DIY Moon Phase Wind Chime

DIY clay lunar wind chime

I think we can all agree that moon phases continue to be all the rage. Not wanting to pass up on this bohemian trend, I brought moon symbols into my home with a lunar wind chime – keep reading to see how!          

Materials

What you'll need to make a moon phase wind chime

 

Step

Lay down some parchment paper over your workspace. Continue Reading

Easy DIY Boho Chic Fall Wall Hanging

Autumn wall hanging

Whenever falls rolls around, I like to experiment with unique decorations that stray a bit from the traditional orange pumpkins and red leaves. This year I made a unique triangular shaped wall hanging with a decidedly bohemian vibe… and today I'm sharing the tutorial with you guys. Keep reading to check out the full tutorial!     

 

Materials

Easy DIY Boho Chic Fall Wall Hanging | By Curbly #diy #fall #boho
Photo:  Faith Towers Provencher

 

Step

Easy DIY Boho Chic Fall Wall Hanging | By Curbly #diy #fall #boho
Photo:  Faith Towers Provencher

Begin by gluing the ends of the leather cord to the ends of the wooden dowel on the back side. Continue Reading

Interesting Wall Decor Ideas Using Everyday Items

Interesting Wall Decor Using Everyday Items
Photo: Stitch Design Co.

Expensive art isn't for everybody. Sometimes you just need a creative way to fill a large wall without breaking the bank. Don't get me wrong, I love hanging artwork on my walls… but I have some areas in my home that are just too large to fill with big, pricey paintings right now. So today I'm sharing lots of interesting wall decor ideas using everyday items you probably already have at home.    Continue Reading

How High Should I Hang A Picture: The Ultimate Cheat Sheet

How high to hang pictures? Wall art placement tips

How high to hang pictures? Should they be at eye level? Does that mean my eye level or the eye level of the average person? What if I have very high ceilings? What about those gallery walls everyone is posting Pinterest pictures of? It's a lot to think about, right? Sometimes it seems as if there are as many answers to this question as there are different kinds of houses. This quick cheat sheet is designed to help you make this decision based on your own interior, and find the perfect height to hang pictures in your home. Continue Reading

Make This: Easy Wall-Mounted Air Plant Holder

Make This!: Wall-mounted air plant holder

One of the things I love about air plants – also known as tillandsia – is that they can be displayed in virtually unlimited ways. With soil out of the picture, an air plant can live in any container, on any ledge, in any opening, on any surface; they are one of the most versatile plants in terms of home decor. Which, for someone like me who loves crafting things, is the gift that keeps on giving. Continue Reading

How To: Scalloped Wood & Wool Wall Hanging

diy wood wall hanging
photo: Nalle's House

If you love the look of large woven wall hangings, but don't have the budget (or patience to knit!) to snag one of your own, this scalloped wooden version is a great stand-in! And it looks easy enough that anyone could do it!       

 

diy wood wall hanging
photo: Nalle's House

Check out the full tutorial in all its scallop-y goodness over on Nalle's House!

DIY Wooden Wall Hanging by [Nalle's House] Continue Reading

Make It: A Scandinavian-Inspired DIY Wall Hanging!

created at: 08/18/2011

My love for all things Scandinavian knows no bounds.  It’s such a clean, warm, and modern aesthetic… with a touch of rustic charm thrown in for good measure.  How could you not like it, right?  If you’ve found yourself enamored with this style as well, here’s a super simple DIY project that’s sure to be right up your alley!  

 

This charming DIY wall hanging tutorial comes to us from Swedish blogger Anna-Malin Lindgren as part of her monthly series for Decor8.   Continue Reading

Make a Tin Can Star Curtain/Wall Hanging

created at: 03/02/2010

Ansie shows us how to make a tin can stars that she then turned into a curtain/wall hanging out The outcome is nothing less than extraordinary. If you agree and want to make one of your own, here’s what you’ll need to make the stars:    

  • empty soft drink cans
  • utility or kitchen scissors
  • star template
  • permanent marker
  • ruler
  • an awl or thick needle or nail
  • flat-nosed pliers

To see the step by step tute, follow this link to Ansie’s blog. Continue Reading