Walls aren’t just for hanging art.

Get creative with how you decorate your blank spaces with these show-stopping wall decoration ideas.

1. Wall panels paint a picture

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Architect and interior designer Robert Couturier created wall panels from liquid metals and resins in shapes that evoke the Manhattan skyline for this New York apartment.

2. Images that jump off the walls

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Wallpaper with a botanical motif from Spanish interior decorator Alex Papachristidis ceratinly livens up this entrance hall.

3. Graceful yet edgy wall sconces

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These eye-catching wall sconces (a cool $US1,470 each) from Californian designer Kelly Wearstler are made from hand-selected natural quartz stone and brass.

4. Eye-catching tiles

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New York designer, potter and furniture maker Jonathon Adler has put tiles in the living room for this mid-century inspired space with brass accents.

5. Large-scale wall hangings

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Sydney-based fibre artist Jacqui Fink works with naturally coloured merino wools from Australia and New Zealand to create these extra large textiles for residential, commercial and public spaces.

 6. When walls come to life

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The eclectic home of Jonathon Adler and partner Simon Doonan, is bursting with fun and fantastic decor – but this solid brass giraffe escaping from the wall has to be our favourite.

7. Cute and creative wall sculptures

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These adorable wall-mounted sculptures made by Rodger Stevens from unused wire creatively mimic the profile of popular dog breeds. Can you spot the dachshund?

8. Mirrors have a subtle effect

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This set of seven mirrors in metal frames, all with unique pebble-like shapes, from Broste Copenhagen will lend a stylish but understated look to your living room.

9. Geometric landscapes

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LA artist Katy Ann Gilmore takes inspiration from her background in mathematics to draw these intricate geometric landscapes.

This epic wall mural is one she created for Greenville College in Illinois.

Main picture: “Unraveling Net”, mural  by Katy Ann Gilmore in Networks Cafe at 3400 West Olive in Burbank, California. Taken by Mark Skovorodko.

Source: realestatecomau

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