In recent weeks, we’ve spent an inordinate amount of time staring at the blank spaces on our walls. This isn’t in vain, of course; we’ve been thinking about how we can use our DIY skills to fill those spaces with decorative and artistic things! That’s how we found ourselves scouring the Internet for new, creative wall hanging ideas that we think will suit our space.
Are you interested in trying your hand at making unique, beautiful DIY wall hangings too? Check out these 15 ideas, designs, and tutorials that stood out to us in our search!
1. Super easy DIY macrame tutorial
Whether you’re a beginner to the world of macrame or whether you’re experienced in it but just looking for something you can make quickly and easily, here’s a tutorial that will help you out either way! Hey Lila Hey guides you step by step through the process of making this knotted macrame wall hanging that slightly resembles the friendship bracelets you might have made as a kid as summer camp, but in a way that’s more neutral and subtle.
2. Wavy macrame wall hanging
Did we actually really catch your attention when we started talking about the idea of making macrame wall hangings but you are quite experienced indeed, so you’d prefer something that’s a little more of a challenge? In that case, we think you’ll get along a little better with something like this waving knotted macrame tutorial outlined in clear detail on Macrame School!
3. Jumbo pom pom wall hanging
Are you the kind of person who would almost always involve more colour and texture whenever possible? In that case, we’d definitely suggest checking out how We Are Scout created this super fun jumbo pom pom wall hanging using their scrap yarn! We love their neutrally toned colour scheme, but we think this concept would look really cool in pastels or bright colours too.
4. DIY fabric quote banner
Of course, ropes, strings, and macrame techniques aren’t the only elements you can put to work when it comes to making a wall hanging! Just in case you’re more of a text based person, here’s an awesome guide from Homemade Ginger that shows you how to make something with more of a banner style. Choose any quote you please, so long as it fits on your fabric!
5. Feather and leather thong wall hanging
Are you actually so intrigued by the idea of choosing neutrally toned decor pieces and nature inspired things that you’d rather make the natural element a little more explicit? Then we have a feeling you’ll get along a little better with something like this leather thong and feather design outlined in great detail on Homey Oh My.
6. Pull-down style fabric wall hanging
Did we actually really catch your attention with the idea of making a fabric based or banner style wall hanging instead of something created from ropes and strings but you’re just not so sure that text is really the direction you want to take things in? Then check out this tutorial from Francoise et Moi instead! They show you how to make a beautiful pull-down style piece from a graphic fabric design you love.
7. Table runner, yarn, and gold bead wall hanging
Just because you want to make a fabric based wall hanging, of course, doesn’t mean you can’t involve some element or yarn, knotting, weaving, or macrame! We’re really big fans of the way The Lovely Drawer used a table runner as their base and embellished it with not only a bit of creative knotting but also some gold beads for a little extra glam.
8. Rock hearts and sea glass branch hanging
Maybe you’re still thinking about this idea of making natural looking wall hangings but you’re slightly more intrigued by the concept of what you can find in nature? Perhaps you’re just a lover of seaside aesthetics and you’re looking for something with a beachy theme. In either case, we think you’ll really appreciate the way Sustain My Craft Habit created this heart shaped rock and sea glass wall hanging using a small piece of driftwood as their base.
9. Test tube bud planter hanging
Are you actually a total green thumb in addition to being a craft addict, so you’re always looking for ways to combine the two whenever possible? In that case, we’d absolutely suggest taking a look at how Hearts and Sharts created this upcycled chic wall piece that adds a bit of floral beauty to the space! They show you how to make it happen using a slab of wood, small metal brackets, and some repurposed test tubes, just like the kind you used in high school science class.
10. Layered wooden wall hanging
Perhaps you’re feeling rather interested in the idea of incorporating wood into your design but you’re not attached to the idea that it has to look natural or rustic? Then perhaps you’d like to try your hand at this project from Nalle’s House that shows you how to paint and layer rounded off paint stir sticks in order to create a lovely shingled effect.
11. Wooden dowel and vine hanging
Are you actually still thinking about the idea of incorporating some kind of green element into your design but you’re just not sure that the slightly industrial chic looking test tube design we showed you earlier will quite suit your space? Then we have a feeling you might get along a little better with something like this simple, more minimalist wooden dowel and green vine concept outlined step by step on Homedit.
12. DIY faux fur wall hanging
If you’re going to make some kind of wall hanging from scratch, would you rather create something that looks a little ore grand and unconventional than some of the things you’ve seen so far? In that case, we think you might get a real kick out of the way A Joyful Riot created banner style hangings from faux fur! They immediately add a historical sense to the space, like you’ve stepped back in time, but only in the details since the white background and contemporary furniture keeps things feeling modern.
13. Colourful agate slice wall hanging
Have your favourite natural elements to pay tribute to in decor and accessories always been gems and stones? In that case, you just might be the perfect person to give this colourful sliced agate piece outlined step by step on Adorablest a try! They show you how to carefully hang the pieces with clear crafting line so they almost appear to float before the branch base.
14. Brass and wood minimalist wall hanging
Did we actually really catch your attention with out use of the word “minimalist” but you’re still on the lookout for an aesthetic that works a little better for your space than what you’ve seen so far? In that case, we’d definitely suggest taking a look at how Homedit used wooden beads and metallic crafting rings to create a wall hanging piece that’s a little more artistic.
15. Vertical succulent garden
Just in case you’re not quite finished with the idea of making pretty wall hangings that also let you include an element of greenery in your room, here’s a unique idea that lets you hope on the currently very popular succulent trend too! Take a better look at this tutorial from 17 Apart to see how easily they made this vertical succulent garden that appears to defy gravity.
Have you made other kinds of awesomely unique DIY wall hangings before that you were very happy with indeed and maybe even still have on display but that you don’t see here on our list? Tell us all about what you created and how you did it or link us to photos of your finished work in the comments section!
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