Some DIY-able Wall Art
April 19, 2012 § 1 Comment
It’s funny how there are spots in our house that fell together very effortlessly, and have stayed the same for three years without any or with just minor change. Then there are spots that I need to tweak and twiddle because for one reason or another they just don’t work.
I’ve been struggling with a few wall art issues for a while now without success. Mulling things over over time, as I prefer to do, hasn’t worked, so I finally decided that I should concentrate on them more. That means searching for inspiration! 🙂 Before a busy weekend, I wanted to share a few inspiring finds from the amazing Interwebs.
Stina came up with a clever way to hang a lot of small pictures:
Love the large blue/white-ish/green painting in the room below by Adelaide Bragg:
Found via Desire to Inspire. (DIY-able dependinng on your art skills, of course.)
I just love Jenny’s idea to blow up a black and white photo in a copy shop:
Little Green Notebook. Check out how she mounted the copy on foam board and painted the edges!
Elle at Ellementary Home did a wonderful job with this DIY ombre-paintchip-herringbone wall art:
Like Roel Vaessen, for a modern take on a plate wall, hang photos of plates instead:
Found via Bloesem blog.
This tiny apartment kitchen styled by Janet Lee has fabric on the cabinet doors and mirrors up on the walls in lieu of traditional wall art:
Found via design*sponge.
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