I thought it would be fun to do a new series, where I answer some of your design dilemma questions. I love all of my readers and am so thankful to anyone who reads this lil' blog of mine. So let me hear it, what's your biggest design dilemma? Do you have a funky spot in your house that nothing seems to work? Do you have either a really small or big space, weird windows, ugly sofa, need help knowing how to mix patterns.
Well shoot me an email or leave in the comments your biggest design problem and I'll answer some in a blog post if you're one of the lucky ones!
I got a lot of emails from people not knowing what to do behind their t.v. stands. It's a tricky spot, you're trying to hide that ugly TV but also want it easily visible for viewing. The best way is to add interest around the TV to draw your eye to the areas around the TV.
So here's some ideas for you.
Large scale artwork adds visual interest.
Hanging the TV on a black wall helps blend the TV into the background. Adding a large scale piece of abstract art with some fun accessories helps draw your eye to that area instead of the TV.
Lamps flanking the TV with two large scale pieces of artwork help style up this console table.
This gallery wall by Emily Clark is done beautifully. A gallery wall behind the TV is a great way to add more visual interest and help blend in the TV.
Another gallery wall option by Jenny from the the little green notebook. It's stunning!
Loving the asymmetrical balance of this styling.
What other design dilemmas are you having?