Anthropologie inspiration::creative wall decor

One of my favorite shops to browse during some down time is Anthropologie. The store transforms regularly with inspiring and unique displays. My latest visit did not disappoint!  This wall gallary was put together with such simple items, and looks effortless. They always showcase out-of-the-box displays, making my shopping experience that much better.

 

The painted canvas displayed in all directions is very clever and clearly unique.

 

 

I find different and unique inspiring.  I enjoy seeing creative wall displays, whether it is somewhat funky, artsy, or clean and simple. Imperfect and positioned can be perfectly styled.   Take a look at these creative ways…

 

I love the idea of using a mixture of objects for wall art, like this example shared by decor8.

 

 

Mixing frames and typography is fun, personal, and they are easy to find objects–cute Pinterest find.

 

 

This is a great idea if you need a new purpose for all your baskets- image courtesy of HGTV.

 

 

I’m drawn to the grouping of a collection of frames, interesting objects, or similar shapes hung as wall art. Grouping items together can make one cohesive statement. These lanterns are a perfect example from HGTV.

 

 

…and a collective grouping of mirrors like this lovely vintage inspiration shared by loving. living. small.

 

 

There is so much inspiration and so many creative people. Take a look at more ideas on the Simply Savvy creative wall art board on Pinterest.

 

 

What creative wall display captures your attention? Do you have a wall to share? Leave a comment and share a link. I love sharing back!

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creative and cool wall art

Two weeks into the New Year I went to find a wall calendar, thinking I’d get a jump start on important family dates for the year. I purchased a Jonathan Adler calendar because I was drawn to the geometric, whimsy and vibrant pictures. I never had the heart to write on this calendar and instead wanted to frame these great images.

I finally bought six frames ($4.99@) at the local craft store, traced and cut each calendar page, and framed my new art. These pictures have added new color and fun images to the kids’
playroom. I could have easily taken a few of these and hung them in my closet or office space- an instantly gratifying and cheap solution.

There are so many great ways to create an art impact that is low in cost. Purchase large print wall paper rolls, wall paper books or fabric on clearance (the color scheme or the print should relate but does not have to match). I like a modern damask or chevron print for patterns. Select a mixture of frames that can be layered together on a shelf or hung as a wall gallery. Then, measure and cut out portions of the image and enjoy!

Simply Savvy Tip: Use paintable wall paper to create wall art that has dimension and color. Simply purchase a small amount of wallpaper, cut to fit your frame, and roll on the paint. Once you’ve added your creation to a stylish frame, layer with other frames or objects for a lovely decorative addition to your room.

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