Kiki Interiors - Decor and Staging

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

We Answer Wednesday - Small budget feature wall

My boyfriend and I just moved into our first home.  We are on a super tight budget but we want to make a big impact in our space.  What can we do?

Everyone has a budget when it comes to everyday expenses and of course, when it comes to home decor.  But don't panic you can make a big and beautiful impact on your space even with a restricted budget.  Best advice for you is - create a feature wall.  A strong feature wall will draw the eye, making the rest of the room less on an issue.  You can make maximum impact with just minimal materials.

 Use pallets or reclaimed wood to make these extra large frames (22” x 22”) with a burlap wrapped interior frame to feature an 8” x 10” photo. Easy front loading, clamping system under Plexiglas makes the board and batten look with the older wood.

A feature wall could consist of a fireplace (that would be a higher price point), wall paper or bold paint (medium price point depending on the product) - you can get creative with painter's tape and stencils. How about a feature wall of reclaimed wood planks or a textured brick wall? You can even create a feature wall using furniture, art and other accessories.  Try placing a long rectangular console table against the wall and add lamps, books and/ore decor pieces.  The wall behind the table can be home to one large piece of art, a large mirror or even a grouping of many smaller pieces hung in a gallery style.

 How to Hang Plates. Glue gun, metal paper clips, and no damage picture hangers.

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