You really can't get much cheaper than framing a found object to add to your walls as DIY wall art decor. But even more than saving money, found object art is an awesome thing to add to the home because it shakes things up a bit — and keeps your rooms from looking like one art canvas after another. How do you implement this idea without it looking like you just stuck any old thing in a frame? These ten ideas will come off looking professional, pretty and add a lot of personality to your walls!
Currently at the ICP Educational Gallery through November 23rd, there's a really interesting student photo exhibit, including these pics by Farhad Farman-Farmian. I threw up a few here in this post, but it's worth checking these and the others out this weekend. → ICP.org.
We've all seen the Sharon Montrose's beautiful photographs of animals, and they appear frequently in kid's rooms (especially white, minimalist, Scandinavian-style kids' rooms!). Animal portraits are a great option for kids' decor, so I've rounded up a few other options that might do very well in a child's room.
The other day I packed and moved and unpacked boxes for 13 hours, in preparation for our first night in our new house. My motivation? Family happiness, sure, but also the promise I made myself that when I was done working, I could hang art.
Flat, "regular" art is just fine and dandy for most of your walls. But if you're looking for ideas on how to make a room really have a wow factor, look to DIY art ideas that feature more 3D. Bursting from your walls they grab attention, add a fun element to any room and are even a blast to make. Here are five more ideas.
You saw it. You loved it. You pinned it. You haven't done it yet. You lazy bones. What are you waiting for? More inspiration? More tips? Okay, okay, here you go...here are some of the best and most beautiful ways we've seen engineering prints used in the home along with information and tips to help you make your own.