Your house, whether a 6-bedroom penthouse or a studio apartment is your haven, a space where you spend most of your time and cherish what is important to you. It is an extension of your personality and it should reflect that the moment someone enters your house.
Here, we have gathered a collection of wall painting ideas to jazz up boring walls with a little panache and pattern play. So, if you are looking for a quick refresh or a complete room overhaul, our guide will provide you with plenty of inspiration for your home paint and improvement project.
If you love bold designs, abstract prints on your home walls will inject colour and create a focal point in your room. The best abstract walls are not limited to one colour. Abstract geometric designs are a great way to tie together several colours in your decorating palette.
Play with pattern in your house by adding classic stripes to your room. A graphic statement that is eye-catching and timeless, this look is chic and playful at the same time. Go for subtle colours for a light effect and bold colours for a more dramatic look.
Ombre might look simple but has the power to make any room look bigger, brighter and trendy. You can use this effect on the ceiling moving towards the floor or focus on the floor and move up from there, any design that you choose will make your room memorable for every guest walking through the doors.
From nature to geometry, fun and creative wallpapers are a great way to jazz up a room without adding any unnecessary clutter, heavy furnishings and décor.
If you are feeling crafty and creative, you can come up with a unique design for your walls. For inspiration, you can browse through Pinterest, Instagram and décor magazines. We recommend trying freehand with a pencil first and see if you are happy with the result. Once you are sure about the design, you can paint over it to define it.
To get your creative juices flowing, paint one of your walls in chalkboard paint. Perfect for grocery lists and a fun canvas for your kids to draw in.
The ceiling of the house is often overlooked. You can create a visually interesting contrast on your walls and make your space dynamic by adding a splash of colour to your ceiling. You can go with muted colours if you want a subtle effect or opt for bright colours if you want something dramatic. If your room is small, choosing ceiling colours in shades of blue will make it look bigger.