Wondering how to dress up your walls? Here is a modern, eco-friendly solution – innovative 3d-wallpanels that actually make your walls pop out. Walls can be dressed up in a wide range of patterns, depending on the vibe you want to get. These WallArt 3d decorative wall panels from MyWallArt come in different shapes and are made out of the fibrous residue of sugarcane also called bagasse. If you feel your walls need a dynamic, 3-dimentional appearance to compliment your interiors, then these panels are the perfect solution.
“These fibers of crushed sugarcane stalks remaining after raw sugar is extracted from the juice of the sugarcane by shredding it, is now the raw material that forms the base of this easily installed eco friendly interior product. The raw material used for WallArt 3d-wallpanels is 100% recycled, compostable and therefore 100% biodegradable. ” Available in 16 unique designs, the embossed wallpanels are shipped worldwide, so if you find them perfect for your home and decide to install them, you should share with us the final result and your opinion.
We now turn to top design bloggers such as Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth, who has decorated her kitchen shelving with an array of pastel dishware. Don’t be afraid to mix function and style when it comes to your decorative shelves. Put useful items on display, but arrange them artfully. If the shelving is purely decorative, choose pieces carefully. Be selective, as this gives your shelves a curated, artful look, as shown by this DIY hoop shelf from A Beautiful Mess.
Now it’s my turn to share some Decoist design advice with you! First up, we see a grouping of small items displayed on the DIY Round Shelf I created for a previous Decoist post. When deciding what to display, avoid overcrowding your shelf in terms of weight and height. For a small round shelf like the one displayed in the two images below, lightweight items are essential. Plus, smaller items allow the shape of the shelf to truly shine. Also consider what’s on display near the shelf you’re styling. An example is the open shelving featured in my kitchen tour. I’ve filled it with an array of teapots, coffee pots, cake stands, serving trays and more. So when it came time to style the shelving of the nearby garden window, I kept it simple. Just a few items did the trick, preventing the kitchen from being overwhelmed by “stuff”.