After reading Amy’s post on how to make a new house a home, I’ve been majorly inspired to refresh my own apartment. I love to switch things around on a regular basis, and one of the easiest ways to create a huge impact is with wall decor. I’ve rounded up some of our favorite wall decor DIYs. Many of these projects use inexpensive or recycled materials, and they can be done over the course of a weekend. If you need a little pick-me-up for your home, one of these pieces may be just the thing. Enjoy! —
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Image above: You can easily create this sisal rope artwork to add instant texture to your wall or tabletop.
Image above: If you love the look of wall mounted ferns but don’t want to deal with the upkeep, these adorable faux staghorn ferns from Studio Choo are the perfect option and look every bit as amazing as the real thing.
Image above: When Barb featured one of amazing paper taxidermy heads in her Before & After Basics photo shoots, we received dozens of requests for a tutorial. Mollie was more than happy to share her wonderful design, and now you can have a newsprint taxidermy antelope all your own!
Image above: There’s no better way to celebrate spring than to gather some greens and make some beautiful pressed botanical prints!
Image above: This uncommon Valentine’s project can be a great anytime gift and will look awesome on your wall year round.
Image above: Haylie’s sewing notions display art not only brightens up your studio, but it also gives you a place to put those loose buttons and fabric scraps!
Image above: Simple Scandinavian-inspired wooden heart
Image above: Haylie’s vintage flower frogs make a wonderful wall composition.
Image above: These painterly silhouettes would be a great gift for Father’s Day.