Large wall decor living room – Artful Impact is a perfect way to decorate your living space with large wall art ideas. A large piece of wall art can add depth, dimension, and texture to your room while creating a focal point that draws the eye. The options for large wall art are endless, ranging from abstract paintings to photography, tapestries, or even sculptures.
Choosing a piece that complements your existing decor will elevate your space and showcase your unique style. Don’t be afraid to mix and match different styles, sizes, and colors to create a cohesive look. With large wall art, you can turn a plain wall into a work of art that reflects your personality and taste.
1. Paint A Mural
Sounds pretty intimidating, right? I know! But it’s not!
In order to get this done easily (like, pretty much without needing any artistic skillZ whatsoever) all you really need is a projector. Then it’s just like painting by numbers… only that it’s huge, and there are no actual numbers. You just project your image onto the wall and “trace” on where the paint goes. I’ve painted large pieces with this method and it’s pretty difficult to mess it up since it’s just tracing. It just takes a LONG TIME due to the size.
If you don’t believe me, then you should go check out the mural that Ashley from the Gold Hive did for her One Room Challenge. She will walk you through all the steps she took to create her mural, and then you can decide if you want to give it a shot too! Here’s what her final mural looked like (amazing – also took her like 100 hours, just so you know what’s involved … ):
2. DIY Some Faux Wallpaper
Alright, I admit I may have oversimplified the whole mural thing. i’M SORRY! If the idea of hand painting a mural makes you want to run away and hide, it’s ok, there are other options! Step it down a notch in intensity and create some faux hand painted wallpaper instead! This is SO easy and SO effective! Here are a few examples of painted wallpaper that look amazing. And … NO FUSSY STENCILS ARE INVOLVED!
They are totally inspiring me to go for it as well! A project such as handpainted faux wallpaper should only take you a few hours (depending on how big your wall is!) and will have a massive impact on your space. Loose, handpainted themes in simple lines, dots, dashes, herringbone, and chevron patterns lend themselves particularly well to this technique.
3. Hang Baskets
Hanging baskets is a great way to add a touch of natural beauty to your living space. With a variety of styles and materials, you can find baskets that fit your decor and storage needs. Hang them in a cluster for a unique and eye-catching display, or use them to organize small items like keys or mail. When hanging baskets, make sure to choose a secure location and use appropriate hardware to prevent them from falling. You can also mix and match baskets with other decorative items to create a personalized look.
Hanging baskets on the wall has definitely become a thing as of late. Usually, this look works best if the baskets are round and fairly shallow (otherwise they would stick out from the wall too much). You can create some really interesting installations using this method, and it works wonders to quickly fill up wall space. *And* it adds texture to your room at the same time. Look for baskets at your local thrift store to keep the budget ultra-low.
4. Use Mirrors
If you’ve got an empty wall and it’s in a dark corner, using a mirror to brighten things up is the perfect solution. It will not only fill up that empty space, but it will also reflect more light into your room, making it appear brighter. Win/win.
Hanging up your mirrors is not the only way to go – you can also lean a large mirror directly against the wall and it will look ultra mega chic. Leaning a large mirror is also a good solution when your mirror is very heavy.
5. Create A Wall Collage
I used to do this ALL the time in my bedroom as a kid. I thought it looked awesome, and I always had a blast doing it. And it was so fun and easy to switch up when I got tired of it (which was pretty often). I would pick out all my favorite images from a stack of magazines and simply tape them to my wall, to create a huge collage of inspiring imagery. It’s easy to pick themes, if you want, as well! One time I did all black and white photos. Another time I did all female faces.
In addition to using magazine photos, you can also use old postcards and calendars, posters, tickets, photos and pretty patterned wrapping paper. Attach everything with double-sided tape, or a loop or regular tape attached to the back of each corner. Don’t feel like finding all the images yourself?
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