Focal Point Walls
A focal point is one that draws the eyes to it as soon as you enter the room. It is the centrepiece in the room. Wall decals are around the focal point area and complement rather than compete. Mantle pieces, fireplaces and wall space around the foyer are some of the great spots that are popular for focal areas. Wall decals applied on these
To create a focal point, many artists place the main subject in the area of highest contrast. For example, the house in "The House with Cracked Walls," an oil painting by Paul Cézanne, is the lightest object, and the window the darkest.
Every room needs a focal point, and we're showing you how to create one in every room. In this dining room, we used a dark wall color to accentuate our whitewashed furniture pieces. You could use the same method with black furniture on a white wall, or a bold wall color with neutral pieces.
A complete package of downlights, adjustable accents and wall washers with a clean, minimalistic look that keeps the focus on the interior space. Kellogg Co. Case Study Kellogg is breathing new life into a historic building with a modern office, using locally sourced materials.
Low profile perimeter slot LED luminaire for shallow plenum grid or drywall ceiling applications. 6" aperture with concealed light source creates the appearance of a floating ceiling while illuminating walls adding depth and visual interest.
Use soft brown or gray on the walls, sofa and rugs. Use a bold pop of color like tangerine or turquoise on your focal point, whether it is a chair, wall or piece of art. Tie the color into the