We’re concerned. We’ve talked to your housemates, your parents, your partner, even your gerbil, and these DIY home improvement projects, they’ve…they’ve got to stop. It’s time to put down the duct tape. You can’t rely on 3-D glasses to function as well as safety goggles and no, baking soda doesn’t get rid of all stains. And the employees at your local hardware store. They’re weary. They can only custom cut so many sections of PVC pipe before they start using it as a shield against you.
But we understand. You’re unique- you dig self-discovery, you crave ownership of your space, and you want your pad to scream “ME!” So might we suggest these easy DIY wall art ideas to upgrade your space instead? No knowledge of electrical circuitry necessary, minimal assembly required. Win for you, win for your walls, win for all your loved ones.
Sincerely, your Mom, friend, coworker, neighbor, partner, gerbil, and that guy at the hardware store
Living Room Wall Art Ideas
Remember when you tried unsuccessfully to build bookshelves out of those crumbling antique wooden pallets you found at the antique fair? And when you tried to color match your own paint with beet juice? Maybe it’s time to take a look at some creative and unique living room wall art ideas that are easy and 1000% mess-free.
Tapestries- an inexpensive way to add a lot of color to your living room. And to cover those holes in your walls…so long, spackle.
Exhibit Your Equipment
Walls aren’t only for pictures- store your stuff vertically and never lose your headphones again.
Life’s a beach when you bring the ocean indoors. But skip the sand because nobody likes to find that in their pants three days later.
Bathroom Wall Art Ideas
Leave the leaky pipes to a plumber please. Here are some whiz-bang wall art ideas for where you do your uh, business.
Invite the muses to preside over your morning routine. They’ll have nothing but the best things to say about you. In fact, they probably won’t say anything at all. And sometimes silence is golden.
Every picture tells a story. Which comes in handy when you’ve read every magazine in the bathroom. Twice. But we’re not implying anything.
Bedroom Wall Art Ideas
Your bedroom should be a serene retreat away from the table saw and hot glue gun. So here’s some inspiration for your hideaway.
Challenge: Stand on one leg and try not to ruffle your feathers while hanging these colorful 1970’s themed drapes.
Collect All The Things
Sometimes clutter is a good thing- if you have cool, vintage clutter straight outta disco inferno.
Arranging posters in a grid pattern can add much needed structure and organization to your space. Even if you didn’t have time to make your bed or throw away your pizza box.
Always keep a glass of water next to your bed to accidentally dump on your thirsty florals.
Some More Wall Art Ideas That Are So Cool We Didn’t Want To Pigeonhole them Into One Category
Inspiration here. For those lesser used corners of your house…remember the laundry room? We know you haven’t visited it in a while. Or the parlor? Or that medieval watchtower you tried to install as the first line of defense against those pesky utility bill deliveries? It’s walls are looking bare and so…feudal.
Dolla Dolla Bill
Postcards. At a dollar a pop, they’re much cheaper than framed prints and are easy to switch out depending on your mood, the time of day, or what you ate for lunch on Tuesday.
Few things are more basic than circles and squares. But few things look as polished and stylishly minimal. So despite popular opinion, sometimes basic can be ok and have nothing to do with stretchy pants.
Not This Guy Again…
Another bribe-worthy friend who may need to be reminded that pictures are for holding, not eating.
Binder Clips Blah Blah binder Clips
We know you’ve done it before, stolen office supplies from work. That’s what they’re there for. Yes, we’re giving you permission.
An Important Postscript:
This intervention has officially ended. Here’s hoping you understand that we all only want what’s best for you and your walls. And those tireless hardware employees who just want a home-cooked dinner with their families? They applaud your efforts. We’ll smile when we see that tool kit put back in the basement, those 3-D glasses returned to the movie theater, and that baking soda put back in the fridge. It’s time to go find yourself in some art- you deserve it.