There’s a special kind of artistry in the rawness that goes on behind-the-scenes. And the same goes for interior design. Rustic chic married with unadorned sophistication, and bold but minimalistic elements make up the urban signature that is industrial interior design.
This motif has been making it into ultra-luxe and modern spaces these days -- even in bedrooms. And it’s no wonder. Raw style fused with edgy elegance can bring forth a distinct homey vibe like nothing else -- absolutely contrary to the notion that industrial design is “rough” and “cold”.
Trying to incorporate the industrial look into your space but don’t know where to start? An accent wall is a nice way to get things weaving. Let Taryn Whiteaker’s Master Bedroom Update featuring our White Washed Brick Wall Mural show you that industrial design has its own strikingly warm appeal.
If you’re looking to stun your house guests at the get go but don’t want the added kitsch, geometric prints are perfect for adding visual interest into any room. This motif can be a simple way to avoid monotony without overdoing it by combining clean lines and sophisticated patterns. The right balance of textures, prints, and hues can transform any space in your home into a strikingly polished and modern space. And WallsNeedLove has curated the ultimate collection of stunning squares, diamonds, triangles and other angular designs for your space.
Who said a hyper-utilized area in your home like the mudroom can’t boast style and character?
When someone says mudroom, most people tend to think of dirt, grit, and quite literally-- mud. But let Kelsey Bang’s Hoppin’ Mudroom Makeover featuring our The Legend of The Jackalope Removable Wallpaper show you how to inject personality into one of the most functional areas in your home.
Daylight is starting to get noticeably shorter and the chill of winter is just a little over the horizon. And here at WallsNeedLove, that only means one thing: it’s time to start preparing your abode for the coming chilly seasons and the festivities that comes with it!
Take a cue from the leaves with a cozy color palette update, or welcome in the warmth of nature with the right autumn touches.
Spooky season is finally upon us. And Halloween is certainly the most creative of all holidays. But decorating your home for the bewitching festivities doesn’t have to be difficult. Deck out your home in the spirit of the season with WallsNeedLove’s all treats, no trick Halloween decor packs.
If our recent features Black & White Powder Room Primp and Leafy Green Powder Room Posh Up are anything to go by, we’re getting a little powder room crazy here on WallsNeedLove. And what’s not to go crazy for? After all, a nicely decorated and functioning powder room is one of the best ways to make your guests feel pampered and comfortable. Another gem of an example of this is Uptown with Elly Brown’s powder room decorating project featuring our Aged Wood Printing Removable Wallpaper.
A small space like your powder room can have enormous potential for a huge-impact look. Just like the feature we did on Merrick’s Art’s Black and White Powder Room Primp, Create/Enjoy’s powder room revamp is further proof that a compact expanse could be your best bet when it comes to experimenting with big and bold style.
Many people tend to avoid industrial interior design because they either assume it would give their space a cold and stiff vibe, or they assume it’s going to break the bank. But industrial interior decor goes beyond mere steel and concrete, and who says you have to go full industrial? Little touches of wood, concrete and steel here and there can go a long way with making your space boast more character and history. And it’s easier to achieve this more than ever with WallsNeedLove’s raw and ritzy Industrial & Gold Collection. Check out wallgazer Elly Brown of Uptown with Elly Brown demonstrate the ease of use of removable wallpapers in her Living Room Reveal post featuring our White Brick Pattern wallpaper. Find out for yourself that with the right balance, industrial textures can bring forth a rustic charm that is roughly appealing.
The powder room is where we gussy and doll up, so it’s only fitting that we make sure it’s in tip top, stylish shape. Plus, there’s nothing like a chic powder room to make guests feel pampered. Case in point: Merrick’s Art’s Black & White Powder Room Wallpapering project featuring WallsNeedLove’s Handwriting Removable Wallpaper.
Industrial design is all about rustic wood, bare bricks, and exposed steel. It’s all about textures and about showing off what’s mostly seen as “unwanted” features; parts that are too often hidden and have underappreciated beauty. Mix that with elements of gold and it will no doubt create an unusual aesthetic balance of seemingly unrefined luxury.
Closets are where we store things away to make sure everything else in the house remains organized. Very rarely do we think of this space as something glamorous and glittering. So how often do we think about clearing the decks and sprucing up our storage places? The answer? Not nearly often enough. But once you see the unexpected closet makeover that Oak + Oats did with the help of WallsNeedLove’s White Stone Removable Wallpaper, you might just rethink about slicking and decking out your neglected storeroom.