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Creating Your Own Feature Wall

Feature walls are a wonderful way to help bring a pop of colour or a splash of charm to any home environment. No matter whether you want to make a style statement or are simply looking to break up your existing colour scheme, our handy guide is here to help inspire your next DIY project. 

From fabulous floral prints to marvellous murals, here at The Range our extensive selection of wonderful wallpapers are sure to help liven up your living area, bedroom, or hallway with ease. Not sure on where to start? Check our handy Guide to Buying Wallpaper or our handy tips on How to Prep a Room for Wallpaper.
 

Block Colours and Desirable Designs

From textured to weaved, vinyl to painted, the possibilities really are endless when it comes to choosing the perfect wallpaper for your chosen surface. For those looking to break up their walls with something a little more poinyant, then why not opt for one of these simple yet stunning designs:

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Marvellous Murals

If you're feeling a little more adventurous when it comes to decorating, then mural-style wallpapers are sure to impress. With a wide array of designs available here at The Range, such as cityscapes and even scenic styles, now's the perfect time to switch-up your style.

Seeking something to help create an industrial-inspired vibe? Designs such as the Concrete Block Mural Wallpaper, Concrete Stars Mural Wallpaper, or the Brick Digital Mural Wallpaper are sure to stand out when paired with stylish storage accessories such as the Shoreditch Shelving Unit or the Industrial Style Chunky Four Shelf Bookcase. After something with a little more colour? Why not opt for the Graffiti Concrete Multi Mural Wallpaper.

If you're looking for a way to bring the much-loved charm of nature into your home, then why not opt for realistic and vibrantly coloured designs such as the Lavendel Mural Wallpaper or the Bamboo Mural Wallpaper - both of which are sure to help any feature wall come to life.

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Essentials Tools

As with any DIY project, it's paramount that you're equipped with the right tools for the job before you begin. When it comes to wallpapering, must-have accessories include items wallpaper adhesives such as the Pack Of 5 Solvite All Purpose Ready to Roll Wallpaper Adhesive Rolls or the Pack Of 5 Solvite All Purpose Wallpaper Adhesive Rolls, durable brushes and rollers such as the Harris Taskmasters Paste Brush or the Harris Taskmasters Wallpaper Seam Roller, and even additional tools such as Paint Scraper, Soft Grip Hand Sanding Kit, Hardboard Pasting Table, and Blue Pe Tarpaulin .

 


All-in-one kits such as the Wallpaper Hanging Kit are perfect for those new to wallpapering and stripper accessories such as the Saber 2000W Wall Paper Stripper are perfect for ensuring you strip-down any pre-existing layers with ease.

Feature Wall Top-Tips

Feature walls offer the perfect opportunity to experiment with an array of colours and patterns. A relatively easy and cost-effective way to liven up your home without the hassle of having to completely re-decorate, here are some of our Top Tips when it comes to upgrading your existing walls:

The Do's:

  • Consider the option of paint if you don't feel like wallpaper would suit your desired surface. Both straight-forward and inexpensive, paints can easily be applied (and removed) to your feature wall without making such a big commitment (as opposed to wallpapering).

  • Always make sure your chosen wallpaper (patterned or plain) complements your existing colour scheme. There's nothing worse than a colour-clash, so be sure to double check that your favourite design fits in well given its surroundings (this also includes furniture and interior decor).

The Don'ts:

  • Make sure you opt to add a feature wall to a spacious and well-light room. Choosing to add a feature wall to a small room will only make it look even smaller, so it's best to cover all the walls if you fancy a change in colours.

  • Random selection is not the best way to establish which wall is best for a feature wall. Always make sure you choose walls that highlight a room's existing focal point - i.e. a wall behind the mantel, behind the television, or even behind the headboard in a bedroom.

  • Don't just stick to wallpaper and paints when it comes to creating a feature wall! Materials such as stone and reclaimed wood also make great options for textualising a feature wall.

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