How To Decorate Your Walls

Having trouble bringing a sense of ‘personal space’ into your home? The answer might lie in either not enough furniture, or empty walls. Take a good look around your house – what do you feel is missing? If the walls tend to look dreary and lonely to you, then look no further. Below suggested are several unconventional ways to bring a personal flavour into your home and rooms:
• Locations and maps – photos of various locations are one of the most common ways to adorn rooms. New York City skyline prints, Niagara Falls prints, etc. – these locations can either be cities or natural landscapes. But you can add a twist on the word location by hanging a geographical map instead! Take an old map, maybe of a place you wish to visit, or of your own hometown, and cut it up into varying sizes. Frame each and hang them in a disorderly fashion for an individualistic look! • Neon and monochrome – monochrome by itself is a great addition to a colourful place as it can bring a sort of ‘gap’ amidst all the colours, but what about the less colourful homes? Fear not, you can still use monochrome even if your home colour theme is a bit on the dull side! Take the many different black and white landscape prints for sale that you can find anywhere, and give them a sense of colour by taping them up with neon coloured tapes. This will also help to enhance the feeling monochrome prints tend to give.
• Your accessories – have you ever thought that the accessories you wear could make for great wall decorations? Well, indeed they can. Hats, bangles and necklaces – you name them – they can all take part in adding a personal touch to your home. Hang them on frames, or have random patterns of nails nailed into your wall to make space for them. This will also save you the trouble from needing extra storage space in your closet and wardrobes.
• Your photos – last but not least, the usual you would see in any family home: your own photos. Instead of leaving your photos in albums, frame them up and hang them around the house! Make sure to pick out photos of happy memories – you will be bound to feel cheered up on your blue days just by seeing them. And you can go for a more modern vibe by making collages – either handmade or digitally made. And if having photos of you all over the house bothers you, you can of course opt for having photos limited to your room!