Wallpapers are cool interior design tools that make significant visual appeals. They come in an endless choice of textures, colors, patterns, and sizes. The most interesting thing about wallpapers is that they can be used in a variety of ways to create the most gorgeous living spaces. To those thinking of adding designer wallpaper to their living rooms, these great ideas will help solve your dilemma.
Make A Feature Wall
Using wallpapers to create a feature wall is an advanced way to highlight your living room’s design. It creates a startling design that appeals the eye. You can make your wallpapered wall subtle or bold based on the design in the other parts of the room. Make sure you install the wallpaper at the focal point where the eyes are drawn to like the fireplace or behind the TV.
Hang It Like Art Pieces
For those on a low-budget, hanging your designer wallpaper as a piece of art will do the magic. Frame your wallpaper in the most gorgeous frame ever and hang it on the wall where the eyes are implicated. You can still hang it and install dowels at any of the ends and create a scroll-like look.
Cover All The Walls
The most amazing way to install wallpapers in the living room is to cover all the walls. It creates a classic look that can go long way in making your rooms a center of attraction. It works by erasing all the memories of the geometric styles and bright colors that were used in the 1970s. Ensure that you create contemporary styles, colors, and patterns to create the most eye-catching wallpapered walls. You may have to hang bold graphic paper on the walls to create a fabulous look or hang simple texture and pattern wallpapers to create a subtle center of attraction.
Installing Two Papers
Another classic and interesting way to create an outstanding look in your living room is to cover one of the walls with a paper and the lower end with another paper. You can toughen and bold the look by separating the two papers with a chair trail. If you want to make the look stronger and more gorgeous, you may have to use conflicting patterns like toile and stripes or even damask and chevron in very strong colors. To create a more subtle look, consider using simple and themed tone-on-tone patterns. You must be very specific when deciding which colors to use while creating a subtle look since it is often strong and some colors may make it look awkward. Make sure all the patterns you draw while creating such looks do not conflict with each other but instead compliment with each other. For best results, you must also ensure you choose the right designer wallpaper for your project.