Sometimes smaller items grouped together create an even more interesting wall than using one big piece of art. Clocks can be both useful and decorative. As seen on HGTV's Buying and Selling With the Property Brothers
Designer Marie Burgos uses an intricately carved wall decor, a carved statue of the Hindu god, Vishnu, and a portrait of Gandhi to create a calm and peaceful entryway. Neutral walls illuminate the details of the elaborate wooden focal point.
The desk in the first floor bedroom of the newly renovated Magnolia House bed and breakfast features a gold floor lamp for light. A noteboard is decorated with festive decor including a mini wreath, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
This bright red wall is a vibrant background for the black Asian dresser and gold decor. The dresser has three peg-lock cabinets and three drawers. Four circular gold decorations add texture to the design between two green lamps and wooden horse statue.
Careful attention to design ensured that this already-small bathroom would not feel closed in. Wine boxes add beautiful, warm color and create easy storage. A skirt for the sink provides extra storage underneath, and the pages of an old book are taped to the wall for inexpensive and effective decoration.
Teal is a tough color to use without completely overwhelming a space. But if you stick with teals that are close to the aqua family, you'll find them rather versatile. The floating vanity, white half wall and white tile shower add light elements to balance the room. The mounted horns and animal head bring a masculine side to the design and compliment the brown flooring.