You love your home. Who can blame you? That couch is addictively cozy. The ceramic vases you bought in Paris have been arranged to effortless perfection. The bowl of lemons on the dining-room table are a veritable still life. It’s just that, well, something’s missing … The walls. They’re barren. And oh, baby, does it show. A common dilemma. Art (capital A) can be intimidating, limiting, and expensive. A coat of paint is a good trick, but empty chartreuse walls are still … empty. Time for wall decor. Not as serious as art but a step up from nothing (or, worse, posters), Miranda Shanti’s wall hangings come in countless colors, sizes (choose from tall and skinny or big and square or customize), and countless patterns. The Mid-Century collection references Eames and Girard; the Contemporary collection includes variations on dots, florals, and stripes. Hang three panels together for a triptych. Hang one alone for a statement. Prices fall in the $200-$300 range. Just about what you’d fork over for a good set of sheets. See? Nothing to be afraid of. You can master your domain. Even the scary parts. To see styles, find a retailer near you, or fill out an order form go to msdecor.com.