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How To Masterfully Hang Art In Your Dining Area

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Texture Adds Interest Too
Pretty and practical, adding upholstery to a wall can work to help minimize noise especially if you have a lot of hard surfaces like wood, metal, or concrete. "It helps with acoustics," says Mia Jung of Ike Kligerman Barkley. "The upholstered panels in a softer color also added warmth to the room which is important for balance if the furniture style is more industrial."