White and plain walls definitely look boring, no matter of the type of the room. But, luckily there are many ways of how to turn the plain wall into an accent one. One way is to paint it in some contrasting, vibrant shade and thus make it pop out from the rest of the room decor. Another way is to choose some interesting wall mural, whether a beautiful city skyline or some breathtaking landscape. And one more way to create an accent wall is to add some texture to the walls.
Textured walls are one of the home decor trends that have become quite popular among the interior designers. They can be simple or complex, subtle or artful, and can give a dramatic look to any interior. The most common sources used for adding texture are materials such as tile and fabrics. The more complex and artful textures include modern 3D wall covering to some full-scale art installations. And yet there is still one more option, which is considered as the cheapest one, and includes textures created by repeating patterns or color variations. Here are several interiors with different textured wall designs that you may find as an inspiration for incorporating such walls in your homes.
Interior Designs With Textured Walls
Textured walls are most often found in living rooms and bedrooms, but yet they can be part of some dining rooms too. Since they can be quite eye-catching it is always better to choose only one accent wall. When adding a textured wall in the living room, most often the wall where the TV stands is chosen to be an accent wall, or the one where the fireplace is set. And when it comes to decorating a bedroom, the wall behind the bed is the best one for adding texture.
Textured walls are also common choice for dining rooms. Again there will be only one accent wall and the choice of the texture design, will depend on the style of the dining room. The choice can range from some stone texture and brick texture to fractured wooden panels, 3D wall designs or some colorful texture design. No matter of the choice, textured walls are always a better option than the white and plain walls.
So, would you choose to add some texture to the plain walls in your home? If you do, then let us know in the comments what kind of design you would prefer, simple or complex, subtle or artful. Thank you for reading and don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of Top Dreamer to find many other interior design ideas for your home decor inspiration.