Hi! I need some ideas for this wall.

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q hi i need some ideas for this wall
I have that blank wall to right of tv. I love this fish. Want to keep it somewhere on that wall. Any ideas?
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  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Jan 17, 2018
    Move the Lamp and table into the corner. Paint the wall Blue to match with cushion and curtain colours maybe?

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    • Vanessa Vanessa on Jan 24, 2018
      Hi Cathy, I did have that ladder next to tv. I think you are right . I'll move it back and do that wall with the fish and keep my eye open for more on the wall with the fish. I also like your idea of doing the wave on that fish wall. And I'll extend the wave down the hallway. Thanks for the help! Do you think the table is too small for that lamp? I had that thought when i bought the end tables. Now that someone on here said that it is , it is bugging me. Thanks again!

  • 2dogal 2dogal on Jan 17, 2018
    Can you angle the TV and stand in the corner, then angle the couch or chair? Then you can get a tall snake plant to put next to the TV with the fish on the wall close to the plant. A snake plant has tall, thick, verigated leaves that look somewhat like underwater plants and would look good with the fish swimming away from it. You could even elaborate on that theme... Snake plants do not need a lot of care.

  • Sharon Sharon on Jan 17, 2018
    Move table and lamp. Move TV and stand to center of wall.

  • Maryann Maryann on Jan 17, 2018
    Add a fake plant to the right of the TV. Make sure it is as tall as the TV or larger. Add a couple more fish with the lonely fish. Looks better in pairs of threes than one lonely fish. Should look very upscale.

  • Emily Emily on Jan 17, 2018
    I think I would paint that fish wall a watery green/blue and give him some companions!

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    • Cathy Waterstradt Cathy Waterstradt on Jan 19, 2018
      I was thinking the same thing. I think the wall would look pretty with an ocean or some sort of water design like the fish is n the water with some other friends. With some water plants or greenery around the floor and tall plants that are various sizes. So many possibilities there.

  • Jean Jean on Jan 18, 2018
    Put tv on wall, then get a very nice table to put under it, add some nice things on it. Not much.

  • Mogie Mogie on Jan 18, 2018
    Paint for some interest. A corner shelving unit would look nice and give you some storage space for other fish related objects to display.

  • Tina Condon Tina Condon on Jan 19, 2018
    Bookshelves and plants

  • Lil31892270 Lil31892270 on Jan 19, 2018
    I would make an accent wall in a blue but I wouldn't have a single fish. . I would go to Marshalls or Home Goods or TJ Maxx they have some great Coastal Sea Coast pictures maybe get those foot long shelves that just attach onto the wall and buy a vase Coastal looking vase or a little Lantern and hang the fish lower not above the TV don't put anything above the TV hang it to the left move that if you can center the TV then you'll have room on the left to create a coastal scene theme for your fish. also the picture you have hanging on the wall to the right is way too high people always have a tendency to hang their pictures too high it should be even with the height of the TV why is the TV pushed way over to the left is there a reason why you're not centering it I would center the TV if possible and if you cannot I would put either a fake plant or I would get a two shelving units inexpensively for each side and don't load them up with stuff but maybe a few books, nice family photo something with some color

  • Elizabeth Perkins Elizabeth Perkins on Jan 20, 2018
    What about creating a picture frame gallery and making your tv a part of it?

  • Kristin Neve Kristin Neve on Jan 20, 2018
    Love this!

  • EGZ EGZ on Jan 20, 2018
    Lamp is way to large to be sitting on such a small table for starts

  • PJ PJ on Jan 20, 2018
    I agree, paint that wall blue, add a couple of smaller "fishy friends" & group some pearl/iridescent round tiles to look like bubbles floating along behind the fish. Maybe add starfish, either real dried ones or ceramic?

  • Aurora Padilla Aurora Padilla on Jan 20, 2018
    Go to a boat yard near find old boat padals old rope. refinished them. using sand paper and crackling paint. in off white see if they have glass oars its a hunting experience take the kids pack a lunch talk to the fishermen its fun. Or a store that sells boat ing suplies they should have wait you want broken pieces for cheaper wich gives it that old world feel or go to Michel s and you can buy there but go on line for coupons

  • Brenda Brenda on Jan 20, 2018
    So please tell us what you think of all the ideas presented here Vanessa.

  • Ana29875888 Ana29875888 on Jan 20, 2018
    How about some paintings that would give you color on the wall. Check out my artwork on https://anasguerra.fineartstudioonline.com. or email me and I will send you photos of some very inexpensive pieces I have that could look wonderful on your wall.

  • Gok25041575 Gok25041575 on Jan 20, 2018
    One thing take the fish down.

  • Tammi thompson Tammi thompson on Jan 20, 2018
    Cover it with pallet boards. Cheap and rasy

  • Leslie Berryman Leslie Berryman on Jan 20, 2018
    First thing I would do is get a freestanding lamp. That one is huge!
    Then, I would get a couple of small cabinet/shelves hang them a lil off centered and put a lil glass jar of seaglass, old sun glasses, a few lil rocks shells or
    Get a couple of frames add pictures of people fishing glue some rope around the frame and voila

  • Vanessa Vanessa on Jan 24, 2018
    Hi, My thanks to everyone for your ideas. Someone posted that the lamp is too large for the end table. I had this thought myself after i bought them. What do the rest of you think? Thanks again!