Though colour is often the first thing we turn to when a home is lacking personality or feeling lacklustre, texture is an equally (if not more) effective medium for freshening up a room. Adding textures to a room brings in depth and dimension and even colour-averse decorators can reap the benefits. Here’s how you can decorate your home using texture paint designs:
This timeless and versatile way of creating texture design is a great way to jazz up boring walls and create a focal point in the room. You can explore various shapes and designs that can be created using wood, stone, marble etc. You can also use contrasting colours on the geometric textures and walls or simply opt for the same colours if you want a more muted, understated look!
Best used in: Living room, study room and dining room.
Exposed Stone Wall
Your home is a space you want to be cosy and welcoming. An exposed stone wall will give you that rustic and comfortable vibe you are looking for. Wooden furniture complements an exposed stone wall. When it comes to colours, stick to a neutral scheme that works with this wall texture.
Best used in: Living room, bedroom and balcony.
Brick Wall Texture
This classic design can be seen in homes with various schemes, be it modern, industrial or rustic. This look can be achieved using brick tiles, brick wall mouldings or faux-brick wallpapers. Adding subtle mood lighting and farmhouse-inspired furniture and accents will accentuate the rustic beauty of this wall texture.
Best used in: Living room, kitchen and dining room.