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Dry Flower wall decoration

  This quintessential way to display dried flowers is with a drying rack on your wall! It brings forth all of the ambiance of nature, a simpler way of life and it exudes charm. Source: etsy

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Monogram Wall Art

Monogram Wall Art looks good on canvas or paper frames. You can use initials of your name as art pieces too. Source: bhg

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Magnetic wall art

  Rather than one boring bulletin board, the entire wall is coated in four coats of magnetic primer and a top coat of yellow. This way the even the littlest members of the family can contribute artwork and special notes. Source: bhg

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Button Wall Decoration

Monograms are a fabulous way to personalize any wall. Print a letter, then cut it out. Discard the letter, and keep the outline. Use it as a stencil to glue all shapes and sizes of buttons inside the letter. Remove the stencil, let the glue dry, and hang. Source: bhg

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Ruler wall art

You can scoop up old rulers–some with cool retro logos–for a few bucks. These bird prints, cut from the pages of a dime-store book, match the old-fashioned vibe. We used wood glue to affix the rulers to cheap wooden frames. The rulers are applied differently on each frame to keep things interesting. Source: bhg

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Quotes wall decoration

Typography can bring a dull wall to life with its uniqueness. Try using quotes or words printed or pasted over a patterned fabric or textured paper in style. Source: craftstylish

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Natural Leaf Wall Art

This is a smart Natural Leaf Wall Art that will lit up a room. Use different types of dried leaves, coat them with acrylic spray & sandwich between glass frames. Such a lovely feel they’ll give to the room. Source: bhg

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Elegant wall decoration

In living rooms, people are usually sitting, so artwork should be lower. A good way to ensure you’re placing artwork at the right height is to hang it one hand width above the sofa. Source: bhg  

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Pretty Floral Wall Art

You’d be surprised how beautiful close-up photos of flowers can be–even the snapshots you take with your own digital camera. Take your favorite flower images, have them enlarged to enhance the details, and get them printed on canvas, rather than photo paper. Source: meredith

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