Whether renovating an old house or adding a contemporary twist to a living room, accent walls are a great way to add some unique style to your space. Mirror panels are reminiscent of vintage windows, and you can easily personalize them to make them your own. Unlike wallpaper, wood panels are large enough to attract attention without covering an entire wall. While a wooden wall might not look as good as drywall, it can still add an interesting architectural element to the room.
A well-crafted wood wall can resemble intricate millwork found in a historic mansion. Dark wood tones create a warm, cozy feel that is more appealing than light-colored treatments.
Accent walls can be a great way to add color, texture, and depth to a room. If you are working with a small space, vertical or horizontal stripes are a great accent wall design. Moreover, you won’t have to worry about damaging the walls or drywall, as most peel-and-stick wallpaper is made from high-quality vinyl, PVC, or plastic. It’s easy to install and remove, making it an ideal option for renters or those constantly changing their interior designs. The dark color of the shiplap can give off a moody feel, but if you’re not into that look, you can also go for a lighter shade. A chalkboard accent wall is a unique way to give your living room a fun and whimsical look.
Cut pieces of fabric about an inch wide and adhere them to the wall using Mod Podge or spray adhesive.