1. Use Large Objects
Nothing says “look at me!” Then a décor that stands out immediately as you walk in. A good way to grab attention is by placing large decors such as a large decorative rustic mirror or a large edgy wall clock to cover the empty space. Let it stand alone so it gets the attention it deserves. Find your suited large mirrors and wall clocks here.
2. Play With Sizes
Create asymmetrical balance with stylish grouping of gold or metal tone objects with trinket boxes, large sculptures and ornaments. It will create balance even in areas with walls that have weird bumps. Check out our selections of trinkets, sculptures and ornaments here.
3. Use The Window
The window is a good place to create a gallery wall as an aesthetic feature to your home. Hang different designs and sizes of wall frames and wall clocks to fill the space around the window. Find your perfect frames and clocks here.
4. Bring in The Outdoor
Another good visual trick is to bring greenery into areas that are empty. Add plants or faux plants of different sizes as an alternative option to create nice pop of colour and texture to your home. Find the perfect plant décor here.
5. Install shelves
Having a shelving unit in a home not only creates good visual, but also draws the eyes up to fill in blank spaces of your walls. Decorate your shelves with elements that stands out, such as beautiful elegant pieces or edgy designed vases, that will sure to turn heads. Get your decorative vase and centrepieces right here.