Wall Decor / March 5, 2018 / Milena Mock.
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.
The things you hang on your walls tell the story of who you are. Leave your walls blank and you will feel like you are living in a hotel. Bring in the right art, photos and wall décor and you will have a home with a wonderful sense of culture and personality. For whatever reason, many people make the mistake of hanging art and décor too high.
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.