For whatever reason, this is always an aspect of interior design that homeowners seem to have trouble with. After all, it’s tough to think about what you’re going to put on the walls and how those things are going to interact with the things on the floor. This is why we thought it would be a great idea to take a look at some awesome ideas for filling blank wall space with incredible décor.
So, don’t let your rooms feel barren and Spartan. Take a look at what follows. You’re sure to find plenty of inspiration for filling up that blank wall space with some truly incredible pieces of décor…
1. Animal Art
In love with your cat or dog? Show off your appreciate with wall art that features your cat or dog’s particular breed.
2. Hanging Lights
Hanging lights right next to the wall, particularly if they’re framing a piece of art, can really work wonders.
3. Moon Features
Simple crescent-moon shaped pieces of wall are can really add a sense of calm to your living spaces.
4. Lots of Frames
Framed pictures, particularly if they’re arranged in ordered and geometric patterns, can really do the trick!
Got a favorite photograph? Blow it up and split it into a triptych for something that looks really artistic.
6. Plaster Panels
Something that can really add a sense of texture and dimension to your blank walls are plaster panels.
7. Shadow Boxes
If you don’t want to go the plaster panel route, you can accomplish much the same effect through the use of shadow boxes.
8. Scattered Sculptures
A smattering of 3D sculpture elements added to your walls can really add some much-needed visual spark.
9. Unique Sconces
You can go traditional with your sconces if you wish, but to really make a statement and fill blank wall space, try doing something unique.
10. Bright Paint
Blank wall space can feel much more lively if you choose to go with a really bright and in-your-face paint color.
11. Collector’s Paradise
Have you amassed a collection of antique plates? Then a big wall display might be just the thing you need.
12. Unique Bookshelves
Nothing makes a real statement within a living space quite like a unique bookshelf filled with volumes.
No we’re not talking about outdated wallpaper; we’re talking about something that’s really artistic and that makes as statement.
14. Mirrored Walls
If you want to increase the seeming size of a room and accentuate its interior design, a mirrored wall can work wonders.
15. Oversized Photograph
Rather than doing a triptych, as suggested earlier, you could also blow up a photograph to epic proportions.
16. One Piece of Art
Sometimes, all you need is one solitary piece of truly beautiful artwork to fill up blank wall space.
17. Hanging Fabric
Just a simple piece of hanging fabric, particularly if it features and interesting pattern or a bright color, can be just the thing.
Of course, you can go a little more complex than that, if you wish, by hanging a tapestry.
19. Leaning Ladder
Particularly in homes that are featuring a rustic aesthetic, a simple leaning wooden ladder can really work wonders.
20. Reclaimed Wood Accent Wall
Speaking of featuring a rustic design, if you’re going that route than a reclaimed wood accent wall can really add some spark to your interior design.