Every room needs a focus. A focus is a key design element that stands out from others. Your gaze is immediately drawn to it, so that your room feels more together.
One of the easiest ways to introduce one into a room is to use a feature wall. But with feature walls that walk the path of the dinosaur, you may want to rethink the wall made of synthetic bricks or accent colors. Instead, consider these focus alternatives that still bring your home together wonderfully.
1. Statement blanket
Think of the fifth wall – your ceiling – when it comes to creating a focal point for your room. Here is a multi-faceted false ceiling painted light blue and embedded with headlights to define the dining area of this residential complex. Makes you look up, doesn’t it?
Design: intention of free space
2. Arched door
If it’s not your thing to introduce bold colors, stick to unconventional shapes. This open concept house was designed in a completely neutral color scheme, with the arched door to the bedrooms serving as the focus. It stands out from the other edges and lines of the room.
Design: PROVOLK ARCHITECTS
3. Room divider
In addition to separating the dining area from the open living room, the slatted wall acts as the center of this room. It attracts attention with its height, which extends to the ceiling, but also with its wood material, which stands out from the polished surfaces in the residential complex.
Design: UN interior
4. Cozy corner
A relaxing reading area from part of this living room is the focal point of this room. It borders the floor-to-ceiling window, stands on a raised platform and is wrapped in a classic blue that attracts the attention of the gray-washed color scheme.
5. Thatched walkway
Walkways can also be an excellent focal point for your space. Here it is characterized by a sloping false ceiling and a refreshing mint finish to highlight the thatched design.
Design: ROOOT Studio
6. Feature carpentry
The TV wall is a common area where you can set your focus for the living room. But instead of opting for a two-dimensional wall, turn it into an architectural storage statement.
7. Transitional floor
The focus of this dining area is the attention-grabbing floor. The unique flooring, which alternates between hexagon and wood grain, also serves as a visual guide to direct the view from the foyer to the rest of the house.
8. Mirror, mirror
An oversized mirror definitely draws attention to itself. It is the perfect focus for a small space as it helps reflect more light and gives the illusion of spaciousness. In this 2-room apartment, the mirror also serves as a TV wall on the other side.
Design: Lemonfridge Studio
9. Revolving doors
Doors don’t usually steal the show, but in this apartment the unconventional pivoting wooden frame doors serve as the focal point for this Scandinavian themed room.
Design: our story
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