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It's the finishing touches that make a house a home and bring your interior spaces to life.
Looking for unique ideas for your walls can be an overwhelming experience with so many options and possibilities available. But don't worry, if you are looking at adding the final touches to your contemporary or coastal space, we have you covered.
Whether you are an art collector, a surfing enthusiast or even a book lover, your walls can be customised to ensure you are surrounded by things that you love, making your home a sanctuary, a place you want to be and enjoy being in.
We would be crazy not to recommend them and not because it's what we do, but because they look incredible as statement pieces in your home. With unique shapes and artwork, they are sure to draw attention and become a talking point amongst guests. The only draw back? Having to stop the surfer in your family waxing them up and hitting the waves!
Depending on the size and placement of your wall, surfboards can be displayed in a variety of ways, from hanging vertical or horizontally and even just casually leaning against the wall for the ultimate relaxed coastal interior vibe.
Be bold, think big. A large scaled painting or photograph will demand attention and set the tone for a space. When selecting large scaled pieces, they become an investment, something that you shouldn’t tire of quickly. So choose pieces that you are drawn to and that you can’t live with out. Art should stop you in your tracks and keep you there.
They are striking and bold in colour and are full of tone and texture.
A gallery wall is curated display of art, prints and / or photographs that have been creatively arranged on your wall. They are a great element to help inject personality and colour into a space. By hanging pieces in a cluster or geometric display, creates an eye-catching way to decorate a blank space. Used a feature, they work well anywhere in your home, from a staircase, to a living room or in a bedroom. When creating a gallery wall, proportions, colour and frames styles all need to be taken into consideration to ensure an overall balance to the wall.
Gallery wall designed by Donna Guyler
Gallery wall above a study desk by LD Art House
Gone are the days of a feature paint colour on a single wall, today it is all about wallpaper and decorating the wall itself. With a wide variety of patterns and available, from eye catching florals, to basketweave textures and standard stripes, it is the ultimate element to completely transform your space.
The Mokum La Palma Wallpaper has been used in this space for a bold and striking, tropical touch. Available via The Fabric Editors.
Who knew that hats can look just as good on your walls as they do on your head? Creating a hat wall not only opens up valuable space on your wardrobe, they can create a unique decorating feature by adding texture and depth to your walls.
Although we have named a few, decorating your walls is endless is possibilities.
Using hats and combining different textures and elements, Kara Rosenlund has created a beautiful and unique entry space full of style and personality.
We could continue the list all day with endless possibilities of unique ways to decorate your walls. Don't hold back and start decorating!
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Beach houses are styled differently to other interiors, as they are designed with one thing in mind. Relaxation. Whether they embrace a more traditional eclectic coastal style, or use contemporary minimalist elements, beach houses are synonymous with laid back simplicity.
Coastal homes embrace light and airy spaces and natural colours and textures. Neutral coloured interior’s flooded with natural light are calming and create a relaxed ambience. They help turn your home into a sanctuary, one that feels in harmony with its beautiful surrounds.
Whether you own a property by the beach or are looking to transform your space into a coastal styled relaxation zone, use these key elements to add that beach house style and sophisticated coastal chic to any abode.