Make a Statement (Wall)!

You just moved into your dream Drees home. A special place to call your own, and make your own.

Think of your new home as a blank canvas – every inch has the potential to make a statement about your personality, style or lifestyle. And that includes the walls.

Below offers you inspiration from our design experts to help you make a real statement (wall)! Be sure to Pin your favorites.

If you love wine, why keep it hidden in a cellar? Show off your collection with a wine-rack wall. It’s an elegant addition to any dining room, as well as being convenient and a great conversation piece.

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Statement walls can be as elaborate as you want them to be. Here’s a great example of how they can tie an entire room together – from the pattern of the rug, to the color of the crown molding.

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Looking for something more muted? Statement walls can be subtle, too. Try incorporating the ever-trendy ombre pattern to create a clean, modern feel.

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Use a study or spare room to showcase your interests. Consider framing sheet music from your favorite composer, or pages from your favorite book.

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Want to recreate the feel of an artsy boutique hotel? Instead of springing for an expensive oversized art piece, try assembling a gallery of your favorite prints.

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Add a touch of warmth to a den or basement with a chevron wood-paneled wall.

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Or, use a lighter, simpler wood-paneled wall pattern to open up an entryway.

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Customize your game room with framed game boards of your family favorites, or incorporate an oversized game board for easy play on your statement wall.

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Create a peaceful, relaxing space just for you with a clean, simple statement wall. It’s a great option for your study, home office, or reading nook.

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Like what you see? Visit our Pinterest page for more design tips and home inspiration.

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