wall decor. Wednesday , July 25th , 2018 - 11:32:02 AM
These days, you don't have to go to salvage yards or dumps to find this type of wall decor. In fact you can buy new items that are made to look like old architectural pieces. My personal favorite are wrought iron pieces that look like old gates or fences. These go with a wide range of decorating themes and look great on your walls.
A couple of surefire interior design tricks is going big and using luxe finishes creating high style without overwhelming the room. Wall Mirrors are the arch-typical accessory to add light, creating an illusion of vastness and a bright luxe feeling. Hanging a large jharokha mirror above a sofa, credenza or a fireplace gives the room a nice pizzazz. Old Indian terrace window frames are used to create arched mirrors and exclusive wall decor. The rustic worn patinas of Indian Doors or dark wood latticed mirror frames in a neutral living room creates an elegant backdrop to the white sofas.
Wall hangings or wall sculptures are great ideas to beautify a simple home instantly. What's great about them is that they can be placed in any part of the house, it may be on the porch, kitchen, living room, dining room, bedroom, or even at the backyard or garden. Wall hangings or wall sculptures also don't have to be too expensive. There are lots of wall decors that are just okay with the budget but are worth more than the price.
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