Textured walls can do wonders for the interior design of your home, work and commercial space. Textured walls are used almost for all themes of interior designing they complement as well as help you contrast the central theme.
They can be used as the highlight to the central theme as well. There are many materials one can use to texture the wall; it is up to you and the central theme projection you are looking for.
This country style textured walls has a very warm look. Here cedar planks are used for the casing of the wall, as well as the ceiling. The running theme is country through and through, even to the light fittings. The windows and large French window allows for unhindered visual and natural sunlight to flow in. The solid wood furniture matches the wooden walls to make it barn like and with the country goodness of solid comfort. There is a hit of hardiness in the decor, solid wooden furniture as well as large Lawson sectioned sofa, which speak of total comfort. Country, we think simple comfort, wooded, and strength. These elements are incorporated in the choice of the wall texture as well as the furniture, with the central theme running through entirely. The flooring sections the floor allowing visual partitioning of the space, which is a clever thing to do, because country barns do not usually sport carpets. Carpets take away the bucolic impressions. The curtain rods and pelmets are in keeping with the central theme with very few highlights, and more contrast from the flooring as well as the sofas. The picture frames too are in keeping with the theme. The break from the woodiness comes from the soft flow of the curtains as well as the lacy sheers. There is minimal layering of cushions keeping the textured wall as the highlight.
This is a 3-dimension wall panel. It is eclectic to suit the individual on the bizarre beauty of its design. While such designs may appear a little over the top, a lot of people opt to put their signature on the choice. Wall with abstract or running 3-dimension wall panels do away with the requirement for wall hangings and other embellishments. The walls themselves are the object ‘art. The sectioned white sofa set off the 3-dimension wall panel beautifully. The contrasting darker hue of the wall panel also sectioned carries the squares as opposed to the 3- dimension wall panel. Here there is contrast in the lines. The cabinets too follow the contrast and are sectioned precisely with neat square patterning. The colours are rich and luxurious the playing them with lines do not take away the warmth from the central tone.
Trellised walls help achieve earthy ornamentation. It gives a beautiful latticed look, delicate and yet symmetry is achieved. The terracotta floor tiles enhance the naturalism in the tones of the trellised walls. Positioning of lights and brackets for ornamentation is easily achieved with this kind of walls. The furniture can be moved as it is a running pattern. The floral painted clothes cabinet adds to the trellis, because it is often that vines are allowed to climb a garden trellis. The trending concept of inside-out can be achieved here with the trellis giving the room the appearance of a garden, and the pedestal marble planter completing the look. The accentuation is floral patterning with the cane furniture too set on coir matting. This trellised wall brings in a breath of fresh air and serene bewilderment.
For the minimalist look and yet giving it character, is the plaster of Paris embossment vertical curving patterned lines on the wall. It augments the sleek minimalist look. It adds curves to the neat lines of the walls, the angular furniture and the plain leatherette single seater couches. This textured wall is used to enhance the monotone starkness of white, which runs as the central theme and minimalist concept. The layering is minimal with cushions, the artifacts are few, the contrast are the black couches and the highlights are the subtle natural wood stub placed as a stool and the matching onyx square lamp pedestal to match. So here it is clearly white tone, with black contrast and defined lines for the wall as well as furniture.