From surfaces covered completely in colorful paintings to concrete structures emulating an enticing glow, these wacky walls demonstrate traditional brick and paper are no longer the way to go.
Decorating has come a long way in the past decade, with technological elements being infused into many facets of interior decor. To counter this movement, many artists have also strayed away from this approach, opting for a more minimalist aesthetic. Whatever the design, the result is always fascinating and unexpected.
Many designers aren't afraid to stray away from color either, donning their creations in bright floral prints and pink hues. Much of this inspiration stems from the 60s, but now certain decorators have taken these measures to the extreme, almost blinding onlookers with various shades.
40 Wacky Walls
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Future Festival & Malcolm Gladwell - Early Bird Deadline
Rustic Cavemen Hotels
Sugar Icing Murals
Modular Cubed Pop-Ups
Satirical Spraypaint Galleries
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