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40 DIY Home Decor- Designer-approved ideas for evaluating an empty wall

 40 DIY Home Decor- Designer-approved ideas for evaluating an empty wall 

The best way to increase the style score of a house is through a pleasant wall art. We’ve compiled designer-approved style tips that you can inspire to give your wall art collection the attention it deserves.

If you want to increase the style score of your home; you can think of a wall art as the easiest and most elegant way to do this. Every detail you add to your wall for a visual feast will add a different atmosphere to your home.

Are you ready to be inspired to turn your blank wall into a great style?

Target three

Grouping a picture is a sure way to make a big impact in a room. Here, three Andy Warhol paintings add personality to the Hamptons dining room designed by Brigette Romanek.

 

Black and white photo

Sometimes less can tell more. Malick Sidibé’s black and white photograph fully captures visual attention as a focal point in Patricia Greene’s living room design.

Create an expression corridor

Event planner Bronson Van Wyck’s Manhattan corridor includes a series of black and white photographs that enliven the space, in addition to the pattern of the flooring.

Catch the symmetry

Are you looking for a way to try the symmetry principle? Hang a large-scale artwork directly on your console, then place a pair of table lamps on top of it. A safe approach to inject symmetry into your room.

Combine ceramics with prints

Architect Peter Marino makes a great choice by displaying his impressive French porcelain collection in full screen. Floral prints add a wonderful atmosphere to the room in harmony with the harmony of the wall.

Decorate with greenery

As seen in this living room design by interior designer Wendy Haworth, a long potted plant is one of the easiest ways to add interest to a wall. Place your favorite type of foliage directly next to a large-scale mural for more effect.

Use framework

A picture frame is a simple and inexpensive way to display your art collection. Whether you prefer a single frame type or decide to group it, it’s the perfect solution to fill an empty space.

Dangling frames

This design by Steven Gambrel creates an art within art. The suspended artifacts add a wonderful atmosphere to the wall with different indentations and cavities.

Use a mirror to catch the light

The antique mirror in this airy living room shines on the fireplace to expand the room, illuminate the comfortable and modern decor. In your mirror selections, choose an artistic piece that is large and suitable for your decoration.

Add style with simple antiques

For a rustic feel, grab a hint from this historic Long Island farmhouse and create a great style using a few antique pieces.