Yes, wall decals have been popping up all over American homes and offices, on furniture, and even electronic devices. This unfortunately, has flattened their excitement for me personally (sorry for the pun). Still, their purpose was to add a pop of energy and design focus, which, for the most part has been successful. Today, we look for the more organic form of this approach to adding that something special in a room, and I believe you’ll agree that these free-hand, sketched, and constructed graphic walls are just full of fab.
Graphic DIYed: recently seen on HGTV’s Design Star, these beautifully free-hand painted graphics, constructed out of 1/4″ plywood, give new life to a simply solid painted wall.
Graphic Designed: masterfully executed by artist Jen Stark, this flowing feature wall definitely adds several pops of color along with movement and fun.
Graphic chic: painted by hand, this feature wall has total design swag…cool, confident and coordinates perfectly with the graphic area rug and all the other distinct and intricate patterns tossed about in this space.
Graphic bold: you’ll have to loosen your tie with this style of graphics. Hand-painted and full of life, like pairing good wine and food, this feature wall requires going equally as bold with colors and accessorized patterns.
Q. What style of graphic would you like in your home or office?