Accent walls are a wonderful way to add some personality to your room and are quickly becoming a highly requested feature with new renovations.

When you've selected your wall, it’s time to start planning.

Here are some dos and don’ts for creating an accent wall that will make a statement in your home.

But first,

What Is An Accent Wall, Exactly?

An accent wall is simply one wall in a room that has been painted or decorated differently from the rest of the walls. This can be done with a different colour, different material, or even a different finish.

The point of an accent wall is to add visual interest and break up the monotony of a room. They are especially effective in small spaces, such as powder rooms or laundry rooms, where they can make a big impact.

Do: Plan Ahead

One of the most important things to do when creating an accent wall is to plan ahead. This means considering the overall look you want to achieve and choosing a spot that will complement the existing décor in your room.

If you’re not sure what look you want to achieve, it can be helpful to look at some inspiration photos. Pinterest is a great resource for finding ideas and getting started with your planning.

Don't:  Go Overboard

While an accent wall is a great way to add some personality to your space, it’s important not to go overboard. This means avoiding patterns that are too busy or colours that are too bold.

Remember, the goal is to add visual interest, not to overwhelm the space. If you’re unsure whether your chosen design will be too much, it’s always a good idea to consult with a professional designer.

Do: Consider The Colour Scheme

When choosing a colour for your accent wall, it’s important to consider the overall colour scheme of your room. This doesn’t mean that you have to match the other walls exactly, but you should choose a colour that will complement the rest of the space.

If you’re not sure what colours will work well together, you can always consult with a professional colour consultant. They will be able to help you create a cohesive look that flows from one space to the next.

Don't:  Forget The Rest Of The Room

While your accent wall should complement the rest of your room, it’s important to remember that it’s just one part of the overall space. This means that you don’t want to forget about the other parts of your room such as furniture, rugs, and other decor.

When you work with one of Vancouver’s leading design-build experts, you can be confident that your vision for an accent wall will be brought to life perfectly. Schedule a call with George today to discuss your needs at 604-771-2276.

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