If your walls are looking a little basic, you may be inclined to grab some prints or photos and hang them up—but we think you can do better than that. Have you considered a mural? A wooden wall? Or even a ladder? There's a ton of ways to make your wall art actually interesting, so your bedroom doesn't look like literally everyone else's.
If you're afraid of committing to a printed wallpaper, choose a neutral color. Your wall will still stand out, but the room will feel much lighter.
Rather than wasting limited inches on mounting a headboard, turn your wall into a headboard, like with this wooden statement wall.
Get the tutorial at Sugar & Cloth.
If your painting skills are lacking, please, enlist someone else to do this for you. Or you could even try a cool, temporary wallpaper!
See more at Black Lacquer Design.
Your bedroom should be the coziest room in your house, so take it there with a soft, knit wall hanging. If you're going with a boho aesthetic, it's a must-have.
See more at A House In The Hills.
Even though it's not technically hanging on your wall, it still counts as wall art. Prop a ladder up against your wall for a rustic accent that also comes in handy for hanging extra towels, blankets, or scarves.
See more at Gina Rachelle Design.
Monochromatic walls are over. Try an ombré effect on your wall, then pick up the hues in your bedding.
See more at Veneer Designs.
You don't need to clutter your walls with art—a single, medium-to-large-sized hanging can still be impactful. Cool, minimalist vibes for days.
See more at Amber Interiors.
PSA: This is the new gallery wall. Line your prints up on a skinny shelf for a cleaner approach.
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Patterned wallpaper is a start, but the myriad of mirrors takes this boho room all the way. This bedroom proves how to be eclectic without creating total chaos in your room.
You don't have to disrupt clean, painted walls with hangings—instead, paint a pattern. You can cover your entire wall for more impact, or limit the design to a small section.
Antlers can be rustic, hipster, or even glam (yes, seriously) depending on how you style them. Choose a metallic version and pair with jewel tones and you'll be surprised how chic they can look.
Vintage posters create a bold alternative to a headboard in the master bedroom of a Los Angeles home. Because the room is so neutral, they also help add some color.