Stone-lined walls are not necessarily intended for a country house. The brushed concrete walls mimic the polished concrete floor of this contemporary dining room by Catherine Kwong Design. The tones of the wood establish a timeless warmth that complements and contrasts beautifully with bold concrete surfaces. Using chalk paint or a superflat finish can also help you achieve this look, even if you don't have concrete walls.
The color variations of Zellige tiles make them a sure way to create a lively, unique and earthy atmosphere. They are especially suitable for bathrooms, such as this one from Romanek Design Studio, as they are water resistant and also create an illusion of spaciousness when extended from floor to ceiling. The modern approach to wall decoration is to use the wall itself as a focal point. Instead of hanging pictures or works of art, decorate the real wall.
This means using bold patterns and colors to create an eye-catching piece that covers the entire length and height of the wall. Clay plasters are a fantastic wall covering for anyone looking for a way to add texture and a truly unique depth of color and tone to their walls. The trick to making this style of wall covering work is to measure the wall and buy a design that fits the available space. Wood panel wall treatment, a tasteful improvement that also adds warmth to a room, can easily go from contemporary to traditional.
Here, we've rounded up ten inspirational treatments to help you think beyond the simple white box and reinvent the walls that surround you. Originally designed to protect walls from dirt and damage, this classic wall covering now serves as a timeless design element. A modern approach to wood cladding is to have decorative wall panels extend to the ceiling to cover the entire wall. These graphic designs include several wall panels that you'll need to apply to the wall in a certain order.
Well, an additional advantage of this wall treatment is that, when combined with padding, it reduces noise between rooms. You'll cover all interior walls to create a cohesive look as you move through the house from the main entrance to the hallway and dining room. In fact, there are a lot of wall coverings that transform your walls without even having to set foot in the paint aisle.