3 Ways to Decorate your Walls

Is congestion of space becoming a hurdle for you? With the real estate market booming right now in India, this is one of the most conducive times to look for a new place. In big cities like Mumbai, the problem of congestion is common. For this reason, many people often look to move to further districts. Many, look for flats in New Cuffe Parade as an option. The area is very well-connected and beautifully developed. One of the most sought-after project in New Cuffe Parade is Lodha Codename Smartmove.

When you make your move, you will be looking to design your space. Most people focus on the furniture and the on ground décor. People often neglect the walls. Apart from adding a nice colour, the walls usually do not get too much attention.

Those empty walls are filled with possibilities and décor tricks to bring out some personality in those walls. If you are ready to amp up your space, here are 3 ways to decorate your walls:

1. Go Big

The most minimalistic way to add some spice to your walls is by adding a large painting or picture. If you get a giant frame that is a little off the ceiling and a little off the floor. This does not have to be a cluttered image. If you are going for minimalism, then opt for a simplistic image. Keep the frame neutral as well.

by Rahul Sinha
by Rahul Sinha

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2. Clusters

A gallery wall is the most exciting addition to any wall. You can have frames of various sizes, different frames and multiple images as well. This can be scenic photographs, artwork, family pictures, the images can be on fabric, it can include maps and anything else under the sun.

by Rahul Sinha
by Rahul Sinha

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3. Play with fabrics

Hanging up a tapestry or a large colourful rug is another fun way to add some fun to your space. This will dress up the walls. It will soften your space and take the edge off any harsh lines of the furniture. It adds patterns, and a beautiful vintage appeal to your space.

by Rahul Sinha
by Rahul Sinha

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