Here is a great idea to add depth and visual interest in a room, mirrors! Large sheets of mirror adhered to wall is an easy and effective wall covering. Be sure to get your installer or manufacturer to polish the edges of any outside corners, and use a special mirror adhesive. If you have a notch-out in your wall, don’t see it as a reason not to use this style application, but embrace the rooms’ architecture and mirror them as a feature as well. Try not to go too overboard and mirror too much, it might end up looking like the Mirrored Room by Lucas Samaras.
I love damask, and black and white, so this wallpaper has got my attention. The wallpaper graphic is a large pattern and has a pattern repeat of 27”, which means it would make a big statement on your wall. What statement you ask, well, something on the line of “Yes, thank you, I do have GREAT taste”. Outspoken? –No, just bold and fabulous. Style: BC1581410 by Design by Color.
Would you love a punch of color, but have a hard time committing to a new hue to cover your vanilla walls? I will meet you half way with the Floral Flock Wall Stickers by StickyUps. Each pack contains 3 giant wall stickers to position any where you need a bit of kick. Another great site for wall graphics is Wall Slicks by Modern Wall Graphics; check out Paisley and Goth (which is actually more frilly and fun than the name suggests). There really isn’t a better way to get wall graphics with such clean lines and consistency- much better than hand-painting.