There are so many different ways to bring in a splash of personalization to your space. From canvas works to window dressings, you have an endless amount of options. And today, we’re showing off 18 wall hanging DIYs that will dress up the walls of your bedroom in a lot of stylistic and unique variations. Take a peek at these tutorials and start creating!
Yarn can be an inexpensive and easy tool to utilize in your wall art creations. At HGTV.com you’ll find a fabulous tutorial on how to take the age-old material and turn it into something bohemian and modernly on trend for your interior design needs. It’s a beautiful (and easily personalizable) wall hanger for your home.
A Beautiful Mess will walk you throughout the weaving process. This macrame-inspired beauty is also right on trend with the interior design waves. Use this to spruce up a neutral-loving bedroom or carefree living room space.
Tassels can be a really fun addition to. They’ll give you the texture you want on the walls but with extra bouts of feminine spirits to finish off the final product. Hop on over to Homey Oh My to grab all the details behind its creation.
Lauren Conrad went with a ring wall hanger that we’re swooning for. These designs blend bohemian style and contemporary appeal in significant ways. The metal and fabric mixing is a nice touch as well. Play with colors to find your own personalized stamp on the project.
A classic macrame wall hanger may be right up your ally as well. Delicate and eclectic, it’s always a great piece to add to the walls. Check out this ombre creation by visiting our friends at Classy Clutter.
We’re definitely advocates for including photos to your home’s decor. This is a wonderful way to incorporate your personality to the workings of the house without becoming too much of a Pinterest copycat. Homey Oh My will provide you with all the know-how behind this contemporary photo wall hanging.
7. Pom Poms
Who isn’t a fan of pom poms? With this project, you can turn nostalgia into something pretty for your home. We’re loving these earthbound colors and tones as well, making it a wonderful addition to a home with a more organic sense of style. Check it out at Burkatron.
If you’re looking for more modern jewelry for your wall, we’d like to direct you back our to the geniuses behind A Beautiful Mess. Chains are a great way to bring in both feminity to your interior but also a bit of industrial effect as well. There are so many different routes to take – attach them to art pieces or metal rings.
At Lia Griffith we can learn how to make a star-inspired piece that’s perfect for more ethereal spirits or nurseries. Use raw branches or copper rods as the foundation. Then you can even make your stars from scratch by utilizing clay (and paint for a pop of color).
10. Latch Hook
Well, we’ve found another beautiful wall hanging that you can DIY with some help from A Beautiful Mess. This latch hook design may be able to teach you a new skill while creating something textural and unique for your home. This will provide a newfound focus for any room its added to.
String art is a thing and it’s a thing we can all accomplish, even our most novice of crafters. At Homebnc, you will be able to follow along and learn how to make one of these beauties happen inside of your home. As a makeshift headboard, a focal piece for an accent wall or behind the couch are all great places to display.
Here’s another modern take on some of the yarn wall hangings that we’ve seen around. Decoist featured this angled piece and we’re really inspired by the colorblocking and shape. You can so easily recreate this at home as well with any kind of foundation you choose.
We’re big fans of greenery in our home as well, especially when it’s a clean paletted space to work with. The organic appeal we see here from the glam shack is such a great space for bringing in a breath of fresh air. Take the leap and figure out how you can make some of these pieces for yourself – including an entire gallery wall on one of your bare corners.
Using clay, you can make some contemporary wall hangings as well. Utilize yarn or other fabric strings to finish off the design. This one comes from us here at DIYS.com – including an easy-to-follow tutorial.
No Compass Necessary went a different route but still in the realm of Mother Nature’s favorites. If you love greenery but want a unique spin on the texture, try adding succulents to the walls. This wreath is so inspiring and will tug at the strings of you boho heart.
16. Moon Phases
Be Makeful has one of our favorite projects on the list. This is a great project to take up for a nursery, play room, home office, or even a bedroom that has an ethereal spirit. Turn your love of the moon into something tangible for the home.
Then we have this charming rainbow creation found at Pure Sweet Joy. This two could be easily added to a home’s gallery wall or as a highlight in a child’s nursery. If you want to text your crafting skills, this would be the project to do it on.
Moms and Crafters will show you how you can put all of those fabric scraps and ribbon bits to good use. Just turn them into something for the walls. It’s got a vintage style that draws us in and one that will look beautiful on netural-toned walls.