10 Wall Decor Ideas
Welcome to the party! Thanks to everyone who shared last week — we love seeing your projects! Click through the slideshow to see the accent walls and wall decor that were linked up last week, and then scroll down to share your projects this week — you can share any 3 projects you’d like, but this week we are especially looking for great RUGS! If you’ve DIYed, painted (like I did!), or found a great floor covering, share it at the party for a chance to be featured here next week! (PS: We also find most of our awesome guests here at the party, so we really love seeing your creative projects!)
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Paint is the simplest and easiest way to create an accent wall in a room, and Katja from Shift Ctrl Art took it one step further by designing a gallery wall with some needed shelving, too.
Wainscoting is one of my favorite ways to create an accent wall — it’s classic! Check out this wood louver wainscoting by Yvonne of Sunnyside Up-stairs (and then check out our ultimate guide to wainscoting here).
If you’re renting or don’t want a permanent change, a large piece of art might be just the statement your wall needs! See how Dena from Hearts and Sharts made this for just a few bucks.
Simple wooden frames from the craft store make an perfect easy wall decor in this bathroom by Kim of Exquisitely Unremarkable.
Kayla from Home Coming has a lovely office — we love the painted corkboards!
You know I love texture and moldings. Planked walls are a great way to make a wall stand out in a subtle way. See how Brandi from Nest of Bliss DIYed hers.
Got a plate? Got a marker? You’ve got wall decor! See how Corinna from For My Love Of doodled her way to a fun plate display.
Black and white never goes out of style, and this black and white gallery wall by Anna of Home Heart and Hands looks great!
Okay, so this isn’t a wall, but you could easily paint a section of your wall instead of a pantry door! Get the details from Andrea at Decorating Cents.
Decorating a stair wall can be tricky, but Ansley from Vivaciously Vintage did a great job with this gallery wall!
REMODELAHOLICS ANONYMOUS Weekend Party
Remember, you can link up to 3 home posts/projects of any kind to be featured, but we are also looking for projects following a weekly theme to include in an upcoming weekend Top Ten post. This week’s theme is: RUGS. Not fake hair… floor coverings! Show us your bargain finds and DIYs!