Decorating your home can be very fun and exciting but it can also be very tiring and challenging at the same time. For most people, it is very important that they like the place in which they live, and that means loving each individual element. If it’s your home, it should represent your tastes, preferences, and ideas, so it becomes more than a house. However, many can relate to the following scenario: While the rest of the house looks great and you love every inch of it, there’s that one wall that somehow ended up being empty, and it’s killing you deep down. Many want to fill that wall with something, but don’t want to ruin the fragile design balance that their homes currently possess.
There are many things that can go on that wall that is compatible with pretty much anything. Let’s take a look at some of the best examples of things you can use to decorate or fill an empty wall that takes away from your home’s appearance. This article sheds some light on the different options homeowners have when it comes to decorating walls left empty.
Paintings or Art
The classic choice, paintings. Painting can be very different from one another, and it really depends on who painted a specific piece. Just because it was the art form of choice when it came to decorating walls hundreds of years ago doesn’t mean that modern homes must use the same old paintings. Modern art can also be framed and hung up on the wall. It all depends on what the owner’s preferences are, but generally, there is an art style for everyone and it’s just a matter of time before anyone looking to fill a wall spot finds the one that appeals to them.
A wall doesn’t have to be a blank wall. It can be a water wall for indoors. Modern solutions allow for people to hang beautiful waterfall-type decorations directly onto their walls. These modern water fountains flow downwards and are encased in glass and a framing material of choice. They create a great aesthetic effect and can even don additional elements such as a custom engraving on the glass. Many enterprises use this type of decorum for their company building lobby, with the company name and logo embedded in the glass of the water fountain on the wall. The same type of piece can go on an empty house wall and really take things up a notch.
Just as water fountains can find a home on the wall, so can plants. There are numerous types of plants that can be hung on the wall and made specifically to grow up the wall thus creating an immersive effect of “nature taking over”. It can be very calming or peaceful to be able to walk past a wall donning a beautiful crown of leaves. It doesn’t even have to be a hanging plant, however, a regular plant in a pot can be put on a small shelf. Multiple plants can be used for the same wall for an even greater effect.