You don’t have to be a professional designer to make your house’s interior look great. In fact, improving the comfort of your home, adding individuality to your room or even transforming the walls into works of art is easier than it seems. And believe it or not, not all successful designs require expensive materials. All it takes is desire, courage, imagination and a little bit of patience.
We have gathered some of the best decorating ideas that have varying degrees of difficulty. Everyone is sure to find something to their liking.
Unique wall shelves
A wall shelf serves both decorative and practical functions.
Branch book shelf
It can easily add style to your interior and makes a great time-saving solution for those who are busy or not ready for serious changes.
Do you think photo murals are old-fashioned? It’s not true. Modern wallpaper design with fabulously realistic real life scenes can create a stunning and unique wall decor.
Portrait or urban photo murals, for example, will fit your living room space perfectly.
Panoramic image tend to visually expand the space.
Vinyl wall stickers
Vinyl wall art is one of the fastest and cheapest ways to dress up your walls.
With a huge range of wall stickers available in online stores, there’s something to fit every taste and budget.
Make a photo collage on your wall and it will always remind you of beloved people or moments.
Alternatively, you can hang one big picture on your wall.
Using tape decorations
Decorative wall tape or washi tape are a great way to brighten up your walls if you live in a rental apartment.
It’s all about tape’s characteristics — it can be easily stuck and removed without leaving residue or damaging the surface.
Paper wall art
It’s time-consuming work to cut out paper butterflies by hand. But look how great they are!
From wall applications and origami, to 3D ornaments — the paper cut designs are only limited by your own imagination.
Give a second life to your old beautiful postcards by making wall collage out of them.
Plate wall art
Do you still think that the plates can be used only in your kitchen?
Group your plates by style, color or shape. You can even paint them by hand with special ceramic or glass paint.
Wine corks, renewable natural materials, work beautifully for many creative arts.
By the way, you can buy wine corks at any winery. So you don’t have to break the bank to have a required amount of materials.
Invasion of pixels
Lovable chunky squares on walls is a great solution for those who like 8-bit culture.
This wall was definitely created by a fan of Marvel Comics.
Walls with wood slabs
Wood slabs on the walls are great for warm, comfortable and soft interiors.
String art (threading the nails)
String art allows you to create stunning, three-dimensional, low-cost wall pictures.
The materials needed for creating your own masterpieces are: nails, hammer, wooden base, the paper pattern, a lot of thread and, of course, patience.
Decorating with wood pallets
Wood pallets can be disassembled and used to decorate your room or wall
You can also make lots of other cool things out of the pallets.
Phyto design/vertical gardening
A vertical wall garden is a stylish and original interior solution that benefits your health.
You can create a garden wall by using wood pallets or boxes, special wall vases or modular flower pots.
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