Wall Texture Designs For The Living Room: Ideas & Inspiration

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You didn't think we will leave you guys hanging with just some bedroom texture inspiration, did you?

Get ready for some serious living room action! As you can see from this post, the most common sources of texture come from substantial materials like tile and fabrics that make you want to reach out and touch them. Other ways to express texture are more surprising, ranging from contemporary 3D wall cladding to full-scale art installations. Then, there is the budget-friendly option of implied textures created by repeating patterns or subtle color variations. Are you excited to find the perfect texture for your living room walls?

This classic stone wall treatment provides an interesting contrast to the modern furnishings and helps to soften the effect of the minimalistic entertainment cabinet.
 

This classic stone wall treatment provides an interesting contrast to the modern furnishings and helps to soften the effect of the minimalistic entertainment cabinet.

 

These textural wall tiles embrace the irregular: some are dappled, some are streaked, some are wide, others are thin. The result is a warm and welcoming backdrop that echoes the geometry of the modern furniture, yet could easily be adapted to accommodate any decor.

 

Bright white marble tiles make this monochromatic living room look luxurious, sharp, and clean.

 

Smooth integrated storage and subtle black wallpaper serve as a frame for the main attraction: a breathtaking slab of Calacatta marble. The rich veining adds a dynamic sense of energy and motion to this intimate living room.

 

A brilliant arrangement of tiles adds color and variety. This fabulous accent wall accomplishes its purpose by drawing the eye and uniting the subtle patterns and textures used throughout the space.

 

This contemporary living room demonstrates how large textures can give small spaces huge personality. The bold patterns avoid looking too heavy thanks to the simple colors and the clever addition of indirect cove lights.

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