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Now that Fall is here, we’re thinking about redecorating our homes here at Brit + Co, which means it’s the perfect time for some DIY inspiration. There are literally thousands of different ways to make beautiful art for the walls of your home or office.

A successful wall featuring fun, vibrant art is hung at the right height and just smaller than the sofa table for the perfect scale. Image: IBB Designs

38. Office Supplies Wall Art: Would you ever guess that this sweet little red painting was made with painter’s tape and office supply dots? It’s a quick and easy project with fantastic results. (via How About Orange)

40. Geometric Patchwork Wall Art: We love the idea of artwork in place of a headboard, and this simple geometric paper idea is at the top of our list. (via The Red Thread Blog)

68. Color Block Painting: The gold stripes on this painting make it feel especially glam. (via Maria Teorien)

96. Honeycomb Wall: Turn your entire wall into a work of art with this ombre honeycomb design. It requires a bit of woodworking, but it’s totally worth it. (via Vintage Revivals)

A neutral room gets a striking piece of wall art that mirrors the soft colors but adds shades of complementary blue. Image: Christopher Magidson

Pull together the colors of the room and the accessories with the right wall art panels. Image: Mandeville Canyon Designs

27. Gold Leaf Monogram Wall Art: We love a good ampersand, and this gold-leafed version does not disappoint. (via 6th Street Design School)

This bold, graphic canvas is hung at a good sight line height, even though the cabinet beneath it is low. Image: Works Photography

Last thing, choose art that is vibrant or graphic or powerful. Otherwise, what’s the point?

64. Mini Chalkboard Portraits: You can DIY this art over and over again, but we love the idea of hand drawn family portraits on these mini plaques. (via You Are My Fave)

What if you have a gigantic wall? Large canvas wall art can be very expensive or hard to get into your apartment. Instead, choose smaller pieces that can be laid like a collage or gallery wall like the contemporary living room above.

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60. Giant Cross Stitch: A big piece of pegboard is just made to become an oversized cross-stitch. What pattern would you make? (via The Thompson Family)

70. Map Monogram: Shown here in a nursery, this DIY is really a treat for all ages. You can also start with smaller, cardboard letters to save yourself several steps. (via Ambrosia Creative)

42. Quote Wall Art: Use patterned fabric and your favorite quote to create this inspirational artwork. What would your version say? (via Make & Do Girl)

99. Ribbon Photo Wall: Display instant photos, postcards, or your printed Instagram photos with this five minute DIY. (via I Spy DIY)

79. Wine Cork Installation: If you’ve been collecting corks, here’s our favorite way to use them! If you haven’t started collecting them, there’s no time like the present! (via Project Rowhouse)

87. Gold Dipped Feathers: You can make this a pretty mobile to hang from the ceiling, or just use it as a piece of 3D wall art. (via You Are My Fave)

52. Geometric Wall Art: This time, the paint chip art is done up in triangles and framed like a normal print.We love that it’s so simple and colorful. (via How About Orange)

Wall decor comes in all shapes and sizes. There’s traditional framed art, lightweight and unframed canvases, object collages, metal wall sculptures and more. Check out these great examples of wall decor ideas for inspiration:

Hang wall decor 6-8 inches above your furniture. Image: Taylor Smyth

31. Nail String Art: You can make anything from abstract designs to words to shapes with this easy DIY. That’s a wrap! (via Brit + Co.)

76. Giant Wall Flower: Who says wall flowers have to be shy? We think this pretty pink one makes quite a statement! (via You Are My Fave)

Hang artwork in your dining room that ties in the nearby furniture pieces, like this dining room featuring both orange wall art and black and white photography. Image: Diego Alejandro Design

29. Paint Chip Heart Art: What’s the easiest way to get all the colors you need for a beautiful ombre piece? Start with paint chips, of course! You’ll save tons of time trying to mix the perfect shades. (via I Heart Organizing)

24. Quotes on Canvas Wall Art: Use magazine pages and patterned paper underneath white paint to create this colorful quote artwork. (via Six2Eleven)

74. Yarn Blocks Printing: You’ve never made an easier stamp than by wrapping a wood block with yarn. And the change in pattern as you rotate the block is what makes this piece so visually interesting. (via Whip Up)

98. Scalloped Wall Art: A slightly more colorful take on the fish scale art we showed earlier, these mostly monochromatic pieces are made even cooler with a few pops of contrast. (via You Are My Fave)

What’s your favorite DIY wall art idea? Have you made any of the pieces on this list? Tell us in the comments!

45. Printable Quote Stencil Wall Art: If you have a big space to fill, start by using a shipping pallet. You’ll be able to make a statement and remedy your empty walls. (via House of Hepworths)

85. Giant Fringe Monogram: This might look like a piñata, but it only takes a fraction of the time to make since you only have to cover one dimension in fringe. (via The Sweetest Occasion)

69. Duct Tape Canvas Art: This could easily be the fastest and most inexpensive piece of wall art you can make. (via Brit + Co.)

89. Light Up Sign: Using frosted spray paint on a piece of glass makes this light up art give off a soft glow. (via Vintage Revivals)

51. Cupcake Wrapper Wall Art: Who knew cupcake wrappers could be so chic? It’s all in the way you arrange them. (via Shelterness)

26. Fabric Panel Wall Art: One of the fastest ways to makeover your space is to cover blank canvases in pretty patterned fabrics. (via Bella Dia)

81. Canvas Map: Here’s another fun way to deconstruct a map. Take a plain paper version and wrap it around a variety of canvases. You might need a couple of maps to get the countries to line up perfectly. (via Little Birdie Secrets)

What if you are hanging wall art over a sofa, bed or table? Choose a piece of art (or a series) that is the same length as the furniture piece or smaller. Avoid wall decor that is wider than the furniture piece; it looks totally weird.

56. Washi Tape Frames: The frame is half the battle when hanging wall art. So why not turn the frame into a work of art itself using washi tape. (via Brit. + Co.)

Contemporary wall art mirrors the contemporary furnishings of this loft. Image: More Design and Build

A narrow wall with two framed images mirrors the greenery outside the window. Image: Just Perfect Staging

2. 3D Colorblock Wall Art: This 3D circle installation proves that when it comes to color block, it’s not always hip to be square. (via Curbly)

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32. Junk Mail Wall Art: Would you ever guess that this cool abstract piece was made from junk mail from Crate & Barrel? It’s a brilliant way to make art out of found—or rather delivered—objects. (via Modge Podge Rocks)

To choose a perfectly sized piece of art, measure the blank wall and deduct 12-24 inches. Image: Niche Interiors

Metallic branch sculptures are laid out over a platform bed for a monochromatic and textural effect. Image: Our Style Stories

Use multiple panels of wall art to fill a larger wall. Image: GNE Architecture

39. Painted Wood Wall Art: Don’t be fooled, this reclaimed wood project is time- and labor-intensive, but the results are worth the effort, without a doubt. (via Salvage Love)

25. Glowing Hearts Wall Art: Use battery powered string lights to make this glowing work of art. Since you won’t have to plug it in, you won’t have to camouflage the cord. (via Brit + Co.)

A painting nearly the length of the sofa is the right scale for this living room. Image: Daniel Paya Design

88. Living Wall Art: One of our favorite upgrades on a basic DIY is adding a few air plants to our string art plaques. Just be sure you leave enough space to nestle in the plants. (via Brit + Co.)

19. Ribbon Wall Art: This colorful, striped artwork is a great optical illusion—it looks way more difficult to make than it actually is. (via Homey Oh My!)

57. Heart Wall Lamp: Show your love for everyone who enters your home with this clever DIY. (via Paper, Plate, and Plane)

An expansive wall got a treatment of metal butterflies hung in an airy, flowy pattern that looks like they’re flying right out the window. Image: West Chin Architects

59. Starburst Mirror: Take a plain mirror to the next level with this starburst DIY. All you need is some branches from the floral supply store, spray paint, and glue. (via Ten June Blog)

75. Tape Christmas Tree: No room for a real tree during the holidays? Make a trio of washi tape trees on your walls instead. The best part? No messy pine needles to clean up! (via Brit + Co.)

Is your space all set up with the perfect furniture, but still feels kind of vanilla? Do you live in a modern tract home with big, impossible walls to fill? Are you having trouble deciding what size or type of wall decor to choose or how to hang pictures? These wall decor ideas and tips are going to help you conquer those problems.

36. DIY Vintage Marquee: Making this marquee is definitely easier than it looks. The trick is to start with pre-made cardboard letters. (via Brit + Co.)

9. Framed Scarf Wall Art: Who says you can only frame paper goods? This framed silk scarf adds color pattern and texture to the room. (via Honey Sweet Home)

Although the art is monochromatic like the rest of the room, it adds a finished look to the wall. Image: Horrigan Architects

90. Scrabble Tile Wall Art: Word nerds and Scrabble junkies, this is the DIY for you. Head to the hardware store to get wood cut into squares, then simply paint out your favorite tiles or maybe your all time winningest word. (via Insideways)

18. Triptych Chevron Wall Art: Glam up your dining room with this simple chevron artwork. All you need is painters’s tape and gold paint. (via Jess Lively)

8. Clipboard Wall Art: These stenciled letters are a fun twist on typographic art. It would be a fun party game to let guests rearrange them and spell out messages. (via Madigan Made)

65. Hex Nut Wall Art: Raid the hardware store or your stash of unused IKEA fasteners to make this geometric patterned artwork. (via Design for Mankind)

20. Glow in the Dark Halloween Art: Who knew there was such a thing as glow in the dark Modge Podge? This creepy spider art is just the beginning of the possibilities! (via How About Orange)

16. Gold Leaf Map Wall Art: What a fun idea to gold leaf a portion of this deconstructed map. This would make a great gift for travelers; you could gold leaf every country they’ve visited. (via Sugar & Cloth)

A diptych (two panels of art) flows from one canvas to the other to add a sophisticated touch to this living room. Image: Purdy Designs

67. Tissue Paper Pom Poms: These paper poms might be meant for a party, but we’d leave them up rear round. (via The Sweetest Occasion)

6. Teacup Wall Art: This poster might look like a screen print, but it’s actually a cut paper design. The colors are bright without looking garish. It’s the perfect piece for your kitchen. (via Christina Lowry Designs)

5. Hi Painting: This fun piece is made with a common kitchen sponge! We think it’s the perfect piece for an entryway. (via I Spy DIY)

Instead of hanging a very large work of art, hang several images symmetrically for a clean, crisp look. Image: City Desk Studio

30. Song Lyric Wall Art: Another fun take on the white canvas with colorful letters idea, this piece uses a thrifted painting and favorite song lyrics to make it stand out. (via A Beautiful Mess)

Next, decide how high to hang your wall art. Wall art height is the concept that goes wrong the most. The general rule of thumb is to hang wall art at your sight line, so you don’t have to look up too high or too low at it. That means the center of your wall art area is about 60 inches from the ground.

100. Yarn Banner: And finally, we have another great stash-buster. This easy-to-make yarn banner is a bold statement in your home. The key is to trim the shape after all the pieces are glued down. (via Creativebug)

73. Nature Embroidery: These pieces aren’t necessarily designed to last. The flowers will wilt after a while, but that just makes way for a new art and a decor refresh! (via Handmade Charlotte)

63. Clothes Pin Mirror: Ideal for the laundry room, this mirror is simply covered with bold plastic clothespins from IKEA. (via Little Green Notebook)

There are also large format canvases or removable wallpaper murals you can use to create a big, dramatic focal point.

A bamboo wall sculpture breaks up all the tailored lines in this master bedroom. Image: EDS Interiors

What if you’re hanging living room wall art over furniture like a sofa or sofa table? Hang the artwork so the bottom edge is 6-8 inches from where the table or sofa back ends.

48. Feather Wall Art DIY: Talk about texture! We’re betting guests will be drawn to this feathery wall art. It’s a look and touch piece. (via …love Meagan)

33. Wood Stick Wall Art: We have a serious crush on this optical illusion wall art. The key is to start with a hexagon, then add the lines to make it look like a cube. (via Ohoh Blog)

91. Thrift Store Art Update: This is taking color blocking to the extreme. Plus, it’s a simple way to make found or thrifted art into something you’d actually want to hang in your home. (via Apartment Therapy)

78. Textured Wall Art: A new take on string art, this colorful canvas has a great texture to it. We might consider using a matte paint for a more sophisticated feel. (via Blu Kat Kraft)

43. Shoebox Wall Art: Don’t recycle those shoeboxes just yet! They can be transformed into colorful floating shelves with just a few coats of paint. (Plus, click through fro two more ideas.) (via Brit + Co.)

The selection of prints were thoughtfully chosen to work with the room’s color, while adding an additional green color for depth. Image: Orbit Homes

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A good rule of thumb is to choose wall art that takes up the width of the wall, minus 6-12 inches on each side, so it looks like it’s centered, like the image above. For example, you have a 36 inch wall. Leave about 6 inches on each side of the piece of art, which means you should choose something around 24 inches wide.

You don’t always have to center your wall art. Create a vignette instead. Image: Works Photography

A contemporary living room gets organically shaped wood rings in a free flowing pattern to warm up and soften the room. Image: Marc Michaels Interior Design

11. Rosette Backdrop: You can use these bright paper rosettes as a photobooth back drop or as an art installation. It’s an easy way to add lots of color to your room very quickly. (via Brit + Co.)

21. DIY Happy Dots Wall Art: These fun polka dot canvases were actually printed with a potato! The homemade stamp gives each dot a unique look. (via Shop Sweet Things)

Small wall art boxes or mini square canvases are a great and flexible option for filling a big or oddly shaped wall. Image: Sean Gallagher

12. Modern Lines Wall Art: Another easy, bold way to add color to your home is with this taped canvas tutorial. The patterns and color schemes are endless! (via The New Domestic)

Graphic yet tonal in black and white, the oversized wall panel is the focal point of the dining room. Image: D&D Interiors

1. Sequins Wall Art: Add some sparkle and shine to your home with this simple project. It’s a great way to make use of an old or thrifted frame. (via LiveLoveDIY)

Once you have an idea of a general spot, frame out the area with painter’s tape to visualize the spot. Stand back a few feet and see if you like where it sits on the wall. Get artsy with this; maybe you want to hang your wall art slightly off center because there’s a plant in the corner or a chair that will block some of it. Create a vignette, or setting, like the image above, where the art is part of the grouping and slightly off center.

28. Tissue Paper Wall Art: This simple DIY seems like an ode to CMYK. All that’s missing is the K. (via Mr. Handsomeface)

82. Wooden Shim Wall Art: Shims are inexpensive and easy to find at the hardware store. And they can be transformed into this easy artwork with just some wood stain and glue. (via By Stephanie Lynn)

Four perfectly hung art pieces add vibrant color to this modern dining room. Image: Marc Michaels Interior Design

44. Paint Chip Wall Art: Use paint chips or bright construction paper to create this pixelated wall art. We love it with or without the quote. (via A Beautiful Mess)

Pick wall decor that’s the same length or smaller than the furniture piece it sits over. Image: 2LG Studio

92. Spoon Art: No, we’re not suggesting you hang spoons on your wall. Instead, try this colorful work of art that uses a large metal serving spoon as the paintbrush. (via Mr. Kate)

There are many ways you can hang wall art and, depending on the weight of the art, you may be able to avoid putting holes in the walls by using adhesive removable mounting tabs.

7. Watercolor Chevron Wall Art: While not made with watercolor paints, this canvas project definitely has a watercolor effect. The gold background is a nice touch as well. (via The Embellished Nest)

15. Fabric Animal Silhouette Wall Art: This is the perfect project for nursery. But depending on the pattern it could work in a child-free home as well. (via The India Tot)

86. DIY Belt Memo Board: Don’t just hang up a cork board and call it a day. Instead try this equestrian-inspired tutorial using an old or inexpensive belt. (via Poppytalk)

72. Book Page Wall: Need to fill a lot of space quickly? Try papering a wall in pages from old books. You’ll want to hit up the thrift store or library sale to find ones to use. (via Poppytalk)

35. Gold Confetti Wall Art: Inspired by a set of kate spade new york dishes, this simple confetti canvas is the perfect way to decorate for a New Year’s party. (via Mint Love Social Club)

94. CD Case Art: If you still have a few CD cases floating around, try this DIY for using them as frames. (via Country Living)

47. Spray Paint Wall Art: With a blank canvas, a roll of painter’s tape (or lace washi tape), and a couple of cans of spray paint the artistic possibilities are endless. (via Brit + Co.)

61. Type Embroidery Hoops: There’s no stitching required for this embroidery hoop DIY. Instead, you’ll be painting the letters on the fabric. (via BHG)

37. Retro Wood Wall Art: If you’re going for a retro vibe in your home, these simple painted wood panels add just the right period feel. (via Oh So Lovely)

Hang wall art in a diptych or triptych pattern, which is basically two, three or more panels of art that flow. Be sure to leave at least 2 inches between the pieces. You can do bigger spacing if you have a huge wall, just keep it consistent.

This piece of art is perfectly centered and highlighted with a spotlight. Image: Zephyr Interiors

First of all, take a look at the wall you’re going to fill to decide what size art you should pick. There are many ways to determine this and you’ll see different ideas throughout this post.

95. Embroidery Hoop Art: Once again, no stitching required for this tutorial! Instead, you’ll be wrapping garlands around and through the hoops to create smart display pieces. (via Danielle Burke Leo)

54. Pressed Ferns: These might be the most low-maintenance plants you can have in your home. Follow the tutorial to press them so they last. (via ECAB)

83. Letterpress Wall Art: Next time you’re at the flea market, don’t pass by those letterpress trays just because you don’t have a Vandercook of your own. This fun DIY shows off your love of the process. (via Apartment Therapy)

The homeowners hung a triptych made of small, dimensional objects to add some visual interest and texture to their beige walls. Image: Sean Michael Design

77. Framed Keys: This shadowbox idea is a sweet reminder of all the places you’ve lived in the past. How many keys would be in your shadow box? (via Young House Love)

4. Thumbtack Wall Art: Who knew office supplies could be so chic? Using gold colored thumbtacks really elevates this piece to a work of art. (via Brit + Co.)

17. Tulle Wall Art: What looks like watercolor stripes from a distance are actually strips of tulle fabric. Use spray adhesive to attach the strips easily and without a lot of mess. (via Brit + Co.)

23. USA Wall Art: This piece is such a great take on the shipping pallet. If you’re really ambitious, you could do the whole world map instead. (via It’s Just Jane)

10. Washi Tape Dot Wall Art: Make your own polka dot wall decals with this simple tutorial. All it takes is a few rolls of your favorite washi tape. (via CraftGawker)

You’re officially ready to choose and hang wall art like a pro. Turn those boring white or beige walls into a thing of beauty by choosing large, colorful or textural pieces that add life to your space.

80. Framed Glitter: Spray adhesive is the trick to making this glitter art. Well, that and a good vacuum cleaner. (via Mr. Kate)

14. Circle Punch Wall Art: A great stash-buster project, this paper art work can be made with wrapping paper, scrapbook paper, or even old greeting cards. (via Mer Mag)

66. Thumbtack Typography: The hardest part of this idea is sketching out the letters. Once you have them on the wall, simply start applying the thumbtacks. (via Jessica Hische on Flickr)

71. Ellipse Art Installation: Want to know a secret? This art work is made from toilet paper rolls! We would never have guessed they could look so chic! (via Apartment Therapy)

46. Chevron Outdoor Wall Art: This stunning outdoor art was made from salvaged pieces of lumber from an interior renovation. It’s a great way to repurpose unused materials! (via Home Depot)

41. Coaster Wall Art: Talk about double duty art! Hang these ribbon-wrapped coasters up to make a mini memo board or take them down and use them to avoid ruining your furniture. (via Paper & Stitch)

But we narrowed it down a little to our top 100 favorite ideas. Whether you’re into metallics or neon, color block or obmre, 2D or 3D there’s an idea here to fit your home and your budget. Be sure to tell us in the comments which is your favorite.

50. DIY Wire Wall Art: Head to the hardware store for the supplies for this creative sign. There are tons of colors and materials to choose from. What will you spell out? (via Brit + Co.)

49. Fish Scale Wall Art: Just by layering these paper cutouts you can create a completely different texture. And you can never go wrong spray painting a piece gold. (via Let’s Go Sunning)

34. Colorful Chevron Wall Art: This bold chevron piece also uses paint chips to get a bold range of colors easily. (via Love Hue Home)

93. DIY Chocolate Wall Art: It’s official—this is the sweetest piece of art we’ve ever seen! Perfect for Valentine’s Day, all you need are some chocolates and glue dots to make this edible masterpiece. (via The Sweetest Occasion)

3. Postcard Wall Art: Whether it’s a set of postcards like these Penguin classics covers or a random assortment, using a collection of postcards is an inexpensive art solution. (via How About Orange)

22. Print Your Own Wall Art: Have a favorite image you want to enlarge and print for your wall? This tutorial shows you the easiest way to do it. (Hint, you’ll only need your printer!) (via Creature Comforts)

Always leave at least 2 inches between your wall decor, or more if you have lots of wall area to fill. Image: Studio Kardum

58. Framed States: Show off all the cities you’ve lived in with this fun map DIY. You can mark the location with a heart, star, or cutout numbers of the year you moved there. (via Kayla Danelle)

55. Quilled Monogram: Have you ever heard of paper quilling? It’s the art of rolling paper coils in 3D. We love this monogram tutorial. (via Craftastical)

53. Color Block Canvas: Think Popsicle sticks are just for the kids? Think again with this pretty color block canvas. (via Design for Mankind)

84. Threaded Heart: Go ahead and nail your string art directly into the wall, if you own your own home, that is. (via Handmade Charlotte)

Six wood panels mounted on a black wall add dimension to the series. Image: Artistic Environments

13. Ombre Quote Wall Art: The key to making this ombre art? Once you’re done painting use a wet paintbrush to blend the color transitions. (via Sarah Hearts)

62. Floral Wreath Guest Books: This art is especially meaningful, because each leaf contains a message from a friend. We think it’s the perfect DIY to make if you’re hosting a bridal shower. (via Oh Happy Day)

97. Lip Print Wall Art: Your lipstick collection becomes your paint palette for this easy DIY. We think this piece would look great in the bathroom, or wherever you get ready in the morning. (via P.S. I Made This)

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