Though color is often the first thing we turn to when a home is feeling lackluster or flat, never underestimate the power of texture. Introducing texture to a space gives it so much more depth, and even color-averse decorators can reap the benefits. It doesn’t stop at throws, rugs, and fabrics, either. Introducing: texture rich walls. Dressing your walls up in natural materials like marble and wood or even paints with a perceived texture effect will transform the room without taking up surface space.
Make a statement in any room by adding real or perceived texture to one or more walls.
3D BLOCK WALL
This shows texture, you can tell because if you were to touch it, it would have a rough feel (for sure). Made with Medium Density Fiberboard, the end result has such a great effect.
Bring home some of the appeal of your favorite restaurant by adding a wood-planked focal wall to your dining space. For even more impact, use the wall as a backdrop for a large art piece and install soft, glowing sconces on either side.
There are plenty of ways to texture your paint without going hi-shine gloss. Instead, try this edgy matte vibe with cement effect paint. Polished concrete is both subtle and bold, especially if you choose a darker tone.
PUT TILES ON IT
Yes, you can put the tiles on the bed board for decoration. And yes you can pinch with different color and styles do give serious textures. It gives a lot of custom feeling in the room.
More drama comes from the dark stacked-pebble tile and custom bronze sink. You can buy the pebbles already assembled on a base like you do mosaics.
Custom metallic bronze finished sculptural wall treatment in the breezeway and foyer complimented by river-stone flooring. From the wall to the floor, full of textures.
The glossy shine of lacquered paint can make the room feel larger. It has a similar effect to a mirror, as the high-shine finish allows for highlights and reflection. Envelop the whole space in it from floor to ceiling for a glossy impact.
You have seen how exposed brick walls did wonders to an interior. Modernist bare brick painted wall offset by the traditional styling of the sofa on soft grey suede.
GO WITH GRASSCLOTH
Grasscloth wallpaper has the warmth you’d expect from fabrics and introduces more texture than other wallpaper substrates since it’s made from natural fibers.
DRESS THINGS UP WITH MARBLE
A large marble slab on the wall will always make a statement. It’s a great option for added texture that still exudes a formal, sophisticated aesthetic.
PAINTED WALL ART
An abstract design could work on the wall behind the couch, it definitely add stylish textures and could be a focal point depends on what your overall space like.
You can add texture to an entire wall or you can just create an accent wall. In whatever way you do, you can still achieve an appealing look for your interior with wall textures. Now, scroll up and re-check on the images above of various interiors with textured walls.