|Love made me do it|
And here, the rackets are turned into mirrors. Tutorial at Country Living (Trash-into-Treasure-Crafts).
There's a lot of great prints available from small indie businesses out there. Often quite cheap, so you can build a whole wall of prints...
Botanical prints are nice, and this can be done very cheap and easy: buy a flora or two at a thriftstore, tear out pages and put them up together on the wall.
You can also use wall stickers or paint on your wall. In the two photos below you see wall stickers from Mikado. Gives inspiration for painting too...
|Mikado via Love made me do it|
Many of you might be tired of letters on the wall, but when you blow a letter up really, really big, it feels new.
|Mega letter vtwonen|
This is more advanced, but doable for a lot of people anyway I think: an embroidery owl, but painted, by Eline Pellinkhof.
These cloud stickers from ModCloth are out of stock, but I think painted clouds would go really well with a cute animal painting as well.
Sometimes a painting is more beautiful on it's own, especially when it comes to portraits or big scale photo art.
|Painting by Elizabeth Peyton in Sofia Coppola's home,|
from Home and Garden Magazine via Design Sponge
|Photographer Lori Andrews has taken a photo of her own photo|
on a kitchen wall, via Poppytalk
|Design Sponge Sneak Peek: Ivan Hvam Hvam|
|This is a really calm space, and the single sheep photo looks just right...|
from the blogger Eldrids' home
And you can use a frame in an unexpected way...
|By Monja Gentschow, via April and May|