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Dahlia Wall Art

Large Bright Pink Dahlia Flower on Gray and White Chevron Canvas wall hanging wall art will bring Stunning Touch to any wall and room! You can opt for any other Flower Design or colors. Source: etsy

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String wall Art

String wall art is an interesting option to decorate walls. You can teach your kids how to do it & enjoy creative new designs on walls. You can refer to Google to learn how you can do-it-yourself at home.  Source: bhg

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Reverse Effect Wall Art

Reverse effect wall art goves small spaces airy andvibrant look. Choose a geometric-patterned wallpaper to give a space a bold and modern edge. Here, the bright green lines in the wallpaper inspired the color of a smaller room off the kitchen, providing a reverse effect. Source: bhg

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Gallery shelf wall decoration

An expansive floating shelf adds character to a blank wall. Layer framed prints or pictures and favorite accessories for gallery shelf wall decoration. If you have a larger wall, hang several shelves and stagger their heights. Source; bhg

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Theme Art wall Decoration

Dress up your walls with variations on a single theme art wall decoration. Pick a subject or motif you love and repeat it in a collection of paintings, prints, needlepoints, and more. If you crave a little continuity, frame all your pieces in the same style of frame. Source: meredith

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Reflective Wall Art

This once-dull corner comes to life with a large mirror in a bright blue frame with reflective wall art. The mirror adds style to the room and reflects light around the space, making it feel larger. Source: bhg

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Crochet wall Art

Crochet wall Art looks regal on any wall of the house. Cute little wall hangings of various shapes and colors create a unique look. Get inspired with handicrafts & do it (for) yourself. Source: theviolethours

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Books Wall Art

Round up a collection of worn or unreadable books with fun covers. Remove the covers and hang them in frames for a literary-theme wall art for kids room or living room. Or, if you want to keep the books intact, scan the covers and print on photo paper. Source: meredith

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Typography wall art

Use letters to create typography wall art. Use a variety of sizes, colors, and materials. For an extra dose of style, include one striking large letter to balance several smaller pieces. Source: meredith

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