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4 Ways to Dress Your Walls in Something Other Than Photographs
by Kimberly Foerst on 0 comments
Hanging framed family photos is a very common way to decorate the walls of one’s home, but it’s not the most stylish look for a space. It’s time to get more imaginative and decorate your walls with something other than portraits.
Here are some of our favorite options for decorating your walls more creatively and creating a beautifully styled look in your home.
1. Macramé – We love macramé hangings because they are so versatile. It can be used as a window covering, as a room divider, and more. This vintage style is back in fashion and adds a textured look to your wall.
2. Moss Wall – Instead of painting an accent wall, create a moss wall instead. For indoor use, preserved moss is recommended. The texture and color will be an instant talking point for your guests.
3. Decorative Plates – This is especially a great idea if you have some older antique plates or unique plates from your travels that you want to display but don’t want to use for meals. Rather than hanging them in a straight line or creating squares or rectangles, try creating a wave pattern or mixing bigger and smaller plates to create a gallery wall of plates.