Impactful design can be derived in a myriad of ways - whether with an accent piece, an all-over neutral tone, or floor-to-ceiling wall art. Taking shape in small-scale mosaics to expansive dimensional wall art, explore five spaces where wall design demands a double take.
In a neutral-inspired Silvan Homes master bath, a polished marble accent wall encapsulates a spacious window for alluring symmetry. While some eyes may look out the window, our eyes are fixed on this classic wall design inviting rest and relaxation. Photo by Ambia Photography.
This modern space, designed by PlayHouse Interiors, invites you to indulge in a spa day with a three-dimensional hexagon backdrop. The shower takes on the look of marble veining with unique variations.
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Consider a textured background for a rustic aesthetic. In this space, chiseled texture builds on the inherent beauty of limestone to draw your eyes across the wall.
For ceilings that are particularly high, consider carrying a movement-inspired pattern to match the scale of the room. Three-dimensional sculpted waves take form in this fluid fireplace façade by WestBay Floor Source.
Consider how a small-scale mosaic can create a bold accent in a guest bath. Sparkling metallics reflect light from floor to ceiling in The New American Home 2018. Photo by Jeffrey A. Davis Photography.
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