5 Ideas For Painting A Living Room Panel
These five ideas for painting a living room panel can liven a space with originality and creativity. Living rooms can look traditional or even downright boring unless you think outside the box. When painting a living room panel or one wall in an original theme, you make your home all your own while enjoying a landscape or scene that you will enjoy for years to come.
- Tuscan theme. Painting a living room panel in a Tuscan theme can give the illusion of being in a Tuscan villa. Exposed bricks can be painted to peek out from rustic, worn clay-colored walls. A mural of grapevines in the distance growing on a hillside further bring the Tuscan feeling to the living room panel. Adding details like a gate opening out to the outdoors will give the painted panel perspective and make the Tuscan panel feel more authentic.
- Seascape. Bring the ocean home by painting a seascape panel on a living room wall. The ocean in the background will anchor the breezy feel of a seascape. Add seagulls to the sky and the sandy beach along with painted images of sea shells and a small boat at sea or beached on the shore.
- Country roads. Painting a living room panel of a countryside as seen from a passing car is a way to bring the open air into your living room. Trees, bushes, and grasses can add to the scenery along with a native animal or two munching in the distance. Serene blues and greens can provide the starting point for decorating the rest of the living room.
- Desert landscape. A desert landscape, complete with several varieties of cactus, can be an exciting living room panel. The earth tones in the brown sandy soil, muted greens of the plants, and clay of an adobe house in the distance provide a muted palette for painting a living room panel.
- City street scene. A busy city street scene can bring the bustle of city life to your living room. A street vendor selling hot dogs, a man walking his dog, and pigeons eating crumbs can all be painted into this mural. Add details like pedestrians waiting to cross a street with expressions that range from excitement to annoyance for a realistic living room panel.