4 Artistic Ways To Transform Your Interiors From Drab To Fab Within Seconds

Designing a space can be time-consuming, whether you’re doing it yourself or have hired an interior designer. One is always on the lookout for unique materials that are aesthetically pleasing and highly durable, but coming across them in time can be a challenge. Krishika Shah, the Founder of Evolve India – a Mumbai-based surface design studio brings to you four interesting ways to decorate your space uniquely and give it a beautiful makeover.

  1. Add A Luxe Accent With Liquid Metal Finishes

Looking to add a touch of glamour to your space? Liquid metal finishes are your best bet. With this new-age material, textured designs in metal have become synonymous with all things glitz and glam. An easy way to give your living space a royal look or craft an eclectic bar unit is to use liquid metal designs. These finishes are available in panel formats for quick installations or you can simply use the material to achieve seamless textured wall finishes in patterns that complement your theme. Liquid metal finishes are best used as highlighter areas in living rooms, bathrooms, bar counters, or as cabinet shutters in your bedrooms.  

  1. Design Contemporary Walls With Textured Concrete Finishes

Cozy homes that resemble the personality of the homeowner never go out of style. And if you’re looking for clean and low-maintenance wall designs, the wall-to-floor concrete look is for you. This is a great way to design a coherent space that is easy on the eye and yet retains the natural movement of the material adding a soft depth to the space. More durable than paint, decorative concrete finishes are unmatched in their stylish raw aesthetic. Use them on larger areas like living room walls, balconies, patios, and facades. You can get decorative concrete finishes in the form of panels, precast sanitary ware, decor as well as material kits for application by your contractor.

  1. Achieve An Earthy Look With Corten Steel Finishes

Earthy interiors are a timeless design trend. Exposed brick walls, wooden cladding, and terracotta tiles are a great way to get outdoors, indoors. Another great material to work with is corten steel finishes. Often used to craft exteriors, this rustic finish has now been greatly appreciated as an indoor finishing material. Make sure you look out for corten steel rustic finishes that do not bleed, to ensure that you don’t have to worry about maintenance. 

  1. Give Your Walls A Mini-Makeover With Artisanal Wall Arts

Empty walls are filled with numerous design opportunities. And one of the quickest ways to spruce things up is hanging wall arts. Adding a handcrafted texture wall art can help you make a simple, yet an edgy statement that can transform the look and feel of your home within minutes. It will also help you create a unique focal point and add a personal touch to your room design without you having to invest much time or effort. 

Pro Tip – Pick the current size for it to have the desired impact!

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