Trying Textured Walls

Trying Textured Walls

Rebecca Orlov
Jul 31, 2008

Lately we've been spotting textured walls everywhere – in homes, store displays, magazine layouts. This is a wonderful way to add texture to an accent wall while seemingly easier to hang then wallpaper and not as messy as paint. (Although both of those options are great for saving money and for you design commitment-phobes out there)

If you are in the market for trying something new, like textured walls, check out these pictures of spaces that have successfully incorporated this accent. You can try burlap (as mentioned by Abby on the sliding doors in the Silverlake Neutra House), grasscloth, rattan, bamboo, even wood panels.

Burlap @ William Sonoma Home showroom
Grasscloth @ HD Buttercup showroom
Wood panels @ Desire To Inspire

What do you think about textured wall(s) in a space?

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(Title image via HGTV)

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