Make a statement and paint interesting shapes on your walls, instead of having one block colour feature wall.
Give an old cupboard a facelift by painting a groovy design on it using complementary colours.
Why not go for a tonal effect and create layers with different shades of similar colours, all collected together in one part of the room to create a piece of permanent wall art.
Bring attention to the one part of a room that people always walk by, without giving a second thought – the door! This can work in any colour that suits your home, in a variety of shapes.
An old sideboard or credenza can be updated to look trendy with some geometric lines painted on it in a metallic paint. Be sure to use rulers and masking tape!
Make a door or archway pop with this subtle yet bright interior feature.
Who needs a bedhead? Simply paint a funky shape on the wall where the bed is situated to create a focal point in a bedroom.
Ready to fully commit to a big painting project? Why not paint your own patterns on the walls, and add a complementary – yet contrasting – colour to the ceiling?
Take feature walls to the next level by incorporating as much colour and pattern as possible.
Not for the faint of heart, this project involved painting your walls and your furniture to create an artsy effect.