5 Top Wall Decorating Ideas

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One of the easiest ways to decorate your home is using wall arts. Wall arts are perfect for any room, such as bedroom, living room, dining room, and kitchen. There are many kinds of wall arts available to choose from for your home, just make sure that you have chosen a perfect spot to put them. Need more ideas? Here are top wall decorating ideas to inspire you.


1. Apartamento Salvador Cardoso by Tria Arquitetura

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It is a minimalist apartment that designed with an upcycling concept. The wall decorating idea in Apartamento Salvador Cardoso can be found in its living room where a big aesthetic wall art can create a decorative within the neutral accents of the room.

Photographer: Fran Parente


2. Palo Alto Lantern House by Feldman Architecture

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Designed as modern living to eclectic styles, Palo Alto Lantern House offers a comfortable house with sky and green views. The wall decorating idea in this house can be seen in the main interior area of the house. Beautiful wall art is hung on the wall in the middle of the area where people in the kitchen and living room can see it clearly.

Photographer: Paul Dyer


3. Caterpillar House by Feldman Architecture

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It is the first LEED platinum custom home located on a beautiful site with an environmentally-conscious. The wall decorating idea in Caterpillar House is about putting one aesthetic wall art on the wooden rack. This wall art looks perfect with other decoration elements on the rack.

Photographer: Joe Fletcher


4. Sullivan’s Island by Basic Projects

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The coastal interior design in Sullivan’s Island looks simple and beautiful. In its pretty kitchen that dominated in a white interior, there is only a small wall art hung on the wall. Sometimes, one wall art is enough to create an interesting appearance for your home interior.

Photographer: Olivia Rae James


5. Spring Street by Basic Projects

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This small duplex uses an eclectic interior design to beautify its room, including the kitchen. In order to create a more interesting appearance in Spring Street, there are two wall arts used in the kitchen, one is hung on the wall and one is put above the small storage on the wall.

Photography: Basic Projects

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