10 Ways To Add Architectural Interest To a Boring Room

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10 Ways to Add Architectural Interest to a Boring Room
10 Ways to Add Architectural Interest to a Boring Room

As most of you know by now, I live in a builder-grade home, and am on a mission to make it look more designer and less builder.

One of the things that is missing from a lot of builder grade homes (which most designer homes have) is architectural interest, and my house is no different. The walls and ceilings are plain drywall with nothing to add any interest but some popcorn on the ceiling…another pet peeve! Click here to see my post on 5 Ways to Hide Popcorn Ceilings if you want some ideas on how to deal with that issue.

But back to the plain walls problem…to fix this issue I have added (or will be adding) mouldings to almost every room in the house, and thought I would share some of my inspirations.

Click Next to see 10 ways to add architectural interest to a boring room.

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