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5 Questions About Accent Walls Answered

An interior designer shares dos, don’ts, and musts

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Photography: Dairy Darilag (Main Photo)

Have you ever looked around your home and wondered what you could do to break the monotony of your wall color?

An accent wall can do the trick, says interior designer Gino Eraña. “An accent wall serves as a refreshing visual burst to break monotony in a room. If done correctly, it has the potential to transform a space that lacks character,” he says. Gino answers more of your questions below.

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