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Have you ever seen those beautiful furniture pieces with swirls of colorful paint and wished you could create something similar? Well, good news! With a little bit of prep work, the right supplies, my insider tips and perfect pour tricks, anyone can achieve the perfect paint pour on furniture. After watching acrylic paint pours on canvas and completing a few…
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As the seasons change, it’s nice to adapt your home decor to match the new surroundings outside. But sometimes it’s hard to know where to start or how to make the changes. Here are a few simple ways to easily transition seasonal home decor items into the next season without buying extra amounts of store-bought decor or placing your everyday…
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There are many different furniture paint types available on the market. How do you choose the best type of furniture paint for furniture? Have you ever wondered do I have to use furniture paint? Can’t I just use latex paint that I already have? What is the best paint for furniture without sanding? With all of these choices choosing furniture…
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When it comes to decorating a house, a lot of people struggle with how to choose interior paint colors for their walls. With so much variety of different paint colors, and wanting to choose the perfect one, we get overwhelmed. Some people like more bright and lively colors while others prefer something more muted and subtle. It all depends on…
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Discover how easy it is to blend paint on furniture with my #1 trick in creating a beautifully blended paint technique. No taping off your ombre finishes, no harsh paintbrush marks, and no more frustration when it comes to blending paint on furniture. In this online furniture painting workshop, I will take away the fear of messing up by giving…
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Using gray paint on furniture is a favorite color choice of mine. It comes in second next to painting furniture black. The different shades of gray can take the look of your furniture from dark moody to a light and airy farmhouse. Gray is one of the best colors to paint furniture since it can be so versatile. Best gray…
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You do not have to spend a small fortune to decorate your home with artwork. Learn how to make budget-friendly artwork and you don’ even need to be an artist. You only need to be determined to do it yourself and find creative ways to decorate on a thrift budget. Finding Inspirational Artwork The first step is finding inspiration and…
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Do you have a plant-loving family member or friend on your gift list? Maybe that plant lover is you? Whether you are gifting for yourself or a friend here is some must-have gift ideas for plant lovers. Plants are the perfect item to have in all homes and in every room of your home. They have health benefits along with…
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Do you have an old headboard and are wanting to repurpose it? Maybe you found one in the trash and thought “I can turn that headboard into a bench. Stick with me as I am going to share with you these 9 different headboards repurposed into a bench. DIY Headboard Bench Styles Each headboard and footboard will create different styles…
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Even as we draw close to the end of the first two decades of the 21st century, mid-century modern style continues to be one of the most popular ways to decorate a room. Developed, as the name implies, toward the middle decades of the 1900s, the style was a minimalist turn away from the ostentation that characterized the Art Deco period that preceded it. Pioneered by such luminaries as Ray and Charles Eames, mid-century modern is more than a design style as it also encompasses a number of unique furniture styles that are associated with the style, including the iconic Eames Lounge.

In this lovely dining room the table and chairs, and even the console in the far corner all belong to the mid-century period. Streamlined pieces in warm wood tones and an understated aesthetic characterize this style, which shows no signs of slowing down any time soon.


If there's one trend that can completely transform a space, it's none other than one of the decade's most iconic and recognizable interior design styles. Having reached the height of its popularity in the 1920s, '30s, and '40s, Art Deco boasts an inherent glamour and traditional luxury. Short for the French term, Arts Décoratifs, the style is characterized by geometric patterns, bold color, symmetrical designs, metallic finishes, decadent detailing, and tons of visual drama. If it looks like a scene out of The Great Gatsby, chances are it's traditional Art Deco style.

Art Deco, also known as style moderne, was the major design style of the 1920s and 1930s. It's characterized by simple shapes, plenty of glamour and geometric decorations, and the use of metallics and jewel tones like jade, silver, and chrome.

While it's not a look for the most modest dweller, the eclectic glamour is sure to elevate even the simplest of spaces. Ahead, the inspiration you need to bring the interior exuberance of the Roaring '20s to your 21st-century space. Shop the Art Deco fixtures, wall coverings, and furniture that work wonderfully in both light and heavy doses—all of which exude levels of luxury even F. Scott Fitzgerald would envy.

Here's everything you need to know to get Art Deco design at home.

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Design: Katie Hodges, Photo: Amy Bartlam 

If you're lucky enough to live in a home with original tiling in pristine condition, do yourself a favor and keep it. Instead of renovating for something a bit more modern, play up its uniqueness by incorporating even more patterns. We also love how this predominantly pink bathroom strikes a balance via black additions on the gallery frame and curtains.

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Design: Brady Tolbert, Photo: Tessa Neustadt

Nothing screams opulence more than brass elements. We're obsessed with the metallic additions on the chairs, light fixtures, and cabinet hardware in this kitchen and breakfast nook. The brass looks even more expensive with the black and white color palette throughout.

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Design: Dorothee Meilichzon, Photo: Romain Ricard 

There's one item that transcends time, adds a bit of sparkle, and is just as beautiful as it is functional. We're of course talking about the mirror. Strategically placing a geometric mirror, like this one positioned in a corner creating the illusion of a full chandelier, is all you need to make a simple space shine.

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Design: Dorothee Meilichzon, Photo: Romain Ricard​ 

Art Deco decor is all about strong lines and bold shapes. The headboard in this bedroom is the epitome of 1920s interior design and is only rivaled by this incredible pendant light hanging overhead.

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Design: Dorothee Meilichzon, Photo:Karel Balas & Paul Bowyer 

The rounded-top shape is a major element in Art Deco, so be sure to play up those arches. This bathroom incorporated the arch design in multiple places from the mirror to the window above the door and the marble backsplash. Even the sink boasts rounded edges to give this powder room a cohesive feel.

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Design: Dorothee Meilichzon, Photo:Karel Balas & Paul Bowyer​ 

Art Deco isn't just about arches, it's about all geometric shapes. This headboard is straight out of The Great Gatsby with bold cutouts in various shapes.

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Design: Dorothee Meilichzon, Photo:Karel Balas & Paul Bowyer​ 

By now, you know shapes play a major role in Art Deco decor. However, it's just as important to consider composition when decorating rooms. From the headboard shape to the nightstand decor, this bedroom screams Art Deco with perfect symmetry, which is a major element in Art Deco design.

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Design: Dorothee Meilichzon, Photo: Paul Bowyer

When decorating a room, don't forget to look down. We love this marble runner in this hallway—the pattern feels right out of the '20s, while the stone feels downright luxurious. Admittedly, this is an expensive renovation, but the look can easily be recreated on the cheap with a runner rug.

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Design: Dorothee Meilichzon, Photo: Paul Bowyer 

Original 1920s stained glass is hard to come by—but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the look in even the most modern of spaces. This mural can be made possible with some artful taping and quite a bit of patience, but in the end, you'll feel like you stepped out of the roaring '20s.

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You'd be surprised what the addition of artful molding around plain door frames could do for the final look of your space. Paint them in a contrasting color and you have yourself an Art Deco palace.

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One brass pendant light is stunning, but six is so much better, especially when complemented by granite floors and concrete walls. When it comes to recreating Art Deco decor, more is always more.

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Design: Dorothee Meilichzon, Photo: Karel Balas

When it comes to the bathroom (or a kitchen), choosing a tile will make all the difference between a timeless result and something on the trendier side. While a subway tile might feel modern, an octagon or diamond-shaped tile will feel more classic and Art Deco inspired.

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Design: Dorothee Meilichzon, Photo: Karel Balas 

Consider yourself lucky if your home or apartment comes with vaulted ceilings and arched doorways. But for the rest of us that are tasked with the challenge to make a modern layout feel charming, a DIY paint job like this scalloped color blocking just might be the update your space needs.

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If you're open to renovating your space, there's no limit to where a few 20s-inspired built-ins can take your redesign. Dramatic crown molding and built-in shelving will transport your home to any era.

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From the gilded mirror above the fireplace to the crystal chandelier hanging overhead, this living room screams glamour. For special pieces like these, don't be afraid to shop at local antique shops and flea markets.

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It's no secret that common spaces like the living room and kitchen take priority in your home decor journey, but don't overlook more functional spaces, no matter how little foot traffic they receive. Designing a home that feels like yours through and through includes walk-in closets.

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Design elements like molding and scalloped patterns feel unapologetically Art Deco, but that doesn't mean you can't incorporate more contemporary pieces. Doing so will create a contrast that feels complementary and totally cohesive.

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Design: Brady Tolbert, Photo: Tessa Neustadt

If you prefer to keep things modern, you can still work in some '20s-inspired pieces for a final look that pops. This horizontally tufted headboard in a moss green feels modern with a hint of Art-Deco flair.

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Design: Emily Henderson, Photo: Zeke Ruelas

Although this kitchen incorporates elements from traditional farmhouse decor to Art Deco designs, all the different styles work perfectly in this single space. To create a cohesive space, stick to a clear color palette and streamlined metallic finishes.

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Nothing looks more luxurious than sticking to a single color and running with it. This navy wallpaper, paired with the navy chair and lamp, feels so expensive. The addition of an opulence sconce and herringbone floors helps too.

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Traditional interior design is an amazing way to get help navigating the design process. But due to cost or location, it’s simply not an option for everyone. Enter Modsy (hi, that’s us)! We’re an online interior design service that’s reimagining the way we design and shop for our homes!

Our one-of-a-kind interior design process is fully online! You’ll get to work with an expert interior designer to see your room redesigned in stunningly realistic 3D images, all from your computer or phone. To top it off, we offer a satisfaction guarantee to make sure you find a design you love, or your money back.

So, is online interior design right for you? It is if…

  • You want a more affordable alternative to traditional interior design
  • You want a design service that lets you collaborate online rather than in-person
  • You want to see your room come to life in stunningly realistic 3D

Online interior design versus working with a traditional interior designer—what’s really the difference? While there’s definitely some overlap with the two experiences, there are also a few key differences—one of the main ones being collaborating online versus. meeting in-person. 

Our fully online platform makes working with your personal designer more convenient and accessible. No more comparing schedules and coordinating in-person consultations. You get design ideas sent straight to your inbox and collaborate with your designer over video call or instant messaging—all on your schedule. 

But the differences don’t stop there. Our transparent pricing structure is set up so you know exactly what you’ll pay up-front—and there are never any surprise fees. We can guarantee this because we charge a flat rate per room, not an hourly fee like most traditional interior designers. (Bonus: this also makes online interior design much more affordable.)

Of course, there are some similarities between online and traditional interior design! With Modsy, you’ll still work with an expert designer who will guide you through the whole process. Plus, you’ll get access to shop brands that only sell directly to interior designers (we’re kind of like your backstage pass to the interior design world’s best kept secrets).

Learn more about the difference between online vs. traditional interior design!


Getting started with Modsy interior design is easy! You’ll kick things off by sending us a few photos and measurements of your room. (Or you can simply scan your room with your phone using our iOS app!) We’ll turn your images into a 3D model of your exact room. It’s practically magic.

Meanwhile, you give us the scoop on your project, AKA take our Design Style Quiz, dish the details on your budget and project needs, and tell us about any furniture you want to keep in your design.

From there, one of our expert interior designers will create initial designs for your room. But these aren’t just regular designs. You’ll get stunningly realistic 3D designs of your exact room, filled with real furniture and decor that you can shop on the spot.

From there, you can work with your designer to make tweaks or revisions until your designs are 100% right. (There’s no limit to the number of revisions you can request!) Then,From there you can shop your favorite pieces directly from your designs with exclusive savings.

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You’ll work one-on-one with a dedicated designer throughout your design journey. Sure, the whole process is online—but your designer is always just a message or video call away, so you can stay connected throughout your whole project.

You’ll start with a kick-off call to align on your vision for your design project. Together, you and your designer will review your style, budget, and any specific needs for your space. With Modsy, you have unlimited access to our design messaging feature—so you can message your designer at any time, right from your designs. This is a great way to share design inspiration, ask questions, or request revisions to your design.

No matter what the design process looks like for you or how long it takes to land on the perfect design, your designer is always there to support you through your design journey and help you bring the room of your dreams to life.


We believe that better-designed homes lead to happier lives, and our goal at Modsy has always been to make this a reality for more people. Through our one-of-a-kind service, we’re on a mission to make interior design easier and more accessible than ever before.

But what makes Modsy different from other online interior design services out there? It’s all in the unique combination of working one-on-one with an expert designer and the magic of 3D visualization. Unlike some companies that only offer 3D designs of your final room concept, all of your designs, from the very start, are delivered in life-like 3D. That means you can actually see what your room will look like every step of the way. We also offer unlimited revisions, so you’ll be sure to walk away with a design you love. And if you’re still on the fence, we offer a money-back guarantee so you can have confidence in the process from the very start.


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Use Your Wall Space

A suzani hangs high above an Indonesian rattan sofa bed in this Cartagena home. The gorgeous textile adds interest to the white walls and mixes well with other prints.

, Vicky Brago-Mitchell for Deny Kermina Suzani Tapestry, Urban Outfitters

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Drape a Bright Rug

ELLE Decor A-List designer Sheila Bridges added texture and color to her home in New York’s Hudson Valley with an emerald green sheepskin throw rug.

, Green Sheepskin Rug, Etsy

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Create a Bold Gallery

A gallery wall of eye-catching artworks in minimalist frames makes a bright statement in this Montreal home.

, Wood Gallery Custom Mat Frames, Pottery Barn

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Deploy Color on the Floor

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Go Bold in Small Spaces

Graphic prints can have major impact in a small space such as a powder room. Here, an Ellie Cashman floral wallpaper is the star in a New Orleans manse designed by Sara Ruffin Costello.

0, Birmingham Modern & Contemporary Accent Mirror, Wayfair
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Experiment with Patterns

Layering patterns in a range of styles and scales is an easy way to add visual interest to a room. Here, former Refinery29 global editor-in-chief Christene Barberich pairs black-and-white pillows with green chevron bedding in her Brooklyn Heights bedroom.

8, Tufted Mila Pillow, Anthropologie
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Use Color in a Hallway

If your color choices are usually more reserved, step outside of your comfort zone by choosing a bold hue like purple for a hallway. It is unexpected and can be a chic backdrop for showcasing an art collection, as in this design by David Hicks.

, Vigorous Violet, Sherwin-Williams
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Display Collectibles on a Table

Every room can benefit from accessories with a history. Rather than showcasing your collectibles on a shelf, set them out on a table, as seen in this Italian apartment. Just be sure your collection is highly curated to maintain a sense of balance in your display.

,695, Brooke Club Chair, One Kings Lane
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Group Antiques by Color

There’s a fine line between kitschy and curated. Rebecca Robertson unifies vintage and new pieces by grouping them by color.

, Joveco Tufted Storage Ottoman, Walmart

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Mix Your Time Periods

“You mix things up with old and new,” suggests textiles and interior designer Kathryn M. Ireland, as she did in the living room of her Santa Monica home—a room where the furnishings include 17th-century French chairs, an 18th-century Mexican console, and a cocktail table from her furniture line.

0, Kraus Coffee Table, Wayfair

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Try Floor-to-Ceiling Shelving

Floor-to-ceiling shelving never fails to add character to a room. In his Los Angeles home, acclaimed chef Ludovic “Ludo” Lefebvre opted for this shelving style for his collection of more than 1,000 cookbooks.

0, Soleil Armchair, Perigold
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Look at the Bigger Picture

Looking at your home from a holistic perspective—seeing how each room works in balance against the others—can help craft a welcome variety in your spaces, like this emerald-and-charcoal dining room that adds a touch of formality to an otherwise contemporary Los Angeles home.

,462, Saiba Dining Chair, Design Within Reach

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Embrace the Fear of Commitment

To avoid being locked into a single style, lighting designer Lindsey Adelman switches up the fixtures in her Park Slope home on a regular basis. “It’s part of my creative process,” she explains. “I love to see things in context, in real life—to live with them.”

0, Sphere Stem Chandelier, West Elm

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Use Your Walls as a Canvas

Rather than art, a high-impact wallpaper can give a subdued room some wow factor. The 19th-century wallcovering from this luxe Milan apartment was purchased at auction in France and adapted to the room. “We created the missing parts—the plinth and the ceiling frame—to depict an Italian capriccio, a fantastical and bucolic landscape with architectural features,” says Laura Sartori Rimini of Studio Peregalli.

2, Amazonia Wall Mural, Perigold

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Anchor Your Room With a Classic

“Bringing a touch of the old world into the mix creates a home that will never feel dated,” designer Alex Papachristidis explains of the art-studded Manhattan apartment he designed for a family friend. For example, note the silver leaf–and–rock crystal chandelier from Liz O’Brien that he hung in the otherwise modern dining room.

,660, Rococo Iron & Crystal Chandelier, Restoration Hardware

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Create Moody Contrast with Color

Instead of meshing a color scheme with a sense of place, designer Irakli Zaria used rich gold and turquoise as an antidote to gloomy London days in this chic pied-à-terre. “In a place where there are such cloudy skies, it makes no sense to have a gray interior,” he says.

,400, Reflections Abstract Handmade Flatweave Teal Area Rug, Perigold

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Add Playfulness with Repurposed Items

Art director Vivia Horn’s Zen upstate New York home makes use of an unexpected gift to give her traditional kitchen a dose of fun. This breakfast table is made of a refurbished hibachi, a present from the late wrestler and Benihana restaurateur Rocky Aoki.

,178, Bertoia Counter Stool, Design Within Reach

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Use Fabrics Beyond Soft Furnishings

Looking beyond the traditional with wallcoverings can create a truly standout design presence. “I do think I might have scared [architect Ken Linsteadt] a little bit when I announced I was planning to install two levels of green floral fabric on the walls of the grand salon,” says Ken Fulk of his Sonoma Valley lakeside retreat, yet the fabric gives the high walls a richness that wallpaper alone might not have achieved.

9, Hayden Orb Chandelier, Pottery Barn

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Balance New and Old

When renovating a building that already has plenty of character, like this 1920s Spanish Colonial home in Los Angeles, it’s all about striking the balance between what you add and what you leave. “We wanted to make it feel more holistic while still honoring its heritage,” designer Steven Johanknecht says of the decision to keep the original hand-carved ceiling beams and wrought-iron chandeliers while removing mismatched materials from previous renovations.

,995, Ebonwood Chair, One Kings Lane

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Mix Metals for Added Warmth

To soften the modern edge of stainless steel, decorator Alisa Bloom put a traditional spin on the kitchen cabinetry of her 1920s Chicago penthouse with brass inlays. With the help of a local hardware maker, she even designed her own hinges and drawer pulls. “I would never go into a store and just buy something,” she says. “It’s all about the process and the hunt.”

3, Cate 26.5" Counter Stool (Set of 2), AllModern

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Don’t Underestimate the Power of High-Low Design

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Layer Decor over the Years

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Combine Your Favorite Design Styles

“A lot of people love the idea of really simple, modern living—it’s appealing, it’s nice, and it seems serene,” says Erika Yeaman, a Homepolish designer and owner of YES Associates. “But the reality of maintaining that is a little trickier. Mixing Scandinavian design with bohemian style warms it up and makes it feel more homey and attainable.”

0, Arturo 8-Light Rectangular Chandelier, Ballard Designs

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Play with Texture

It’s easy to gravitate toward the usual suspects like wood and leather when trying to craft a textured living space, but branch outside of your comfort zone. Emilie Munroe of Studio Munroe recommends drawing from your own personal style, especially the articles of clothing and patterns you’re attracted to.

,109, Matégot Bar Cart, TRNK

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Create a Bouquet of Colors

Want to make a variety of bright colors cohesive? Think about how you would arrange a flower bouquet, as Sasha Bikoff did in this SoHo apartment. “The same can apply to a space, but you need to find a connection,” she says. “Here, that connection is the fabric on the dining room chairs, which showcases colors also found throughout the room.”

5, Mid Century Dining Chair, Mod Shop

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Installing Shiplap? Go Horizontal (Usually)

If Chip and Joanna Gaines have convinced you that your abode needs shiplap, you’re usually best off installing the boards horizontally rather than vertically. “It can really expand a space, making it feel larger than vertical boards can,” says Jason Arnold. “Horizontal boards also feel more contemporary.” Vertical boards, however, can be ideal for rooms with high ceilings.

, Shiplap Interior Siding, Home Depot

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Don’t Sacrifice Comfort

Sure, your eyes may want the most modern, chic couch in the showroom. But your back may not. “In my experience, it’s really better to test out seating and take the time to look at the dimensions,” says Sharon Blaustein. If you’re tall, for instance, you might want to opt for a depth of between 40 to 42 inches for a sofa (rather than the standard depth of 36 inches).

,599, Aidan 2-Piece Sectional Sofa, Crate & Barrel

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Always Shop for a Rug in Person

This is not the time for e-shopping, people. “It’s just so hard to tell on a computer screen what the color really looks like,” Arnold says. “You might think it looks red, but in reality, it’s watermelon pink.” Not to mention the texture of the rug may be totally different than what you were expecting.

5, Safavieh Adirondack Round Area Rug, Bed, Bath & Beyond

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Let a Locale Inspire Your Space

It’s exactly what Jenny Cipoletti, founder of fashion, beauty, and travel blog Margo & Me, did in her decidedly Parisian office (which is actually in West Hollywood). “Just like when you walk into a café in Paris, and you see all the details and the golds, silvers, and light blush tones, all of these elements in this space really sing to me,” says Cipoletti. This lets you travel to your favorite destination without stepping outside.

9, Round Tufted Linen Ottoman, Wayfair

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Home » Design Ideas & Inspirations » 20 Best Wall Decor Ideas To Decorate Your Blank Wall

You have finally put together your beloved home, complete with all precious pieces that brighten your day! All that’s left is a large wall staring blankly at you. A real Catch-22 for the homeowner. But we’ve got you covered! An empty wall can be the start of something new.

A new leaf to turn over. Designing an art wall is much more than turning it into a photo gallery. There are tons of tactics and wall decor ideas to make the wall totally you. We list below 20 foolproof ways to turn that vacuum into the X-factor of your home!

Read also – 11 Best Home Decor Ideas

Any room can benefit from the gravitational pull of large artwork. It gives a crisp, balanced focal point to the room without detracting from the rest of the room.

The larger your piece, the more graphic aplomb and conversation it will incorporate into the room.

Anything from an oversized photograph or painting hung at eye level will give maximum impact.

Maybe you can even try minimal, DIY abstract artwork by yourself. Abstract minimalism is reasonably easy to master with simple shapes and color palettes.

Read also – 30 Best Living Room Decor Ideas

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Can’t make up your mind about a single piece of art; maybe you prefer a curated gallery mix? Make your wall look like an art gallery display.

Asymmetrical display design is enriched if the frames are equal in size, same color, and have the same backing, placed along an equidistant grid.

However, go rogue, and blend in a motley crew of framed photographs, paintings, and illustrations in contrasting scales for an eclectic fusion.

Dabble in print media, and take calligraphy home! The arty calligraphy ranges from Islamic metal inlays on marble and Chinese font inspired by nature to Japanese brush fonts, all exemplar wall décor options.

Read also – 35 Spring Decor Ideas for Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom

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A large piece of artwork alone can sometimes look flat.

Starting with something tall like a large painting leaned on the wall to amplify the room’s height, introduce a chair off the side.

Add pendant light over a stack of books or a vase next to it to give the scene some depth. If you lack space, flip the chair for a stool or ottoman for a similar effect.

Read also  – 21 Best Kitchen Counter Decor Ideas

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The versatile console table is always welcome in the entryway, living rooms, bedrooms, or in front of an empty wall.

Rather than leaving it bare, stack together art frames for your guests to go through or nail them right above the console. You can even pepper the table with an ornate lantern or a handsome planter, but not all together.

Consoles are thus capable of creating a “moment” where you are forced to stop and watch!

Read also – 14 Wonderful Fireplace Decor Ideas

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From a neutral, minimalist look to bold, graphic statement pieces, wallpapers elevate blank spaces.

Bold graphics, contemporary geometric, understated chintz, biophilic landscape, jungle motifs, calming prints, and delicately floral wallpapers are an ode to escapism in this pandemic era. There is something for everyone.

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Made from natural reed, Grasscloth readily adds generous amounts of textures and dimension to the wall while being kinder to the planet. Available in prints, too, there are subtle variations in every sheet of Grasscloth that we love.

Now more than ever, we seek things that have significance. This season, wall murals are seeing a revival from archival and intricate frescos and abstract art to plaster sculptures, thanks to the allure of craftsmanship and heritage.

Let your next zoom meeting be in style!

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Moldings and trimmings can add layers of character and fine details to empty walls.

From baseboard flat profiles to picture-frame wall molding, moldings imbibe a streamlined-traditional styling, needing no extra frills.

Fluted walls are the element of the season and create dreamy, rippling silhouettes that catchlights in the most fascinating ways.

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They are ultra-glossy. They are vivacious. They are Hollywood glamor rolled right into your home. They are lacquered walls!

Oozing with opulence, they will stop your guests in their tracks!

However, surprisingly easy and inexpensive to attain, lacquered paint colors are great for dark walls to reflect light off chandeliers, pendants, and candles!

While reds are loud and traditional, intense blues and greens lacquered wall space will carry a magical, wistful air.

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Placed on a white wall, distinguished architectural elements can instantly steal attention.

Delicate details of flora, fauna, motifs, and folklore extracts are painstakingly etched onto doors, windows, and wooden panels in Burma, India, Indonesia, Morocco, and Turkey, to name a few.

A single piece of this traditional, big personality art can extend an antique grandeur to your blank wall.

They work exceptionally well as backdrops to dining rooms, living room walls, and headboards above beds.

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Found a rug that’s too gorgeous to be stepped on? Hand ’em up!

Woven, knotted, and knotted rugs have glorious textures, intricate patterns, and peppy colors that make them ideal wall art material.

Plus, a floor ornament on a wall is sure to get guests intrigued and impressed.

Similarly, indigenous or antique tapestries that tell a story are superb conversation starters. Exquisite silk-rugs also enjoy enduring popularity as drapery.

Got a bohemian tingle? A patchwork quilt or a quirky tasseled blanket will qualify as a standout wall hanging! Etsy houses some delightful decorating ideas.

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Clever pockets of greenery are not just attractive but add fresh scents too!

With the world welcoming nature home, a green wall is definitely a “blooming” choice for a blank wall.

The easiest way is to plant few climbers in a trough at the base of the wall and let it “creep up” to cover your wall in a luscious green jacket.

You can even supplement these creepers with some grass or flowering plants for depth and colors. These can be fitted in using simple wall-mounted planters or more complex hydroponic systems. However, according to House Beautiful, it’s best to consider all aspects of a living wall before committing to it.

If you lack green fingers, fake options today are leafy and plump; no one would be the wiser!

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We gushed over plant walls, but what if you don’t want something so gregarious?

Make a sizeable tropical stunner stand firm before your wall!

Pot a Magnolia or Bird of Paradise and breathtaking beauty will make your home feel brand-new! The heavenly scent of blooming magnolias will make sure you keep drifting to their corner for a whiff.

Rubber trees with plump, deluxe-looking leaves also make for dapper wall decoration.

Prop a chair next to them, for we are confident you will be lazing around.

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From the plethora of titles available, inject a little color and pattern into your wall.

The humble terrazzo is back and revitalized, with design enthusiasts labeling it the sustainable trendsetter in interior design.

Handmade cement tiles are a charming choice to lend a soft, heirloom charisma to your home decor.

To customize your walls further, you can play around with the layout. While brick lay is an orderly and dependable pattern, give oddballs like herringbone, crosshatch, and mosaic a go for unexpected fashions.

Don’t forget to experiment with grouts as you give your wall a tiled makeover.

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Though clubbing is a chimera during COVID-19, bar hopping is just a wall away. Tuck a tiny scullery bar onto your bare wall to jazz things up.

New York Magazine’s list of best wine coolers to our rescue set the mood for some wine tasting.

Using lux extras like Bengal marble or quartz countertop, wall sconces, and vibrant cabinets, you can instantly upgrade to a glitzy bistro! Small scale but swanky!

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Aesthetically striking, with natural textures and multidimensional weaves, baskets are having a moment in the pandemic.

Made of reed, jute, cane, palm leaves, and grass, this design idea is the perfect blend of minimal and exotic. Sun swirl, for instance, are baskets made out of banana stalk and raffia. Additionally, at Ten Thousand Villages, Uganda Baskets has a heartwarming practice of letting know who exactly wove your baskets for you!

The winning display of floor-to-ceiling Binga baskets by interior designer Stephen Halke unveils this budget-friendly, bohemian trend.

Colorful and sustainable, these pleasingly rugged rounds placed organically on the wall offset the flawless symphony of the interiors.

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Folding screens can act as stand-alone wall sculptures. From portable, oriental screens to the sturdy metal dividers fixed on studs, the choices in partitions are boundless.

Room London has a delectable assortment of divider screens by various esteemed artists, which by themselves are pieces of exclusive art.

But give heed to this bespoke material. Not for the faint-hearted, Corton steel has a brutish industrial edge that will put your wall on charm offense! So nail it as a solid block of a sheet, or get in some designer cuts.

You can also trade corten steel for copper if you wish for a genteel burnish.

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We love bookshelves chock-full of books with extraordinary stories that take us to distant lands.

What better way to design a large blank wall than furnish it with an elegant bookcase?

Traditional old-fashioned bookcases with their ornate frames and open shelves are ageless classics. What’s more, attach a sliding ladder against a floor-to-ceiling library for a bookshelf right out of a Thomas Hardy novel.

Put your bookcase on a diet, and opt for stacked shelves but no backs, only a frame for an airy- contemporary feature wall. Bare in the best way.

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If your blank wall is not large enough to accommodate a cupboard, but you like the idea of a showcase, floating shelves are for you.

These are casual shelving, excellent for huddling together anything from books to sentimental trinkets.

You can even experiment with the length, layout, removable racks, and larger-than-life shelf brackets that become garnish themselves for some variable visual interest.

If scattered shelves are not your thing, we suggest you take up this DIY project to get yourself a stylish pegboard.

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Are you a keen cook who owns gleaming copper pots and pans currently hidden away in a dark cabinet?

If the empty space is in or next to your kitchen, now is the time to whip them out and let them star in their own show as pieces of art!

Outfit the walls with sturdy, strategic hanging racks and rails or shelves to parade the cookware.

A way to ensure the display looks mouth-watering is to provide the composition is well lit!

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While we love free-standing large mirrors that enlarge small spaces, we are talking about upping the game here.

Venetian to bronze marbled, Azzurro, and mottled- antique mirrors are back in action and here to stay! Their fragile, romantic patina fascinates the viewer through hazy, mystic reflections.

Opt for a minimal fringe or an intricate frame; either way, we recommend propping them up against the wall for the right amount of flair.

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Vintage clocks were such utilitarian pieces that we often forget to watch out for their timeless grace.

No design enthusiast can deny the lure of a gallery wall of vintage clocks arranged thoughtfully.

You can even grow your gallery wall steadily. Keep a lookout for the prized grandfather clock at flea markets or garage sales for some old-school charm!

Be sure to get your hands on as many antique clocks styles as possible, minimalist analog and Roman numbers, maritime, cuckoo, pendulum, etc. You never have to run out of time again!

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In conclusion, don’t be afraid to go big and bold with different decorating styles. Whether your wall sees a fearless large-scale art or stays naked, make sure it reflects your personal style and brings you joy!

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