If you have some leftover wallpapers of your home décor, you can use them to decorate the look of your pale wall. The décor of the image above uses three different wallpapers with attractive patterns and colors. Two of the wallpapers have geometric patterns; one has the subtle color mix of white and green, while the other one has monochromatic colors of white, gray and black. The last wallpaper showcases illustration with a basic backdrop of white. Each of the wallpaper is cut in a square with the same sides. Then, the homeowner or the interior designer arrange them three by three both for the vertical and horizontal array to create a huge square with the same width. This wall art design has ultimately utilized the unused materials, in this case, the leftover wallpapers to highlight the plain look of the neutral wall.
Have you ever imagined that you can use ceiling rosettes to adorn the appearance of your neutral wall? It will be a good idea if you also use ceiling rosettes for the decoration of your ceiling so that you just need to make some more for the surface of your plain wall. They mostly are attached to the ceiling to draw people’s eyes upward. Now, you will place them to create wall art décor. You can choose ceiling rosettes in different size and design like what is shown by the décor above. But it will be okay if you want to display ceiling rosettes in the same design and size. We can see clearly that the surface of the neutral wall is adorned by four ceiling rosettes in soft yellowish tone and they are different in design and size.
You can use the unused boards to draw some appealing patterns that will highlight the look of your neutral wall. This décor exemplifies the charm of chevron pattern with the idyllic mix of bluish colors. There are three combinations on the surface of the boards; one is the mix of turquoise and white, the other one is the blend of bold blue and white, while the last one is the combination of subtle green and white. The boards are cut in different sizes and feature which are arranged disorderly to create a captivating look. The interior designer added six boards to animate the look of the neutral wall.
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