The trend of a feature media wall in a living room is a recent one, and the contemporary mindset has fully embraced the grand allure of it. From simple to comprehensive, there are all sorts of media wall designs trending across the globe, and today we will be taking a look at a few that might end up inspiring you.
More often than not, a media wall is always the subconscious ‘middle’ of the room; the metaphorical central point that calls for a visual balance in the narrative of an interior, so when the design calls for it to be sidelined, the subconscious sensory allocation has a hard time letting go. This design proves that it can be done in a tastefully discreet way without sacrificing any of the character that makes any media wall a focal point.
A media wall often tends to be an elaborate affair; with hidden rope lights, inhibited shelving and pop out pelmet features. This one uses a dichotomous setting and brings about the best of its appearance by enunciating the texture, rather than any other elaborate appeal. Its simplicity may be the very defining feature of this particular media wall – which comes off as organic without compromising the contemporary.
Bed room media walls tend to be simple affairs; more often just a woody backdrop with an attached television, but this one goes that extra special mile to emulate an entire thematic symmetry within the context of its surroundings. The black and white high gloss trajectory along with the rope lighting creates an elegant black tie effect.
This media wall may be a quiet, subtle affair in looks, but it is that understated simplicity that makes it such a charmer. The quiet color palate, combined with the exuberant lighting creates a beautifully dynamic setting that is highlighted by the elegant protrusion of the wall itself.
This single minded contemporary layout may not seem like much, but its charm comes from the adorably retro making of the media shelf. It may be a little old school, but that only enhances its playfully relevant vibe within the context of its surroundings.
This media wall goes all out in presenting a unique outlook in media wall design. The grey veneer along with the mild steel strips running across the body of the cabinet design create a rather informal but controlled sort of chaos. The looking mirror on the other hand widens the original horizon of the room by resonating the opposite wall – a truly ambitious design done right.
This media wall is a study in lights and shadows, which is achieved by the careful play of beige hues across the body of the design. The oblique angles of the feature wall merge with the ceiling design and create an overall unity that showcases the allure of this design.