In our house, our bedroom is one of the spaces that we love crafting the most for. Because it’s entirely our own, it’s the spot that we feel the most happy filling with whatever we want and however we wanted to make it, to our heart’s content! There’s something very satisfying about knowing that the walls of our room are covered in our very own art. That’s why we’re always on the lookout for awesome new homemade decor projects that we like the look of but haven’t tried before!
1. Rustic X’s and O’s wall art
Is your room already filled with that particular mix of rustic and industrial elements that make it feel at once old fashioned and cozy, as though you’ve reclaimed most of your pieces? Well, especially if you’re looking for a simple way to work with wood or metal for the first time, then we think you might really appreciate the way Beckham and Belle created this rustic X’s and O’s wall art!
2. Fabric mounted and framed pressed flowers
Are you feeling very enthusiast indeed about the idea of making something that looks quite vintage or old fashioned despite being freshly made by your own hands, but you’re just not sure heavy things like wood and metal are the kinds of things you want to work with? Well, if you’ve ever enjoyed the process of pressing flowers, then we think you might prefer the way this lovely, pretty pressed flower and framed fabric art outlined in detail on Design Love Fest looks!
3. Moon phases copper garland
Have you always been the kind of person who adores metallics in their personal fashion and decor, so you’re always on the lookout for new ways to incorporate things like gold, silver, and copper, into your aesthetic? In that case, we think you just might be the perfect person to try out the way Jest Cafe made this stunning copper garland that is shaped all the way across like the different phases of the moon.
4. Giant hexagon confetti art
Well, we know these hexagons might not actually be giant compared to some DIY wall art pieces, but they’re pretty darn big as far as confetti goes! We love the way Tara Dennis added a metallic finish to their room a little bit differently by covering an entire canvas in alternating confetti shapes laid together like a mosaic.