Using neutral paint colours in your home is a modern trend which will last timelessly. With the opportunity to add a feature wall it can give dimension to the room. You could use a bright paint colour or wallpaper, but often on a large wall this is overpowering.
I have worked with wall graphics in the past, but it seems to be “too much bang for too much buck” and makes it difficult to place furniture, without deducting from the impact of your design. This option may also require a professional installer.
Photo frames or canvas art have the same impact but are contained, allowing space for furniture to be placed below them and are easy to install. This gives a focus to an otherwise blank wall and matching the images to the decor can really “make it pop”. Choosing a tranquil image such as forest or beach scene opens a window to the natural world. Another common choice is a city scene for a modern and industrial look.
I have been in print design for over ten years and my line of work has also extended into photography. I now supply customers with these interior design options with many expressed satisfactions. Recent expeditions have helped develop a variety of landscape photography including Sydney Harbour, Sydney Northern Beaches, Ku-ring-gai Chase and the Berowra Catchment.
Visit nativelandscapedisplays.com.au to enhance that once blank wall. Free delivery on orders over $100 and package deals saving you up to 20% on photo frames and canvas prints are available. Also like Native Landscape Displays on Facebook to follow future expeditions.