Woven wall hangings are totally on-trend right now, but they can be difficult to place. Sometimes, they’re simply too small on their own, or they need an odd-sized wall. Solve this problem by hanging them on and around an accordion rack, which will help visually fill wall space. Incorporate other bohemian accessories to tie the look together.
Learn how to make this minimalist wall hanging for the stylish grad to display in their new dorm or apartment. Select photos of their closest friends, family and/or favorite pet for a personalized touch they will cherish forever.
This tiny alleyway didn't have much room for a garden. Designer Seth Boor made use of the space off of the bedroom by designing a custom succulent garden wall hanging. The garden wall adds an unexpected touch over a bed of asparagus fern.
A brass rod and some twine are all you need to make a modern display for a few of your prized Instagram images. Hang the photos at different lengths from the rod, and use twine to create a simple hanger for the top.
Rather than searching for a ready-made star with the proper scale and proportion, create a customized wall hanging from wooden yardsticks, spray paint, twinkle lights and twigs. Get the step-by-step instructions.
For a smaller space, like this Austin apartment, vintage suitcases do double duty as interesting visual touches and handy hidden storage. A pretty blue wall hanging introduces color and a sense of movement.
The palette in this nursery is soft and dreamy, neutral shades that take their inspiration from the natural world. For visual interest, designers layered in inviting textures: a trio of wall hangings over the changing table, a cloud-like rug, a thick crocheted throw.
As seen on Love It Or List It, Too, the old piano room was never used so it became the family room with coffered ceilings adjacent to the newly installed fireplace. Jillian brought in a custom made sectional sofa, a wrought iron wall hanging from Egypt and traditional Italian hunting prints to give the family the Tuscan inspired feel they were looking for.
This bedroom starts with a neutral base—striking dark gray walls, a simple white bed—then layers in a myriad of interesting textures. The macrame hanging above the bed leaps out at the eye against the wall's gray. The bed has pillows and a throw made from patterned textiles in bold stripes and flashes of red.
Wrapping seating all the way around this living room—with a break for the beautiful fireplace—instantly makes the space so cozy. It's a nice juxtaposition to the wide, open seascapes framed in by the huge windows.