A bare wall is no fun. A right decoration hung on a wall or right colour defining the mood of the room can transfer any wall from plain and boring to unique and personal. One thing omnipresent in any household is a giant TV: a chatterbox part of every chat. Decorating that TV wall comes with its share of stress, deliberations and strategising. To all its geeks, the optimum viewing angle is of utmost importance. However, needless to say, the place with TV becomes a source of great attraction in any household. Be it having the morning tea with news updates, to meet and greet of nights, the room entertains everyone.
Planning to place that giant flat TV on the wall and struggling to find ways to fill a boring leftover wall? Read along!
Amidst those TV breaks, give people access to your artistic fervour by hanging quirky collections and various assortments like lamps, lanterns and witty hangings. Let your wall speak of your taste. Further, frames of your friends and families in highs of a life pasted on them add life to the otherwise pale wall and makes it very personal. But then, don’t overdo it and keep it uncluttered.
For all book lovers, mount your TV space with your collection on a wooden shelf, making it an attractive focal point. Choose your style, size and pattern carefully and let that wall breathe too. Use different sizes and orientations for a well-balanced arrangement. Also, you can decorate it with small led lights and give that extra creative touch to the ensemble.
All eyes on it.
A good combination makes and breaks a great vision. For all minimalists, eliciting the space, paint the wall with white hue or you can paste wallpapers and make it more quirky and creative. Think of a colour or pattern that compliments that giant box on the wall.
Disguise it with a roll-on or shutter doors when not in use or frame it and turn it into a piece of décor itself. For bold ones, colour the wall in any dark shade- black, navy blue or maroon and make a statement in itself.
Steal it’s slow.
Glam up your wall with a giant mirror. Put something as big and intriguing beside it that it steals its thunder and gives multi-dimensional and multipurpose to that wall.