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Wall Treatments With An Edge

Bare walls can be boring.

The following are a few designs that challenge blank walls. From simpler stencil techniques to recycled material applications and art installations, walls make great surfaces for exploring.

From ZNAK, this wallpaper has a unique application. Almost like a reusable sticker, it can be placed on the wall and torn off into different strips, shapes and sizes.

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Image source: znak-life.com

The kids can also help with the predesign.

From this:

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Image source: ZNAK on design-milk.com

Wall Treatments With An Edge

Image source: ZNAK on design-milk.com

To this:

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Image source: ZNAK on design-milk.com

Check out more pattern examples.

This line of wall tiles from Slate-ish uses paper laminate that is leftover from various construction projects. The recycled material creates a textural looking wall surface and is available in different colors. It looks heavy and resembles natural stone, but is actually lightweight.

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Image source: slate-ish.com

Interestingly, Slate-ish came about by accident. The company was installing countertops and was inspired by a broken piece and ways to use up scrap supplies. After playing around with hand cutting and chiseling techniques they came up with the concept.

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Image source: slate-ish.com

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Image source: Slate-ish on dornob.com

From the living space to the display place, artist Scott Carter has an eye for architecture and original wall installations. Using the wall space as a canvas, he transforms ordinary materials like surfaces and furniture. This technique uses cut outs that look like carvings.

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Image source: scottacarter.com

Instead of being reliant on the typical, he weaves in architectural installations that are an upgrade of the cookie cutter and mundane. The artist reportedly is inspired by a revolt against the mass produced, as evident in his walls turned into unorthodox patterns and designs.

Wall Treatments With An Edge

Image source: scottacarter.com

His gallery walls have been showcased at several art exhibitions. According to the artist, his use of unfinished elements are a response to feeling somewhat displaced throughout life, like when trying to decide where to settle.

Wall Treatments With An Edge

Image source: scottacarter.com

The ability to think outside of the box can produce some creative, and curious, productions.

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