Sometimes we can’t help choosing a new place to live in because our old home knocked us over. The bad thing is we are surrounded by old homes, but we can see our potential for a new place once we develop to make our home beautiful and desirable. It is a common challenge to try to improve a particular place or to get rid of a particular structure. Here’s a suggestion that seems to save some space. It refers to a wall cut out between two rooms, in the case of one room.

This type of wall cutouts are frequently used in living rooms or children’s rooms. It is said that walls can become useless unless you transform them. The most efficient way to do something to create a wall cutting is to use one cutout. It can be a large one or, why not, a very small one? As you may be tooious, it’s very common for a wall cutout to have a false wall. In the case of this project we used a small statement wall. It is cut in the direction of the sofa, in an organised position, and it is not even that big. Through the false wall, there also dots that create a drywall effect.

Wall Cut Out Between Kitchen And Living Room Photo 2

The design is minimalist and effective and fits perfectly in the room. In order to create a contrast, the colours are complementary and come from outside. The three shades of green chosen for the wall perfectly match the shades of brown and grey. If you want to combine elements that aren’t particularly striking at first look, the Greystones wallpaper is just right. In general, it would easy to match greystones with light grey tiles and fittings and with brown textiles. The contrast would be even stronger if a wall were painted in dark colours.

If you want to create a special atmosphere, you can use refreshing colours like green and combine them with orange, yellow, light green and so on. Don’t be afraid to use extravagant colours when designing a wall. Pick a striking pattern or an eye-catching combination of colours like a bull’s head and a guitar in the middle of the room. You don’t necessarily have to go with the typical monochrome colour scheme. You can use more than one accent colour in neutral shades.

If you want to create a personal theme for your wall, you can use colours like cobalt blue, black, red and yellow. You can also go with nature and create some interesting geometric prints. Nature is an indispensable source of inspiration. Try to create a geometric wall painting for your wall and feel free to adapt and personalise your design by choosing one of your favourite colours, or even two unique tones.