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Let a state­ment- mak­ing fea­ture wall be the fo­cal point of your home. Show­case an im­pres­sive art­work, or clad the sur­face with an in­ter­est­ing texture to an­chor the look of the in­te­ri­ors. From ma­te­ri­als like con­crete for in­dus­trial- style homes, to or­nate wall­pa­per de­signs for a mod­ern, luxe apart­ment, here are 10 fea­ture wall op­tions and tips from ex­perts on pair­ing them with the right fur­nish­ings.


The hap­haz­ard na­ture of plant growth is a fea­ture in its own right. Try us­ing creeper plants to add an in­ter­est­ing, ran­dom vis­ual ef­fect to your shelf.


Cof­fee ta­ble books serve not only for your read­ing plea­sure, but also add height to your dis­plays, like decor ac­ces­sories and ter­rar­i­ums, while adding a per­sonal touch.


Kuo Shiong, man­ager at light­ing retail store Star Light­ing, ad­vises that track lights should be typ­i­cally placed at an an­gle of be­tween 24 to 40 de­grees from the item you’re il­lu­mi­nat­ing. A smaller an­gle re­sults in a nar­row beam with strong in­ten­sity, while a wider an­gle pro­vides cov­er­age for a larger area with low light in­ten­sity.

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