Walls give spaces physical boundaries as well as privacy and intimacy. But walls can also be emotional barriers, blocking the energy flow of a space, causing a feeling of entrapment for you and others. Never allow this to happen. Don't have a wall unless it is structurally necessary or desired for privacy. View your walls as spaces to hang beautiful
wall niches, to create a wall panels using
panel molding, so they enrich you rather than confine you.
Throughout our lives we can refine our skills and character as well our wall decor. We are all capable of wall decor improvement, and even the most subtle distinctions make a telling difference. You will grow in fineness as an expression of your developing taste and aesthetic appreciation. The process is mysteriously cumulative: The more you see, sense, and explore, the more refined and creative your wall decor becomes.
When elegance and refinement are combined, a wall decor can be a significant symbol that speaks of the quality of the home. If someone is said to have refined taste, that is high praise, and the converse of "rough around the edges". When you are refined, you are whole, and everything builds toward a purer state. Real refinement is not snobbish; it is refreshing.