A bare wall is a real eyesore. The best way to decorate walls really is to make something yourself; not only will it save you from having to spend too much money, but whatever you create will be unique and customized to your personal taste. Instead of splurging a fortune on an art installation, it is time you got a bit more hands on with things. DIY wall art and decorating ideas are fun, fascinating and can be a great way to bring the family together over the weekend. We have some gorgeous DIY wall art projects that look high end gathered here for you.
1. Hanging Yarn Art
This is quite possibly one of the simplest things to make; if you think about it, all you’re doing is tying yarn strands to a twig. The fun comes with picking the colors and deciding on how long or short you want the strands – I find that the irregularity really adds to the charm.
2. Triangle Pixels
Ok so this one involves painting, but there’s actually more math to it than there is art. All you have to do is copy the triangles onto a canvas and pixelate it using photoshop. Don’t get too hung up about perfect lines – the blurriness just adds to the pixelated look.
3. Paper Rosette Backdrop
This is a quick and wonderful way to add color to any setting. These beautiful paper rosettes instantly light up a setting and are a smart and easy way to add color to a party setting. Just change the color combination to green and red for a Christmas-themed decoration or to spooky violet and orange for a Halloween touch!
4. Bubbles With Tissue Paper
This bold DIY is pretty basic and costs almost next to nothing. Working with a wet tissue paper demands a tad bit of patience and you can alter the colors and the shape of the cut to create bright patterns using triangles or even random shapes.
5. Wooden Map
Regardless of whether you’re a seasoned traveler or still making your adventure plans, world maps remain a favorite when it comes to decorating. Wooden map only requires some tracing and staining – nothing you can’t handle! A fun way to personalize this is to add pins to the places where you’ve been till date.