Today I'm showing you my top 10 wall art ideas that anyone can do. If your looking for crafty ideas to help you decorate your bare walls, this post is for you! Here are my 10 DIY wall art ideas that just about anyone can do.
As you can see, I stick to the same group of colors with most of my art: blues, white, beige, black, neutrals. It's what complements my home, and it allows me to move my art from one room to the next. From a decorating standpoint, it makes things a lot easier, and it makes your home more cohesive. That being said, it's your art and your home....make it work for you.
So, let's get started.
#1. DIY Sequin Wall Art
#1. DIY Sequin Wall Art
This took me less than 30 minutes, and cost me less than $5. All you need is and old frame (got mine at a thrift store), spray paint, hotglue, and jumbo sequins. Put it all together and you get a chic little piece of art that can truly go anywhere. See more info here.
#2. The Gallery Wall
For the gallery wall in my office, I chose to combine a couple small mirrors, some random sailboat thrift store art, black and white photographs, and some maps. See more info here.
I created my bird art for free! You can see how I did it here.
For the art wall in our guest bedroom, I made key silhouette art using a Sharpie. See more here.
For the gallery wall in our living room, I created a fun art series of deer and antler silhouettes. This was another art idea that cost me pennies. See more here.
I created this painting using an old shelf from my laundry room and some leftover house paint. It's one of my faves. See more here.
I made some fun art for our kitchen using leftover paintchips. See more here.
#8. Chevron Wall Art
I created a giant canvas chevron painting for our living room. All it took was some leftover wall paint and some masking tape. See here.
This is another large-scale canvas wall art option that is super easy. I used a fun Moroccan stencil for this one. See more here.
The piece above was super popular on my blog. I made this one with masking tape, too. See more here.
#11. Striped Mirror
Just because I love ya, here's a bonus #11! If you don't want to use art, you can always hang a mirror with a funky frame instead! I took one of my plain black mirrors and completely transformed it by spray painting stripes on it. You can see the full tutorial here.
Hope I gave you some good ideas for your next empty wall!
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