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Decorating a Small Blank Wall

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Every home has that awkward space that defies being decorated. In my current home I have been met with a design challenge. There is a funky corner in the sunroom with very small wall space that just couldn’t be ignored anymore.

For you, the challenge might be a skinny hallway, an open space under the stairway, a super-tiny foyer or a nook that you thought was “so charming” before you purchased the house. I have personally had all of these design dilemmas (and more) in homes that I have lived in over the years and they each present different challenges.

Here’s what the room currently looks like. Don’t get me wrong, I love how the room looks. The area that needs attention is over there on the left where the arrow is. (This post contains affiliate links.)

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When sitting on the sofa, this area looks barren. I am not trying to fill up every square inch of wall space – it just looks like I forgot to address this area. To make matters worse, a French door opens into the sunroom and takes up the entire corner. We are left with a very small wall that definitely needs some design attention.

Decorating a Small Blank Wall

These canvas art prints were on clearance at TJMaxx. They were a bit damaged and misshapen. To me, the risky purchase was a no-brainer. The colors were just right for the space and did you see that these were feathers? Love the feathers!

Decorating a Small Blank Wall

I brought in my beloved “wonky table” from outside. This table was a free, curbside find at Jenn’s previous home. You can read all about it HERE. The color is perfect for this space.

I placed the largest feather print on top. This canvas print was $7.99. I always check the clearance end caps at TJMaxx and HomeGoods for the best deals. I was so lucky to find these prints.
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The smaller print was just $4.99!

Decorating a Small Blank Wall

Do you remember the feather watercolor that I painted? It looks perfect with the canvas prints! You can read that post HEREIf you are looking for your own feather prints you can find similar ones here, here, and here 🙂 

Decorating a Small Blank Wall

The rustic wood salvage piece was a great find. The wicker bottle was a clearance item too! Always check the clearance aisles first when out shopping. Be sure to shop for off-season items. You will be surprised at what you find! And isn’t that owl adorable? You can find a similar one here.

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Decorating a Small Blank Wall

Adding personal touches makes the space more meaningful. Here’s how I created this book page artwork!

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The space looks beautiful now.

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Very homey and lived-in.

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Decorating a Small Blank Wall

I really love this large basket with the chalkboard. I put comfortable blankets and throws inside…they really are cozy!

Decorating a Small Blank Wall. Chalkboard basket.

This space is like night and day now!

Decorating a Small Blank Wall

It is amazing how many decor items fit in this small wall space. The sunroom feels very complete now. This cozy corner feels decorated and beautiful now! I hope you are inspired to work on an awkward space in your home. We would love to hear about it!

Until tomorrow…

XO~Vicki

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Decorating a Small Blank Wall

2 Comments

  1. This looks SO good Vicki! I love how you stayed true to your love of feathers and the colors of your home all while solving a problem…where’s your cape? Hugs, CoCo

  2. It does look homey and lived-in now Vicki. 🙂 The canvas art is such a perfect find and is great with your other decor. Enjoy your new home and especially this pretty, sunny room! Bwg ~~~

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