By Melly Liss Posted 8/12/2020 in LIFESTYLES
Trying to decide how to decorate a large wall in your living room can be daunting. But empty walls are an opportunity, a blessing in disguise. They are a creative outlet awaiting your creative solutions.
Not to say that there is anything wrong with negative space – in fact, if you have a lot on your walls already, the biggest and boldest statement possible is purposefully having empty space. But empty is not devoid of color, pattern, or texture. Avoiding clutter and claustrophobia is as important as displaying your collections and needs to be done with care.
Done right, your living room will be as unique and interesting as you and will make for a pleasing atmosphere for you and your guests. Consider the following suggestions as templates for your creative outlets.