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A Guide to Creating a Cool Feature Wall!

“Creating a Cool Feature Wall guide

Having a cool feature wall or two in the home can really change the way your home feels when you’re inside. Rather than having a boring, uninteresting room, you can add personality and character. Feature walls can also give rooms more depth, which they need sometimes if they haven’t got a lot going on. This guide will help you to create your very own feature wall:

Choose a Simple Pot of Paint

If you don’t want to spend too much time creating your feature wall, you can choose a simple pot of paint to paint the wall a different colour to the rest of the room. It’s cheap, quick, and effective. Your feature wall could start taking shape within the hour if you choose this method!

Add a Graphic Pattern

If you want something a little more out there for your feature wall, you can always add a graphic pattern. Something that really stands out and draws the eye. Just make sure you take your time when selecting your pattern, as you’ll need to live with it and be happy with it for a while!

Try Out a Custom Wallpaper

Try out a custom wallpaper if nothing in the shop is taking your fancy. Now that you can get removable wallpaper, you can change this up as many times as you wish! You will be able to design your own wallpaper with colours that fit the room perfectly, so you won’t have to hunt high and low for the perfect wallpaper!

Creating a Cool Feature Wall
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Use Pictures of Different Sizes

If you’d rather keep the wall the same colour, there are other ways you can make it a feature wall too. Why not use pictures of different shapes and sizes to create your feature wall? The pictures can be themed the same, or completely different. Play with combinations on your floor before putting them on the wall. It’s up to you how many you use. You can create a ton of looks this way!

Use Tiles

If you’re planning on creating your feature wall in the kitchen or bathroom, you can use tiles to make your feature wall. This will ensure you have a practical feature wall that’s good looking too. You can find all the tiles you need with places like TileMarkets. You could have a really funky wall behind your bathroom sink, or even a fun splashback in the kitchen.

Mix Patterns

Mixing patterns can be done too, and is great for those who like a look full of colour and character. You don’t need to have the different patterns on the wall, you can simply use accessories against the wall to do it. For instance, you can add pattern with your duvet set if you’ve chosen the wall behind your bed as the feature wall. You can also use cushions and any other accessories you can get your hands on.

Make Sure You Choose the Right Wall

Make sure that when you’re looking to create a feature wall, you pick the right wall. This wall should not be a wall that has windows or doors on it. It could be the same wall as your fireplace, the wall behind your bed, or the wall leading up the stairs. It’s usually a wall that is large and blank, or draws the eye to it naturally when you enter a room.

Use a Colour Wheel

Use a colour wheel if you’re unsure of different patterns that go well together. You can find the perfect colour combinations this way before you’ve even decided to make a commitment. You can find colours that go well together, and even colours that clash well.

Know the Effects That Different Colours Can Have

Bear in mind that different colours can not only have an effect on the room you’re using them in, but your mood too. For instance, red can make a room too stimulating and keep you up at night. Blues and greens can be nice as they help to have a relaxing effect on the brain. Dark colours will make a room look smaller, and lighter will have the opposite effect. Be smart when choosing your colours!

Bear in mind that you should never have more than a few feature walls in your home. If you have more than 2, you’re probably overdoing it. They can be really fun to create, so make sure you incorporate your personality with your favourite patterns and colours. If you still feel a little clueless after reading this post, you could always hire a painter decorator to do it for you. It won’t be as fun that way, but you won’t need to do any work!

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  1. Joy Thanks for the insight, we purchased bathroom tiles at tilemarkets and are very satisfied, we also looked at homedepot and lowes but we got really good prices.

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