Interior walls—beautiful alternatives

Alissa Ugolini—homify UK Alissa Ugolini—homify UK
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The term four walls is thrown around a lot these days, but, in reality, the saying should really go as follows—your walls make a home. Inside your home doesn't always have to be plasterboard covered in wall paper or, just simply, brilliant white: there are a huge array of interior wall options that are available to everyone these days that are not only affordable but also look incredible. Most of the walls designs that you're about to see offer a very singular look in that they are all made, assembled or shaped by hand. So, if you're interested in branching out in the world of interior wall design, then keep reading because you're sure to find what you want, right here!

Brick interior

If you love what's on the inside, there's nothing really stopping you from leaving it at that; exposing the brick face of your interior walls, inside, helps architectural continuity flow and style reign! Take this design, for example: the industrious charm, that the entire composition eludes, allows for a good fusion of styles and accents to be gently incorporated and, in effect, open up the interior for experimentation—like a work shop. 

Tile your style

A wall covering like these tiles would add a lot to a room. A minimalist furniture approach would go overlooked, as the eye takes to the fleeting colours and shades of the tiles. A wall of autumnal colour showing that busy can be beautiful.

Tile of your life

Again, here, we see a similar implementation of tiles from the same professionals. This time, the duller shades of the tiles help to brig out the light and pale shades of the surrounding furniture, installations and accessories, of the room -sublime. 

In like flint

Incorporating the famous fire stone into your home could give it an aged look as well as one of historical significance (even if it's brand new!). The immediate effect of a flint wall is that medieval feel that oozes charisma and a touch of the renovated ecclesiastical. 

Seamless satisfaction

Concrete is still regarded as an ugly and largely useless interior design material. But, as anyone would have you know, this is no longer the case. Resinated concrete, like this, looks great, lasts for ages and gives you the opportunity to very much personalise your wall space -a blanc canvas for your interior design

Wooden walls!

Many people opt for a stone version of the above, but as the style becomes more and more popular, some people are trying to branch out and look for alternative options. A stacked wooden wall would only tick your box, if the above is the case, but also bring its own scent into your home.

Looking for more wall designs and ideas?

Look at some stone walls for inside

Or some kitchen wall surfaces

Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd

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