A few weeks ago, I shared some of my favorite rooms with white walls. Many of them didn’t contain any molding or wallpaper, which, IMO, is usually the best way to add visual interest to plain walls. But there are plenty of creative and visually interesting ways to dress up your walls in non-permanent ways (i.e. that don’t involve molding or wallpaper).
After removing the accent wall molding in our living room, I found myself really digging deep creatively to figure out how to make the most of our long, empty, boring walls.
.01 // SHELVES + BRACKETS
.02 // PLATES AND SMALL TRINKET DISHES
.03 // LARGE SCALE ART/GALLERY WALL
.04 // WALLPAPER BORDER
Hear me out – while this is (or could be) permanent, it isn’t a fully wallpapered room type of commitment. I only have one example of this but I adore it:
.05 // CONTRAST DOORS + MOLDING
White trim and doors are classic, but a monochromatic/contrast wall and trim color scheme always make a statement in a subtle way
.06 // FRAMED WALLPAPER PANELS
Have a great weekend!