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Looking for fresh ideas for your walls this year? You might already have enough canvases and frames adorning your home's flat surfaces, so why not make your rooms pop with something 3D and textured? We've found ten projects that will give your walls a tactile edge.

Top photo: DIY Macrame Wall Hanging via A Pair & A Spare.

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A bold rainbow-hued DIY 3D Geometric Paper Sculpture (or a subdued one, as in the one pictured via KNOT Magazine) spotted on MAKE:'s YouTube channel.

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Love the idea of mixing origami and wall art and the idea of placing it over and atop existing furniture. Try the Sculptural Origami Pyramid Wall Art via Curbly.

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The crafter placed puff paint on a canvas for this textured effect, but there's no reason why you couldn't place this Puff paint texture via Virginia & Charlie directly on a wall.

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This is definitely an undertaking of a DIY, but this Dowel wall art via Crazinessensues would certainly deliver some texture to your wall.

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Simple, effective, affordable and repurposing. Love Meg's DIY Wall Art: $10 & 10 Minutes.

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You can apply a texture idea to Mid-Century Style with these 3D Starburst Orbs via HGTV Handmade.

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This colorful, fabric wreath via A Beautiful Mess doesn't have to just be for the holidays — you could make a few in your home's color palette for some soft hanging wall texture.

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This Magazine prism via A Merry Mishap was originally intended to be placed on tabletops and shelves, but we think a little adhesive engineering could easily see this translated to wall art.

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These DIY Triangle Shelves via A Beautiful Mess are meant for mini-storage, but use a lot of them and a repetitive, textural pattern could arise from one of your walls.

Do you have textural art displayed on any of your walls? How did you pull it off?