There’s nothing more boring than staring at a blank wall! So what should you do to make those blank walls work? Adding extravagant paintings or wall art requires for you to spend significantly and you don’t need to burn a hole in the pocket to spruce up your walls. There are plenty of DIY projects that will turn your dull and boring blank wall into a chic and snazzy one! So, to help you out we bring you 7 blank wall DIYs to spruce up your home. Check them out.
1. DIY Artsy Calendar
Whoever thinks that calendars cannot work as a wall art have probably not seen this DIY! To make this artsy calendar, make use of store-bought picture frame and cover the inside of the frame with scrapbook paper. Now, use a glue to attach a calendar to the paper. Ensure that you are using a calendar with tear-off pages to easily remove the months, once they’re over.
2. DIY Books Gallery Wall
In case you have worn out or old books at home, then turn them into a fun book-inspired gallery wall. Take out the cover from the books and frame them up to give your home a new dimension. In case you don’t have any old books that are ready to be discarded or donated, then think of scanning your favorite book covers and then printing and having them framed.
3. DIY Botanical Print
Since it’s summer, then why not give your home a refreshing makeover! Bring in some green charm with this super-easy DIY botanical print wall art. Silk or plastic green leaves are laid on a canvas and a layer of spray paint creates this beautiful botanical print artwork.
4. Gallery Shelf
Add character to a blank wall by installing a floating shelf onto it. Paint the shelf in a similar tone as the wall. Now use it to display chic artwork and pictures.
5. DIY Headboard Art
Don’t have a headboard? Make one now! Add a dose of personality to your bedroom by creating a gallery wall-cum-headboard. To imitate this grid-like layout, make use of black-framed wall art of a similar size and hang them close to each other. Ensure that you leave 2-3 inches between the frame edges.
6. Repurposed Art
Give those old bone-china serving plates a new purpose by turning them into a piece of art. Simply paint them into different patterns and use them as an artsy piece!
7. Stylish Silhouettes
Add some drama to your kitchen with stylish silhouettes like these! To make this DIY, use black colored art paper to make cut-outs of different appliances. These cut-outs are then supported with photocopied pages from an old cookbook, making them blend well with the kitchen vibes.