20 Ways for Blank Walls Solutions
When it comes to a big house, we see quite big walls that have much space to fill in. There is a need to find the solution for the accessories that will benefit when they are on the walls, and that will give a gentle, beautiful, cozy, and warm look as soon as you enter the room. There are several options how you can fill in the blank walls in your house. I would like to share some of my ideas with you that might help to decide how you would like to decorate your room wall and I hope you will find as needed advice as you are looking for.
A Tempting Block
Non-Objective Art on the Walls
It is quite often, when there is a huge like block installations in the apartments, just because of the bathroom area and it gives much space to fill. Then it is a better idea to paint the walls all around this block. You can decide which design you would like to paint, considering a color scheme of your entire space.
Black and White Contrast
Black and white contrasts have been always classical colors. Like in this room, these white ornaments against black play a role of getting edges on the wall, so that the eye does not see just an entire black background, but has something to keep the eye on.
Make an Artsy Calendar
We used to see and use the calendars as a thing that tells us the information about some weekly, monthly, or yearly events, but they can work and function as artworks, too. You can either make your own special and expressive calendar with your own prints, stickers, ornaments, or buy it at the store and change it slightly with some additional décor and put it into the frame with a piece of scrapbook paper. To make it easier to change-out from month to month, look for calendar that has tear-off pages.
A Bit of Nature
It is always fabulous to bring the outdoors inside with artwork. This small hallway blank wall in front of the bathroom is decorated with the prints of the butterflies. The colors of the prints match the background color of the wall which makes it look as whole piece of a bigger art work and at the same time add a needed splash of color to the mostly neutral room.
Family Members Silhouettes
When you were a small kid, did you ever tried to make your head or body silhouettes, standing in front of a window or other light source to create a strong, clearly defined profile, and ask someone to take a picture of you? This might have happened with you in Art classes at school. Anyway, if not, you can do this now and fill up the wall space with the framed silhouettes of your family members. For example, as an alternative to family members, you can put a culinary inspired twist on the classic silhouette, use cut outs of cutlery, cooking utensils as the subject matter. The pieces stand out against the wall with black frames in varying widths and are arranged in a neat, balanced composition.
Your Own Botanical Prints
There is usually much space on the walls in the room and the room looks so blank without any décor. You can update the room with your own botanical prints. The nature is rich with the things that can be printed easily at home. You can do either rubbing the leaves, or using ink to make prints. Your garden and any outdoor living space can be your natural resource. Frame your art work and give a new look to your room. The color of the frames can match the color scheme of the room.
Any accessory does draw attention, but you will be more drawn to unique accessories with an oversize piece of work. This big enough print embraces the contemporary typography and draws the eye toward a shape of the heart, which is filled with the words.
The completely bare space of the wall can be dressed up with various thematic wall murals. This mural id devoted to the woods and the interior accessories, such as curtains and furniture go very well with the mural, indicating the colors of the woods.
Decorate the Top of Your Room
There is so much space above the cabinets or short wardrobes that can be used for an upper gallery, which is the display of paintings, vases, jars, or sculpture. If you have the paintings, then try to use matching frames for your collection with the furniture in the room.
Big Art Works
Abstract Style Design
A single piece of art can be the solution for an entire blank wall, especially, if it is a vast size. Sometimes bigger art works on the wall are the great solution for a big room, like this one on the photo. These modern abstract paintings are an exceptional décor that match the rug with geometric shapes. This room is styled in the spirit of modernism, non-objective art, and reminds the works of a famous American painter Jackson Pollock.
Repurposed Art on the Wall
A Wagon Rim
Some old things can be repurposed and can become very splendid décor for the wall. This is a repurposed wagon rim with added stained glass inlay. Simple things to combine into a marvelous décor.
Red in White
Introduce a new color to a space with brightly painted entire wall. This wall brings so much attention so that it is hard to notice and observe small things. It is a focal point of the room. The furniture serves a vivid contrast to the red wall.
Books as Art
Open Books to Read
There are usually books that are read several times and never read again anymore, or they become too old to stay on the shelves. Round up with a collection of worn or unreadable books with fun covers. You can remove the covers and hang them in frames for a literary-theme wall art installation. Of, if you would like to keep the books intact, scan the covers and print on photo paper. Or, just simply hang them being opened on the wall, like in this picture. It attracts the most attention than other accessories in the room.
You may use letters to create artsy arrangements. Have various sizes, colors, and materials, make words, sentences, or just arrangements of the letters that can be in shadow boxes, and for an extra touch of this amusing style, include one striking large letter to balance several smaller pieces.
What can be better touch to the interior if not children’s art works? Add a touch of childhood to any room in your home by framing your kid’s works. It does make kids feel special, and their artworks will blend easily with its surroundings.
What else can be available and stunning way to fill up a blank wall? Try to oversize mirror. This big sized mirror in a solid frame fills up the space of a living room wall. The mirror adds styleto the room and reflects light around the space, make it feel larger.
Woven Art on the Wall
If you are the ones who like cottage look, you can hang shallow wicker baskets along a wall as artwork. Here, the woven baskets add texture to the wall, and the natural material pops against cool light blue walls.
For the alternative to the series of small baskets, you may want to fill up almost the whole space with a tremendous woven artwork, like here in this picture. On the wall behind the bed and a part of the ceiling is a great woven art. Looks stunning and very appealing.