Every room needs a helping of personality, because without it your room looks plain, boring and too simple. There are many ways to personalize any room, from handcrafted furniture and works of art to different items or entire collections on display. Today’s roundup is dedicated to the coolest ways to add personality to your home, and I’m sure you will find something right here.
Highlight your hobbies
The easiest and most obvious way to add personality to your space is to highlight your hobbies and interests. If you’re into music and have guitars, for example, you can hang them up to make the room more personal. Are you a bookworm Cover the whole wall with bookshelves or maybe several walls to make it colorful and interesting. If you are a passionate collector, you can incorporate your collection into the interior to make it special. Baskets, macrame hangings, various figures, and statuettes are great accents for any room.
Playing with patterns
Add patterns and prints to your space to make it more interesting. If it’s a bathroom or kitchen, you can add prints and patterns with bold tiles – on a backsplash, floor, walls, or anywhere you want. In the bathroom, you can dress up a wall in bold and patterned tiles to make it an accent. Choose a wallpaper with a 3D effect, murals, and more to make your space really interesting. Actually, any type of accent wall would do. You can apply this idea to any room, from the dining room to the kids room, and try different kinds of patterns and colors to find out what you like!
Rock A Gallery Wall
Gallery walls are very popular now. This is a great way to add personality, interest, and a cool feel to the room. These are mostly family photo gallery walls – what can be more personal than that? You can also add signs, artwork, pictures, handmade art, and even mirrors to make the gallery wall extra special. Gallery walls are suitable for any space: dining rooms, living rooms, children’s rooms and bedrooms, entrance areas and even kitchens. You can arrange them with matching or mismatched frames, attach the pieces to the wall in a variety of ways – regularly or irregularly – or just put them on ledges to change the artwork and change their place on the ledges.