To give a room the right character that suits your personality, a smooth, fast and efficient solution is to hang things on the walls. This can be photos, art or posters. Variation can spice up your everyday and when it comes to dressing your walls, there are lots of unexpected alternatives. We have found a number of everyday objects that you probably already have in your home, and which work surprisingly well as wall decor. Below we list options that give your home a whole new look!
A picture wall can really put your personal touch on your home, for no two picture walls are alike. Though it can be a little tricky to know at which end to start and how to be able to make up one's mind! Calm down! We will guide you.
Right now, we all live in a world marked by uncertainty for the future. What will happen to the pandemic and what will happen to climate change? What will our everyday life look like in the future and how much do we need to change?
From using an excessively mall mat to placing all furniture along the wall; There are many interior flaws that take away from the overall impression of your home. Below we list ten of the most common interior fails and tips on how to avoid them!
After a far too long and dark winter, we are all probably more than ready for spring to begin. Here below, we list a few simple tricks on how to decorate your winter cozy home into one that is ready to welcome the sun and heat!
Deciding what to hang on the walls can be pretty tricky. Do you want your wall covered floor-to-ceiling with pictures? A cluster in the middle? A few prints that may be a little larger – or something completely different? The possibilities are endless, and starting this year you can order fully-assembled and framed prints from Photowall. You can choose between finished designs, or your own pictures. Let's take a closer look at the range (it's big!) and consider how your own picture wall can be created.
A new decade and new trends! What do the interior design trends for 2020 actually look like? What stands out at the big interior design trade fairs? Anna María Larsson helps you find your way through the maze of trends.
What happens if I spill or splash food on the wallpaper? Can a child who uses the wall as a car track scratch the wallpaper? Can the wallpaper get scratched by other means? Can leftover wallpaper be used as a crafting material? What is the difference between standard and premium in terms of quality? I was asking myself this and other questions before I put Photowall's wallpapers to the ultimate wallpaper test. Both wallpapers are durable, washable and environmentally friendly. But what happens if I put them to my tough tests? Join the test lab and get answers to all questions as well as some tips and tricks that you may find useful before choosing wallpaper.
The rustic aesthetic is defined by bold, natural features combined with homely comforts and a nod to countryside living. As we move further into 2017, this trend is becoming more popular – and it’s not hard to see why. In this post, we’ll be exploring rustic living in the 21st century, looking at what makes this trend so appealing and providing you with our insightful guidance to bring countrified living into your own home this year.
The fabulously retro Swiss cheese plant paired with gorgeous green wallpaper – what could be more perfect for spring? Bring in the fresh green feeling of spring with large-leaved potted plants, pretty spring bouquets and flowing ferns.
Forget sleek lines and subtle prints – maximalism is the new minimalism. This modern style encourages you to unleash your creativity onto your home’s interiors with colour and texture. The trend’s linchpin? Patterns – big, small, geometric, soft…anything goes in this bold and bright outlandish world. But using a myriad of prints in a singular space isn’t as easy as nailing a neutral palette in minimalist style. To help you get to grips with the art of pattern play, we’ve compiled a number of top tips to follow.
The annual hunt for Britain’s best amateur designer returned this year with The Great Interior Design Challenge. Nine contestants battled it out, transforming rooms in a plethora of properties up and down the country – including art deco flats, thatched cottages and modern town houses.
Planning to refresh your home with new colours and a whole host of accessories is always an inspiring time – from enthusiastically perusing Pinterest for ideas to planning your new space to the utmost detail. But put the excitement of home décor aside and the realisation of the price tag it comes with may set in as, quite often, it can be a hefty one.
If you aren’t snuggling up in front of a roaring fire in a pair of oversized socks with a steaming mug of cocoa during the depths of winter, something’s gone wrong. Add in a sprinkle of festive magic and you’ve got the perfect formula for a cosy Christmas, but how to create that enchantment though? Besides heaps of seasonal décor, the right colours and textures can add just that. The living space is the epicentre of Christmas and transforming it can help create that cosy ambience that makes this time of year so special. Here’s how: