1. Make it multipurpose
Designed by Architology, the feature walls in this home are unlike those that serve only an aesthetic purpose. This is a fully functioning wall that integrates shelving, storage and even lighting.
2. Maximise vertical space
Director Richard Lam and principal designer Vin Leong of Haelcyon Days designed a multifunction, full-height feature wall that not only maximises the wall space, but also the 3.2m-high ceiling. The side that’s facing the living room has open shelves and a TV console.
3. Go for an elegant design
The mix of black and white finishes, as well as framed designs adds character to this TV console cum bookshelf designed by The Scientist.
4. Create an L-shaped border
An L-shaped pigeon hole cabinet adds visual interest next to the wood-look TV console, designed by The Scientist.
5. Opt for a seamless look
With the aim of keeping the home looking seamless and free of clutter, the team at 82 designed this full-height white cabinets cum TV console that extends from the main door through to the length of the living room.
7. Use an eye-catching wallpaper
This deflects attention from the plain TV screen, and gives your walls a pop of personality too!
Photo: Apartment Therapy on Pinterest
8. Frame it up
This nifty trick turns any TV into wall decoration!
Photo: All Things Thrifty on Pinterest
9. Blend it with art pieces collage-style
Say goodbye to plain living room walls – treat your TV like a piece of art by grouping it together with artwork and photographs.
Photo: Amy | Homey Oh My on Pinterest
10. Or use a grid format
If you prefer a neat, regular design, this is the trick for you.
Photo: centsationalgirl on Pinterest
12. Conceal with sliding panels
Hide away the big black box to make your living room look less cluttered.
Photo: Little Green Notebook on Pinterest
13. Complement with accessories
Whether it’s books, trinkets or a vase, create some balance with other forms of home decor.
Photo: Ashley Domestic Fashionista on Pinterest
14. Make it pop (up)
This space-saving solution craftily hides the screen away when you’re not using it.
Photo: myscandinavianhome on Pinterest