Our feature wall ideas include two-toned walls to half-height backsplashes!
Play with similar tones of colours to create a wall feature that can add visual interest and dimension to your room without being too much. The homeowners of this apartment could not decide on the colour of the walls, so they chose both! Design: Eightytwo Instead of going with a wallpaper option, this homeowner projected an image onto the walls and painted it accordingly to achieve this stunning mural. Design: Belouk You've seen the ombre trend on clothes and other decor objects, but how about having it on your walls? A whimsical touch to any room, the ombre painting technique gives any room a subtle, breezy feel. Image: Dulux See also: ANYTHING BUT DULL! 8 CREATIVE WAYS TO ADD COLOUR TO YOUR HOME The striped feature walls of the living and bedrooms complement, rather than clash with, the striped upholstery of the sofas. The stripes also conceal a column the homeowners cannot tear down. Design: Homeowners' own Don't like geometric tiles? Paint it on your walls, instead. Fun and contemporary, these geometric shapes will modernise any room. Design: JQ Ong Half-height backsplashes give you the opportunity to play around with paint colours, too. We like how the green gives a modern edge to the luxe marble tiles look here, plus its a money-saving idea for your home reno. You can do this for other popular(and sometimes repetitive) backsplashes like subway and hexagonal tiles to evoke a different look from the rest. Design: Museum Homes How aesthetic is this? The designers matched the colour of the wall and grout and voila, you've a distinct look. Design: Paul + Pris See also: TRENDY, VIBRANT KITCHEN INSPO FOR YOUR NEW HOME The same gold hue was chosen for the feature walls in the master bedroom and bathroom, for a sense of continuity. Design: Rust Architect See also: 9 CREATIVE WAYS TO GIVE YOUR HDB BATHROOM A MAKEOVER Always choose a darker hue for the bottom half and keep it light on top. Unless you are looking to have a cosy, intimate space, dark colours will make the ceiling seem lower, while lighter tones will enliven and add height to your space. Design: The Scientist See also: 10 EASY WAYS FOR A BRIGHT AIRY HOME (WITH LESS ELECTRICITY USED!) To achieve a seamless colour blocking style throughout the home, the designers painted the door, too. Design: Wynk; Collaborative This story was first published in Home and Decor Singapore.