12 Inspiring Accent Walls Created With Only Decor

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By now, we’re probably all too familiar with accent walls when it comes to paint. Whether you rent or own, it’s an easy, low-investment way to make a statement, but not many of us think of applying that same principle — that is, the creation of a deliberate focal point in a room on only one wall — by using only decor. The more playful cousin of gallery walls, these 12 decoration-based accent/feature walls and vignettes will force you to think outside of the (paint) box and leave you with plenty of ideas for that one wall in your own home you’ve been eyeing forever. –Sabrina

  1. yamuna says:

    it is very creative yet simple to create using your endless ….imagination !

  2. phelisia says:

    The loyal supply’s studio pegboard quiet interesting.

  3. Kiana says:

    Love the use of found objects and overhead lighting to feature the artwork! Yet another example of any combination of items can have flow without matching.

  4. BelForm says:

    A pegboard really is a creative tool to maximize the use of space in small apartments while adding multiple possibilities to effortlessly restyle the room at any time! We use it as well for our microliving projects!


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