Turn Your Blank Wall into a Beautiful Canvas of Ideas

Turn Your Blank Wall into a Beautiful Canvas of Ideas

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Have you ever stared at the blank walls of your home and thought that there had to be a better way? This Sykes Cottage infographic has some great ideas for how you can spice up that room and make the plain white walls even more interesting than ever before.

1. Blackboard.

With a special acrylic paint mixture, you can make your very own home blackboard. It’s a great way to organize chore lists for the kids, and keep track of your day. With a variety of acrylic paints you can make the blackboard any color you choose within about three hours.

2. Gallery Wall

Do you have lots of clutter lining your extra rooms and attic? Have you ever found yourself despairing of what to do with that funny bird painting your aunt gave you years ago? A Gallery Wall is a fun collage of pictures, artwork, maps, and heirlooms that can be framed and hung on any blank wall space.

3. Washi Tape Art

Washi tape is colorful, fun, and easy to make designs with even if your art skills are not museum potential. You begin by sketching out the basic pattern or drawing that you want to follow, then mark out key angles on the wall with a pencil. Then it’s a simple matter of connecting the dots with the Washi tape.

4. Unique Shelving

Maybe there’s an open space in the kitchen just itching to be filled in. What better than a wine rack? You can cut wine-neck sized holes into a board, hang it on the kitchen wall, and have your favorite wine flavors on hand while cooking and dining, and never have to worry about the clutter of a floor wine rack. Shelving galleries like that can go into almost room, for nearly anything.

Get More Bright Ideas

For a full list of fun ways to transform your dull, plain walls into social media-worthy art, you can check out the complete infographic here.

Infographic Source: Sykes Cottages, http://www.sykescottages.co.uk/blog/8-ways-to-make-a-blank-wall-more-interesting/