One aspect that commonly used in decorating and interior design is the Accent wall. Therefore, you can make a signature style. Hence, It is like fashion terms on how to match your top with your pants. Thus, you add accessories and jewelry to create the “accents” to the ensemble.
If you are looking to add an accent in your bedroom. Hence, it usually consists of window treatments, pillows, linens, and artwork that add color, texture, and pattern. Also, you can add an accent to your bedroom with wallpaper, paint, lighting. But, don’t forget about plants too, it can add personality and color contrast to your bedroom
Did you know that one of the easiest and simplest ways to give an accent to your bedroom. Hence, is using an accent wall. The commonplace to add an accent wall is behind your bed headboard. Hence, it is because the rest of the room should bow down to the place where we lay our heads. Thus, rather than compete with it, right?
For a serene San Francisco home, Jennifer Tulley Architects used a marble accent wall to craft a calm, luxurious environment. The interiors are by Niche Interiors, and the millwork is by Cugini Cabinets.
Mismatched patterns create an eclectic vibe in this bright living space by KMID | Kate Maloney Interior Design.
An unconventional fireplace wall contributes to a chic family room from CK Interior Design.
A leafy wallpaper brings bohemian elegance to an urban loft from Jessica Lagrange Interiors.
For this family room, Fanny Haim & Associates. Hence, it included a green wall that complements the contemporary furnishings.
Wallpapered Accent Wall
An awkward wall covered in a bold wallpaper makes for a very interesting room. Hence, now wallpapers come in many removable forms. Thus, for folks scared of commitment.
A Connecticut farmhouse from Douglas C. Wright Architects. Hence, it includes a vivid orange accent wall.
An eclectic assortment of materials stands out in a chic space from Mark P. Finlay Architects.