There are certain elements that make a room fully functional and functional. Walls are one of them. This is not just because they do provide a sense of privacy and separation. They provide sound absorption, bringing the outside world in and creating a barrier between you and it.
But sadly, most of the walls in our homes are plain, boring and uninteresting. They are also often poorly constructed. Even worse, they can be heavy to look at and unpleasant to be in.
People will often put off outdoor improvements because they don’t think the time is right. But with a little patience, you can have new walls, railings, and steps installed in your home with little fuss and expense.
There’s nothing like the look of new walls, is there? But then again, there’s nothing quite like the way that new walls first look and feel. And, thanks to the magic of innovative arts like what Alec Monopoly’s wall graffiti, you can bring your new walls to life in ways that you never imagined.
Alec Monopoly is a great artist who takes a lot of joy in helping others improve their walls. His creations are simple, creative, and can be easily adapted to your own set of walls without the need for a wall stud finder.
Here are 5 ways to Improve your walls
Add some lightings
A simple solution for adding some lightings to your living room, office, or even your bedroom, our range of ceiling lights is the simple and stylish way to give your house a little glow.
Put your wall design in sync with the interior theme
The interior design is the starting point of a new home, not only the general look of the house but also the decoration and all the details that determine the character of a house and create a cozy, inspiring, and welcoming environment.
And it all begins with the walls. When it comes to interior design, we often emphasize the design of a room rather than its usefulness. In fact, we don’t even think about the function of each room in the home until it’s time to decorate it. But in many cases, functionality often trumps aesthetics. If added functionality isn’t a priority, it’s best to focus on the room’s design.
Add some Plaster of Paris (POP)
Everyone knows that you can plaster a wall with a combination of silicone and plaster to make it look like a painting. There are many different kinds of Plaster of Paris (POP) available on the market, but there are a few important differences between them. This is important for making the plaster look like a painting and for making sure that you don’t end up with a plaster wall instead of a wall with a painting.
Add some Scribbling to your walls
Scribbling is the act of repeatedly writing a word or phrase to improve your walls. This year, Scribble-B-Gone has introduced a new and revolutionary pen called Scribble-it. Scribble-it’s cap is designed to fit any standard ballpoint pen, making it ideal for Scribbling on any surface.
Add some wall brick as an accent
Installing new wall brick is something that is done to many a wall – simple, chic addition to any wall, but something that can be done so many times with new ideas.