Feature wall ideas for your home
Making a wall a feature.
When you’re renovating your home or moving into a new one, feature walls can be a great way to bring sections of your interiors to life. We have one simple rule when it comes to feature walls and that is to make them a feature. Not just a colour.
Feature walls should be exactly that. A feature and there are so many innovative materials available for interior designers and renovators that are textured, sustainable and stunning.
The other factor to consider is the wall itself. You want to ensure you choose a wall that your eyes are naturally drawn to when you walk into the space.
Repetition creates consistency.
Feature walls come in many forms and it can be very effective to repeat the materials used in other spaces in your home. When designing your interiors, take into consideration what the space will be used for and be consistent throughout the home.
Sustainable interior products.
In our Redfern apartment project we selected a Stack Panel solution that provided a masculine and streamlined finish to the bedrooms, hallways and staircase.
Painted feature walls.
If you do want to create a featured colour wall or a wallpapered wall, you’ll need to decide on what exactly will be featured on it. Our Brisbane client had an extensive art collection which is now displayed proudly in her dining room.
Black and white photography.
Gallery walls are a great way to bring memories to life or showcase your favourite photography. This photo is from our Potts Point interior design studio. It is a space designed for our clients that encourages creativity, productivity and innovation.
Using tiles for a textured finish.
In our clients home in Double Bay, Sydney we installed this stunning tiled feature wall to create an eye catching 3D effect.
Artwork for walls.
The walls in our homes are a blank canvas. Artwork adds colour, life and personality. The stunning piece by Melbourne based artist Jacqueline Tiepermann from her Nushi collection features in our Camperdown project.