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What Wonders A Feature Wall Can Do?

A feature wall is an accent or statement wall that breaks up the monotonousness of other walls. It’s often used to draw attention of the visitors and it always becomes the main focal point of a room. A statement wall is usually used to accentuate the decorative details and furnishings against the wall.

1. Mint-Colored Wood Paneling Wall

Mint-Colored Wood Paneling Wall(image credit: houzz.com)

Pale colors aren’t so demanding and work beautifully with natural tones, such as grey and taupe. A mint-colored wood panelling wall behind the bed not only draws attention but also makes the room feel cozy. For a traditional look, painted wood paneling works well.

2. Earthy Laminate Wood Wall

Earthy Laminate Wood Wall(image credit: houzz.com)

Statement laminate wood in earthy hue extends from the floor to create a backdrop and headboard. When teamed with bedside pendant lights, the accent wall makes its way to become a focal point of the soothing master bedroom.

3. Timber Wall

Timber Wall(image credit: houzz.com)

This house opens up the living room to have dining area and kitchen altogether in the same space. The concrete floor in the entire area however brings coldness and stiffness to the space. By using timber TV wall panel, wooden dining table and bookshelves, it does break up the coldness and inject warmth to the entire space.

4. Exposed Brick Wall

Exposed Brick Wall(image credit: houzz.com)

The exposed brick wall gives an industrial feel to the room. You can either get a builder to expose the brickwork and treat it, or install simple stone slip tiles as a feature. There are also a range of brick-effect wallpapers and coverings that will bring heaps of character to your space. A flood of natural light gives the space the feeling of an outdoor room.

5. 3D Feature Wall

3D Feature Wall(image credit: houzz.com)

Add sheen and texture to this pure white modern kitchen with a 3D feature wall that reflects more glistening light to the already bright kitchen. The texture-rich feature wall helps break up the monotonousness of the kitchen.

6. Multi-Colored Painted Feature Wall

Multi-Colored Painted Feature Wall(image credit: houzz.com)

A small box room will not look dull anymore by adding interesting paint effect on the wall behind the bed. Painting all four walls the same color can exaggerate the boxy feel. Add some fun elements in vibrant colors to complement the painted feature wall. The white paint on the remaining walls makes the room look bigger and contrasts beautifully with the colorful feature wall.

7. Single-Colored Painted Feature Wall

Single-Colored Painted Feature Wall(image credit: houzz.com)

Select your favourite color palette for your bedroom, paint the wall behind the bed and leave the rest of the walls white to create a focal point in your bedroom. This bedroom uses a warm color palette for the suite and the dark grey feature wall brings warmth and calming vibe to the room.

8. Reclaimed Wood Paneling Wall

Reclaimed Wood Paneling Wall(image credit: houzz.com)

Large, flat, hard surfaces can amplify sound, so adding texture will help reduce this effect. Paneling one of your walls with reclaimed wood, as seen here, not only creates an interesting feature, but also does the sound-dampening job.

9. Stone Cladding Wall

Stone Cladding Wall(image credit: houzz.com)

These wall claddings look fantastic and give a sense of drama to the contemporary living room. As a focal point of the room, this feature wall adds some rugged texture and character to the neutral-toned living room and brings nature in the home.

10. Tongue-and-Groove-Plank Wall

Tongue-and-Groove-Plank Wall(image credit: crateandbarrel.com)

Similar to Shaker panelling, tongue-and-groove planks create a classic look that works in both traditional and contemporary spaces. Tongue-and-groove boards can be installed either vertically or horizontally. This white-painted tongue-and-groove-plank wall adds warmth and texture to the living room and makes the room feel cozy.

11. Floor-To-Ceiling Wainscoting

Floor-To-Ceiling Wainscoting(image credit: houzz.com)

Floor-to-ceiling wainscotting adds sophistication to a room and creates architectural interest on a plain wall by using wood panelling applied in grid pattern.

12. Wall Moulding

Wall Moulding(image credit: houzz.com)

Add interest to walls by creating decorative details. Think outside traditional decor rules by adorning plain walls with decorative moulding which is the sophisticated Victorian detail in this picture and keep the color scheme neutral so you can play with the colors in other furnishings.