Green coloured textured wall in the living room

Read this blog for wall texture designs and ideas to add character, class and contrast to your home.

If plain walls are too dull for your liking, there are several ways you can add an element of interest and intrigue. Using texture paint is one way to add flair to your home, be it the interior or exterior walls.

Wall texture designer paint can be everything from subtle to bold, intricate to striking, offering results that look like a work of art.

Here are some of the most stunning interior wall textured paint we love from our Silk Illusions Non-Metallica range. Every wall texture is unique, thanks to the special care and attention to detail of our expert craftsmen.

Without further ado, get ready to explore a few of our favourite wall textures.

Moon Rock
Red coloured Moon Rock textured wall in the living room

You can create an aesthetic backdrop with Moon Rock wall texture. It can add depth and character to even the dullest of spaces. Inspired by the rocks on the moon, this design is perfect for those who wish to add a celestial touch to their walls, especially selenophiles!

Suggested Rooms: Living Room and Prayer Room

Purple coloured Nova textured wall in the living room

You can add a stylish touch and bring an inimitable vibrancy to the walls of your favourite room with Nova wall texture. Inspired by bee-hives, this design is an ode to the architectural wonder created by honeybees, ideal for nature-lovers or for those who love intricate designs. This wall texture is sure to garner attention from guests and serve as a wonderful conversation-starter.

Suggested Rooms: Bedroom, Dining Room and Home Entrance

Green coloured Flora textured wall in the living room

For a wall texture design that has an earthy vibe and a touch of nature, Flora wall texture does great justice.

Flaunting a pretty floral design, it is equally at home in both traditional and modern home settings.

Suggested Rooms: Home Office, Living Room and Entertainment Room

Green coloured Autumn textured wall in the living room

If you are looking for a wall texture that feels like a masterpiece, Autumn is a wall texture you can take inspiration from. It can infuse a sense of serenity to the entire living space, ideal for someone who wishes to create a soothing ambiance.

Suggested Rooms: Living Room and Guest Room

Moving on, let us go through some of the most aesthetic exterior wall texture designs we love from our range.

Beige coloured Florentina Sandstone textured wall on the outside


Florentina Sandstone imparts a multi-coloured wall texture and as the name suggests, flaunts a sand-like effect. It is available in many artistic designs – French Roast, Network Grey, Peach Stone, Spicy Hue, Rustic, Town House, Virtual Taupe, Black Magic, Briar, Crystal White, Resilient Grey.

For unparalleled finish, Florentina Vintage exterior wall texture is a great choice. It is available in many artistic designs, namely Retro Finish, Sand Wave Finish, Coral Finish, Deco Earth Finish, Honey Comb Finish, Marque Finish, Mosaic Finish.

Florentina Glitteratti is a multi-coloured luxury texture, lending a wonderful single or multi-coloured glitter-like effect. This wall texture is ideal for a glam look and to create a great first impression. It is available in many artistic designs, few of which are Old Beauty, Woods End, White Duck and Electric Wine.

All the three textures in the range can impart a timeless look and are weatherproof. They exhibit high resistance to algal and fungal development.


This wall texture is available in two ranges – Solitaire Granite and Solitaire Stone. It has a synthetic natural stone-like spray applied finish. This wall texture can lend a bubble and splattered finish on the walls, creating a wonderful visual statement.

Final Thoughts

Beige coloured bungalow

If you fancy any of the above mentioned wall textures and wish to bring your walls to life, connect with our home painting experts on our toll-free number – 1800 103 6030 or SMS ‘XP‘ to 56767.

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