Guest Post: Joanna of Design Shuffle

By March 30, 2012Uncategorized

Hi, everyone! I have Joanna here from Design Shuffle who’s been awesome enough to write a guest post for me. The real job is a little nutty at the moment but I want to make sure I keep the posts coming! Joanna is sharing ways to plus up your walls without adding any paint. I’m looking at you, renters. And for the record, that acid wash wall treatment blows my mind. Must. try.

Hi, I’m Joanna, a guest post blogger for Design Shuffle, a social media site for interior designers, architects and design enthusiasts. I love sharing all of the gorgeous interior designs I find on the web each day with blog readers like you. Thanks to Go Haus Go for allowing me to share a few cool wall decorating ideas today.

If you are a devotee of the DIY movement, then you’ll love one, or all, of the following ideas. Dressing up walls can create interest, be a focal point, and anchor a room. Which of these wall ideas are your favorites? Mine would have to be the peacock feathered wall. Please enjoy!

These lovely fabric wall panels would brighten any space and bring it to life. This would be an easy DIY weekend project. How can something so easy be so beautiful?

Looking for dining room design ideas? I pine for this home library! Floor to ceiling shelves are not only functional but decorative as well.

Plates have long been a decorative element in home decor, but this collection takes the art to a whole new level. The designer created a mosaic from differing size and colors of plates. I love how the solid blues pop amidst the floral patterns.

Wall murals are hugely popular right now and come in a vast number of designs and colors. This oversize floral welcomes family and guests as they are coming in the door.

Large mirrors like this one are not only decorative, but can make a small space look bigger. What are some other interior design ideas you can think of using a mirror?

This unusual wall feature looks as if it has been acid washed. With an edgy, youthful vibe, this look would fit well in a contemporary or modern d√ącor.

I’m absolutely loving all things peacock at the moment. This feathered wall adds movement and interest to the small powder room.

Architectural elements on walls can add layers and layers of interest to living room designs. The diamond shapes make this wall treatment fit with a modern decor nicely.

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Which wallpaper inspiration was your favorite? Be sure to head on over to Design Shuffle to find even more great designs from top San Francisco interior designers, New York interior designers and many others!

Thanks, Joanna! You rock my socks!

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