With spring knocking on our doors, it is high time to think about sprucing up our homes. Some bright, vivacious colours will cheer up your interior décor and what better way to do it that with some creative DIY wall decorations. Naturally, everyone needs a little bit of inspiration to get their creative juices flowing. Therefore, I browsed through some of my favourite DIY blogs and assembled an amazing portfolio of dazzling and easy-to-make wall decorations.
Toilet Paper Wall Decoration
To get things going, I decided that it is only appropriate to start with something very simple and incredibly budget-friendly – a toilet paper wall art. You need a blank canvas which you can get at any Home Depot and it won’t cost more than $20 and some old toilet paper rolls. Even though the suggestion form Just a Girl Blog is painted in light baby blue, you can do yours in a splash of colours.
Doily Wall Art
We all know crochet is an art. If you love doilies (no matter whether you can make them yourself or you just collect them), you can display your favourite ones in a fascinating manner with the nifty idea from Mod Podge Rocks. This is a fun and playful wall art which will fit perfectly in a shabby chick setting,
3D Geometrical Wall Decoration
For those of you who aren’t afraid of a little challenge, you can do the 3D geometrical wall art. The suggestion was originally posted on Curbly by Brittini Mehloff. The unique installation is a proof that when it comes to colour blocks, you needn’t stick to squares. Personally, I would make something like this for a kid’s bedroom.
No Paint Wall Decoration
If simple, elegant and easy is the way you prefer your DIY projects, the No Paint Artwork is just what you need. Jess Lively has the key to turning a blank white canvas into the perfect swallow-themed wall décor for your bedroom.
Glowing Wall Art
Brit + Co has the most amazing idea for tech-saavy DIY girls. With some chalkboard and fairy lights or an old clock mechanism, you can make your very own romantic glowing wall decoration. The best part – it is so simple that I find it almost genious.
Palette Map Art
Well, if I have to be honest the original idea in Design Sponge recommends slatted wood. However, in my opinion, you can also use palette to make this rustic wall decoration. I will grant you one thing though, you need to be good at drawing and geography to make this one.
Silverware Silhouettes Wall Décor
If you are the type of person who isn’t afraid to cut straight to the point, you would love this dining room wall decoration idea by California Callahans. Silverware silhouettes are perfect for your kitchen or dining room. They look very fancy and would make a splendid addition for your contemporary interior design.