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13 Hall Decor Ideas That You Can DIY In A Jiffy

Your hallways don’t have to be bare and nixed of personalization. There are a plethora of ways to jazz up those naked walls. From art projects to alternatives to tradition, let’s take a peek. Below you’ll find 13 hall decor ideas that you can DIY in a jiffy and never mess up. These can easily be done by novice crafters or our veterans alike!

1. Pressed Plant Frames

Pressed plant glass frames diy 2

Add a breath of fresh air to the hallways with these frames. Remodelaholic will guide you through the process of taking real plants and turning them into pieces of art. They fit in well with all types of interior design style – from modern to boho.

2. Yarn Hanging

Diy yarn boho hanging

Learn how to whip up a trendy yarn hanging (or two for larger spaces) and hang them in the hallways. They add subtle charm and beautiful texture to any and all places they’re included. Grab the tutorial at Designing Vibes.

3. Letter Board

How to make an oversized letter board wall diy giant holiday wreath

This oversized letter board from We Lived Happily Ever After is perfect for a family home and could be a great addition to the hallways of the home. Make sure you install on the main floor so guests can enjoy it as well – and the green wreath addition is such a breath of fresh air!

4. Hanging Shelves

Diy hanging shelves

Why Don’t You Make Me created these geo hanging shelves that also a lovely way to dress up the hallways. It’s a great way to show off your smaller trinkets and knick-knacks. Choose your colors wisely depending on if your vision is more contemporary or bohemian.

5. Coat Rack

Diy coat rack modern

What’s so great about this project is that it’s both functional and stylish. The Sorry Girls created a minimalistic-lovers dream rack. Hang your coats and add a bout of modern vibe to the front hallway.

6. Tree Bench

Entryway tree hall bench diy

Another perfect piece for the front hallway is this entryway tree bench. It’s a great way to neatly organize the family’s stuff. Angela Marie Made will show you how to make this larger – functional and traditionally sweet – bit for your home.

7. Inspirational Signs

Diy inspirational farmhouse wood signs

Inspirational signs are always a great route to take in terms of home decor and that’s why we’re showcasing this scene from The Crafting Nook. You can personalize any one of these frames and use them as a focal piece for your hallway – both upstairs or down!

8. White Frames

Monochromatic frames hallway diy

Sometimes frames are all you need to make something happen. A bit of thrifting and some spray paint, you too can create this same scene. This is all about crips lines and texture – thanks for the idea Emma’s Design.

9. Bookshelves

Diy built in hallway bookshelves

For those that have a larger book collection and without a library to speak up, utilize those hallways. Some built-in shelves will make a huge difference! Just take a peek at this space from Home Bunch.

10. Slim Storage

Real home for 91 magazine
Real Home for 91 Magazine

Over at Happy Interior Blog you’ll find this interesting scene. When you have a smaller space to work with – think about adding mirrors to give the illusion of more space. And, if you’re lucky, find or create some slim storage to remove any possibility of clutter.

11. Picture Ledge

Diy picture ledge

Christinas Adventures showcased a picture ledge that’s wonderful for all kinds of hallways – big or small. Fill up the ledges (or ledges) with multiple pieces of art or family memories. You’ll just need some recycled wood to get started.

12. Ring Wreath

Diy ring wreath with florals

Check out how to whip up one of these gorgeous ring wreaths for the hallway. Actually, making multiple in varying sizes would be a fantastic move – and personalize the florals to your liking as well. Check it out at The Repurposed Nanny.

13. Minimal Gallery

Diy minimal modern gallery wall

This minimal gallery from A Pretty Fix is a beautiful bout of inspiration as well. You can DIY any of these pieces – easily – yourself – with some paper and frames or you can go on the hunt for the right bits in the stores. Then it’s up to you to design the gallery inside the hallway!