10 Fabulous Feature Wall Ideas To Transform Your Living Room
Feature walls add an anchor point to your living room and infuse it with personality, style and warmth. It’s also a great way to emphasise a unique architectural feature or instil a sense of extraordinary in an otherwise ordinary space. The wall with the TV tends to be a living room’s inherent feature wall, so using a darker colours can exude warmth and an invitation that says “come in and make yourself at home”. So check out these tried-and-tested ideas.
GO ALL AROUND
1. The eternal question: Which wall captures the most attention? How about all of them? If budget allows, install a pretty wallpaper and add extra interest with a mosaic display where the TV is.
Interior Designer: Free Space Intent
Location: Hoy Fatt Road (HDB)
2. Every one loves a brick wall – it’s striking, and adds texture and personality to an otherwise boring interior. For an extra bit of oomph, decorate it with paraphernalia, pop art and street signs.
Interior Designer: Fuse Concept
Location: City View (HDB)
GO FOR COLOURS
3. This brick wall is painted in calming white and pastel tones, with shapes for interest, so the look isn’t bland.
Interior Designer: Co. Prozfile Design
Location: Bedok Reservoir (HDB)
4. There’s no rule that vertical gardens are meant for outdoors only. House plants are also important in the house, and having a thriving lot of them makes can perk up a pale scheme.
Interior Designer: Wolf Woof
Location: Upper Serangoon (condo)
5. Break the monotony with a three-shaped built-in bookshelf that’s both beautiful and useful. This feature wall is a great way to display trinkets, books and potted plants.
Interior Designer: The Association
Location: Waterfront Key (condo)
6. A fun garden theme has been created thanks to the tree structure that draws attention away from a wooden wall shelf that hides a worship altar and storage in the trunk, while the semi brick wall gives the living room an earth, rustic feel.
Interior Designer: DISTINCTidENTITY
Location: Double Bay Residences (condo)
7. Clean lines with Scandinavian influences – white brick, maple accents and hanging lights – is a look that’s simple, modern and light. Wall lights or hanging lamps in this case can add ambience to your décor. Arrange them in a row to create a unified lighting concept.
Interior Designer: Design Chapterz
Location: Trillant (condo)
8. A bookshelf wall makes an impactful statement, especially if you’re fortunate enough to have high ceilings. It’ll save you the trouble of having to buy a media console and tidy up the messy cables and wireless modem. Plus, it hides the awkward L-shaped beam and pillar in old HDB flats that we don’t know what to do about.
Interior Designer: Dyel Design
Location: Newton (condo)
9. Give your accent wall a classic upscale touch with marble. It doesn’t fade or worn, and it’s easy to wipe it down. Black marble also stands out to minimalist and mostly-white interiors, and exudes simple elegance.
Interior Designer: Space Atelier
Location: Bartley (condo)
10. These homeowners made it extra meaningful by plastering a photo mural of their honeymoon. Most of these are printed on Waterproof PVC silk wallpaper and can be customised according to your size.
Interior Designer: Darwin Interior
Location: Ang Mo Kio (HDB)
If you want a feature wall that’s unlike others, Qanvast can help. Just drop us a request today, and we’ll help match you to IDs who’ll fit your style and budget preferences.