What is a house but four walls and a roof?
Well, our dearest readers, by now you should know it is far more than that. It is the center of happiness and joy, the hearth of love and warmth, the nucleus of family and trust.
But it still needs four walls and a roof.
Today we have a sublime list of wall themes and ideas for you to poach, to give your rooms a bit of modern flair, or classic furore, or even a bit of archaic symbology. Either way, check out these great wall designs for inspiration!
The gray scale diagonal cube is a popular theme among tech-savvy companies and things more in the world of gadgetry.
But that doesn't mean that only Mark Zuckerburg is allowed to enjoy the geomancer's geo-cubic geo-awesome geo-paper.
The designer also threw in a touch of watermark fade, so it feels Raccoon City, but looks Final Fantasy. (Yeah, we're pretty nerdy too.)
The really great thing about this wall is that color scheme is not too hyperbolic in its statement. The green goes well with the large window showing vegetation outside, while the gray and white semble magnificently with the furnishings.
The only real question then is:
who left that giant hacky-sack on the floor?
Well… This is clearly more of a religiously inspired decor piece. But it looks good. If you're into Osiris and Día de Muertos and the God of the Northern Wind and all that.
Or you need inspiration for your next calf tattoo.
Lightning through marble. As though the stone has captured the essence of the storm's rage.
And then been sawed into blocks and thrown onto the wall.
We want one so badly.
If you're going for something more office conference room, with a touch of international patriotism, then here's your answer. Take a few snaps of your favorite scenery and slap them on the side of a glass door.
It's actually a fantastic way to motivate the staff. We recently installed one with a Mcdonald's, Wendy's and Burger King silhouetted, and we've seen a peak in office work drive between 12 and 3 in the afternoon.
Like time and tide, a home can rely on two things to always go down a treat.
1) Pristine wooden flooring.
2) Yellow upside down triangles.
If you can't live in a forest, make a forest live with you, is one of our many catchphrases. Granted, we don't get the opportunity to use it much. But the application is not as important as the message.
Which follows thusly: As long as you get that fix of the outdoors, you can remain indoors.
And how better to do that than with a magnificent forested wall.
That stands for keep it simple stupid. A rule that we were taught at the tender age of seven.
White bricks, mixing unapologetically with the old-school window and overtly modern furniture, for you we only have two words.
Now we're heading into some fine artistry. Perhaps you've seen walls with similar themes—flowers, orchids and the rest. But none so detailed as this. In fact, you will feel like Darwin when he first set foot on the Galapagos if your walls are adorned with on of these beauties.
Aphrodite of Milos to be more precise. The most infamous of all women whose likenesses have been rendered into stone and then left inside a glass pyramid in Paris for the world to ogle at, as though they hadn't been doing just that since she was first sculpted two thousand odd years ago (give or take a hundred).
And now you can ogle too. On your wall.
Jokes aside, she is a masterpiece.
Make your wall one too.