When most people think of a statement wall, the mind automatically jumps to bold colors, unique materials and an unforgettable design. But the thing is, statement walls don’t really have to be so complicated. They can be designed in a simple way and still have a huge impact! So further, we’ll be sharing 5 elegant statement wall ideas for an understated home interior design!
1. The mirror effect
If you’re working with a small space and need a really good idea for a statement wall then look no further. The looking mirror feature wall is the answer to all your woes. Not only can you enhance the quality of your space with it, but you’ll also get a great opportunity to customize the design. You can either go for simple, feature length mirror cladding or you can go for intricate, customized designs as well!
2. White on grey
One of the most important things to remember while designing a simple feature wall is that you need it to contrast. If you use the same color in all the design, you’ll end up with a boring space. Take a look at this media wall – the simple white surface on a grey backdrop create a really nice effect which is complemented by the brown media console.
3. Use your carpentry
If your layout has been designed in a way that you cannot accommodate an actual media wall, then it’s time to personalize the carpentry. You can do anything and everything with wood if you have the right professionals. The cabinet with an open shelf in the middle featured in this image is a great example of how you can accomplish a simple yet elegant statement wall with this technique.
4. Use lines
Vertical and horizontal lines are one of the greatest design tools in your arsenal, and you can use them to create plain yet beautiful statement wall designs. You can work with grooves and stripes, laminates and tiles to accomplish such an aesthetic. The wardrobe in this image is an excellent example of this technique.
5. Window backdrops
Window treatments can also be used to get a statement wall effect. This technique can only be applied if your window portal is big enough. You can use curtains, drapes and blinds to create a nice, useable backdrop for the rest of your furnishings.