It’s fair to say that feature walls have had a bad rap in recent years. A beloved decorating device of the Noughties, they fell out of favour because they became ubiquitous and were often done badly; looking random or like a half-hearted attempt to be daring. Done well however, feature walls can be a brilliant way of adding interest to a space. Paint company Little Greene recently reported that sales of their 1 litre tins of strong colours have doubled as customers experiment with more daring hues in small spaces and we predict that feature walls are set to be big design news again in the coming year. With this in mind, here are our 5 do’s and don’ts to ensure a perfect feature wall.