Drawings on the walls do not necessarily symbolize a financial state of a person. There is no secret that usually some decorative materials are resisted because of financial reasons and one has to rely on his/her artistic capabilities or on those of any other person.
Today various graphical sketches or even compositions on the walls are used not only in children’s rooms, but also in hotels, shops or any other room what gives original shades to a room. Of course, you do not necessarily need to paint the walls or floor directly, there are thousands of element-painted wallpapers and various sticks. Several interiors and drawings used in them are worth a separate word.
Roman Ondak ” Measuring The Universe” installation – a superb, always changing dynamic interior exchange. Each visitor of a gallery is marked on a paper concerning his height (the same way as we were measured by our parents in a childhood) and here you see a “height library” which was collected in three months. I'm curious, if there is any space left in the most popular place in other three months!
One more unique interior project – this flat in London, where each room and even thing is decorated by drawings of an artist! It is simply a picture gallery at home if we can say so. More photos here.
You will see a lot of different examples, how drawings on the walls change a common mood of an interior. Don’t be afraid to draw (if you still are, watch the video, placed over this sentence and you will definitely be inspired and encouraged!)!
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My name is Evelina Aleliūnienė. I'm founder of this blog and interior designer. Writing this blog helps me while doing this kind of job and is a great bundle of beautiful ideas for you!