Wall Decor / September 3, 2018 / Zion Fenton.
Hit the thrift store and look for unexpected pieces to frame. Here, European grain sacks make a striking visual impact when framed and paired in three. If you want to bring a space to life, this might be for you. Learn how to create your own living wall. If you want to bring a space to life but are not ready to invest in a full on living wall, consider low maintenance succulents in wall mounted planters.
Instead, choose smaller pieces that can be laid like a collage or gallery wall like the contemporary living room above. Hang wall art in a diptych or triptych pattern, which is basically two, three or more panels of art that flow. Be sure to leave at least 2 inches between the pieces. You can do bigger spacing if you have a huge wall, just keep it consistent.
Styled ledges are having a moment. This is the perfect option if you are a person who likes to switch things up frequently. Do you like the idea of a tapestry but want something more glam? Go for a beaded wall hanging. Here, the beaded wall piece beautifully accentuates the teal upholstered chair. Blow up your own black and white photo, and hang it on a prominent wall to create a meaningful art piece on the cheap.
Paint or stain it to match your rooms color scheme. Pack a powerful punch on a large wall by hanging a colorful tapestry. Choose a pattern that complements your rooms design. Round mirrors are hot right now and work well with multiple design styles. They are a great way to fill a wall without adding color or business. Move over, gallery walls!