Circular Sensation: for the Study: Kick up your walls with curvy circles. Arrange circular pieces on a wall, starting with the object you want to be in the middle. From there, build out your arrangement, ensuring that each piece touches an adjacent piece. This wall-art installment features a mix of round mirrors and painted embroidery hoops, some of which have fabric stretched inside of them.
Reflective Artwork:Looking for a quick but stunning way to fill up a blank wall? Try an oversize mirror. This once-dull corner comes to life with a large mirror in a bright blue frame. The mirror adds style to the room and reflects light around the space, making it feel larger
Furnish an Entry:Primer, two coats of white paint, a simple cushion, and new casters complete the exterior overhaul. For functional art above, paint an old frame to match the chest, insert a wallpaper sample, and secure branches with heavy-duty glue to create a hat rack.
Showcase Fall Memories: Display family photos in a frame made by nature. Tie branches with twine and add evergreen tassels, then insert photos in the branches, clipping them on, if needed, to hold in place.
Fall Elegance: Rather than a bouquet of flowers, go for a bouquet of autumn leaves. The bright and ever-changing colors bring a burst of vibrance to the room. Plus, this look couldn't be simpler. Snip some small branches off a tree in your yard, or for a longer-lasting look, purchase faux leaves at a local crafts store.