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Filling in Spaces

By Decorology @decorology_blog
When decorating a home, sometimes there's a wall that just stumps you. It's either an awkward size, a really large wall, a corner, or just a space you'd like to give a little more character. Either way, there are a few tricks I use to fill up a space that needs some love:
Create unique abstract wall art with Sharpie + wood.:
You can never go wrong with a large wall print, a plant, and a console. Extra storage and something pretty to look at it are my first attempt at filling an empty wall.
How You Can Decorate The Empty Corners In Your Home - 15 Cool Ideas:
via homedit
Corner's can be more difficult! A collage of pictures is a great idea, a ladder with blankets, a corner table with a plant, or maybe even a beautiful basket could be a great solution to a corner problem.
Ever need a large piece of artwork to fill a space??  Check out this easy DIY LARGE wall art tutorial to find out how to make your own!:
via unexpectedelegance
For an entry way, I love a bench seat where you can sit down and take off your shoes, and there are some great ways to fill up a wall with DIY wall art that won't break the bank!
Tutorial for easy DIY open shelving | 11 Magnolia Lane:
via 11magnolialane
I love the look of shelving as a wall filler on your way or in a kitchen. Using things you already have around the house and fresh flowers is a great filler.
14 Blank Wall Ideas You Haven't Thought Of (PHOTOS): via huffingtonpost
A large mirror is a wonderful way to fill an empty wall. It also helps with smaller rooms, bounce natural light around, and make the room feel larger.
just the bee's knees: Holly & Martin furniture review and a Giveaway!  Love the wall color and photo ledge:
via justthebeesknees
How would you fill your empty space? Leave a comment below!

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