Mix It Up: 3 Ways to Create a Changeable Display for Art

Mix It Up: 3 Ways to Create a Changeable Display for Art

Nancy Mitchell
Mar 21, 2014
(Image credit: Emmas Designblogg)

Even if you love your home and it's incredibly beautiful, every once in a while you may get the itch. The urge to try something new. But you can't exactly get new furniture or re-paint the walls every few months, or even every year. That's the genius of these three ideas for changeable art displays. Once you have them in place, you can switch things up to your heart's content, and keep your home feeling fresh year-round, with hardly any trouble at all.

Here's an idea that's super-smart and super easy to execute: hang a clipboard on the wall. Then, clip and display anything that catches your fancy: a new print from Etsy, a page from a magazine, a big printout of your vacation photos. Organizer Jeni Aron includes her clipboards in a gallery wall, but you could also hang a bunch in a grid and use them as an inspiration board, as in the image above from Emmas Designblogg.

This changeable art display, seen in the home of designer Rebecca Robertson, is made from another common office supply that's easily repurposed for decorating. This is an idea that's easy to implement, super cheap, and makes a big impact.

This art display, also from Rebecca Robertson, requires a little more time and commitment, but it's a great way to display children's art, or just whatever happens to be appealing to you at the moment.

So don't let your fear of commitment keep you from decorating — go ahead and try one of these out!

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