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Choosing the right lamp for the right placeWhen it comes to picking a lamp, you need to think about what it is going to be used for:Will it need to be bright or is it for mood lighting?Do you want it to sit on a piece of furniture or floor?Will you be able to plug it in easily?
8. Extend the headboardWho says a feature wall is only for the living and dining areas? If you’re not one to move furniture around, and like your bed where it is, use the wall behind it as a visual extension of the headboard and your bedroom’s design theme. This adds a luxe, boutique-hotel feel to your bedroom’s look.TELL USThinking of a feature wall for your home? Share in the Comments where you’re putting it, and why. Already got one that you’re proud of? Show us a photo!MOREExpert Opinion: What’s Next for the Feature Wall?
Photo by Aaron Pocock PhotographyGone glampingA very muted drab green is awoken by the white mouldings that tone down the colour-blocked treatment on the walls here. Tan accessories add a safari influence to this soothing set-up.Take the Houzz Tour
Photo by Aaron Pocock1. Sage on the wallAs a feature wall that frames the bed, this super-muted green is contrasted with white mouldings for impact. It beautifully complements the neutral hues of the vintage trunks used as bedside tables and bed bench.