank. A collection of easy-to-implement but attractive living room design inspirations is shown in this article.

Custom Metal Sign

One way to decorate your empty wall is to make use of a custom metal sign. When it comes to custom metal signs, versatility is often at an all-time high. They provide a diverse selection of various styles, designs, ideas, and colors, from which you may pick the options that are the most appropriate for your needs. Your metal signs may have any number of designs that you want to be added to them, as many as you want. They are adaptable in terms of thickness, length, and use, making them quite flexible.

A Big Piece of Artwork

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Rather than leaving a blank wall, showcase an interesting piece of art or architecture. In most cases, this is the quickest and easiest way to do a big job. Putting up a piece of large-scale art on your walls does not have to break the bank. If you have a tiny room, a huge artwork or image will make a big impact. Both black and white and colorful expressive pieces work well in a minimalist setting.

Unique Sculptural Mirrors

An interesting sculptural mirror may add a striking visual element to a room without breaking the bank or taking up valuable wall space. Light reflected from a mirror not only brightens a dark room but also gives the appearance that the room is much larger than it really is. Exhibit your personality with a mirror that has a unique form and a striking pattern. In addition to looking fantastic, it will give the impression of a sculpture hanging on the wall. Hanging an enlarged mirror on a large, empty wall is a terrific way to add visual depth and dimension to a space, perfect for experimenting with new looks and combinations of accessories.

Art Exhibit Wall

A gallery wall allows you to construct a wall of art that may function as a bigger piece for a fraction of the cost, making it a great option for those looking to save money on wall decor. There are a variety of choices and methods available to customize them to your liking. There are prints and paintings that may be selected that have a common style and frame.

Graffiti Wall

If you want to create a true impression, you should put your creative abilities on display by filling up that empty wall. You may also commission a painter or artist to create a mural for you. A further option is graffiti mural wallpaper, which can be purchased online.

Floating Shelves

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One of our favorite ways to decorate empty walls is by installing floating shelves and making a work of art out of our possessions. Rather than installing art on the walls, purchase a few big art prints and mix in little trinkets and miniature plants on the shelf for visual intrigue and to display your own flair. Don't crowd your shelves with too many items or they'll seem messy.

Display a Fabric

A lovely blanket, quilt, or tapestry hung on the wall is an efficient and quick method to cover a huge area. The addition of tapestries and wall hangings to an otherwise monochromatic room may do wonders for the room's atmosphere. One option for displaying beautiful scarves and other textiles is to have them framed. Unlike framed paintings, you may easily transport them to your new home.

Detachable Wallcoverings

There must be no need to hang anything, right? You can make a whole wall a focal point with some fantastic removable wallpaper. The sheer variety of exquisite designs available now is astounding. Putting up wallpaper is as simple as taking measurements, placing an order, and hanging the rolls.

Make Use of Plants

Plants may be kept everywhere, not only in window boxes. Greenery and nature may be brought in with planters that are hung from the ceiling or installed on the wall. If you're not a fan of keeping real plants alive, a high-quality fake is a good alternative (and no one will know the difference). One of the simplest ways to add visual appeal to a wall is with a large potted plant. Plants are another great option for enhancing the aesthetic value of large-scale wall artwork.

Showcase your Photos

It is absolutely okay to put your favorite pictures in frames and put them on the fridge, but if you want to add just the right touch of personality to your space, try presenting them in a creative manner. The arrangement of these pictures in a dining area might serve as a design idea for a Pinterest-friendly gallery wall. You can easily transform this into your initials or an ampersand with a little bit of effort.

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