Decorating niches create a focal point in the house with designer savvy appeal. Often built into a home’s original design, these permanent architectural features add visual interest. You can raise its aesthetic appeal through color, texture, light and decorative objects.
How to decorate the walls of a recessed niche
A recessed niche can have a great visual appeal when painted in a different hue other than the original wall colour. Opt for bright bold colors — lime green, ocean blue and mandarin orange — to create a lively, bright space. Create dramatic color contrast by applying black paint to a niche surrounded by pristine white walls. Add metallic paint, patterned wallpaper or a stencil design to provide a visual surprise to a niche’s back wall.
Lighting it rightly
Displayed art object be the focal point of your house using artificial lighting. Creating a space in the upper wall of the niche an artificial light can be adjusted without occupying any extra space. For multiple niches on a single wall, wiring a can light into each area creates a stunning, radiant wall.
Creating a stunning art wall
Recessed niches is the perfect place to place your favourite piece of art. It can be a sculpture, a pottery or a stunner looking piece of art. Eye pleasing visual weight adds dimension to the niches.
Make an impression by adding pottery art to your niches. It changes the dimension of your living room. Get credentials for your interior design thought process.
Creative Head and MD of Spacio Mr. Navin Kanodia says “Decorating niches can be a very interesting task as you can create your own visual appeal in the house. Niches can be used for a myriad of purposes, but always add style while not stealing away any usable space. At Spacio a person can be spoilt with options as we value the idea of wall niches.”