What’s On Your Walls?

This summer I spent a lot of time on art and not much time blogging about decorating! I was thrilled to have a solo show of my fiber art at the Reston Community Center in August, and even more thrilled that several of my pieces sold. It’s so gratifying to have other people like what I do. Here are a couple of the pieces that sold:

fiber art, wall hanging, floral, flowers, bright colors, cheerful, colorful

Floral Landscape 1

 

fiber art, fabric, colorful, wall hanging, purple, gold, floral, flowers

Seismic Garden

 

fiber art, wall hanging, blues, night landscape, fabric, fjord, water, ombre

Violet Hour

So let’s segue from there into what you can put on your walls other than pictures or paintings. The possibilities are so much more varied than they were even a decade ago!

First off, there’s fiber art (-:

fiber art, wall hanging, fabric, graphic, bold, geometric

Good Neighbors

 

Then, there’s metal sculpture. This is from my own home, which I blogged about previously here.

 

metal sculpture, metal wall art, sunburst

Another take on metal wall art – I love these plates behind the bed that become a de facto headboard:

metal wall art, brass plates, silver bedroom

Words that express your values, hopes, dreams, likes and dislikes are a fun way to spice up your walls.

Wooden wall art, words on wall, signs, rustic wall decor

 

How about something really different? Not many people have doorknob wall decor!

53da8f2bde65d86bf18db05d67e0b049

And fiber comes in many shapes and forms, not just quilted wall hangings like I make. How about this decorative rug from joolzigens on Etsy.com?

decorative rug, wall hanging

Change one thing on your walls this fall for an infusion of new energy into your space. Try something different. Places like Target and HomeGoods are inexpensive sources for fun items that can update and enliven your rooms. We’re coming into that season of spending more time inside, so it’s nice to get things really cozy and set for a comfortable cold season indoors.

 

 


Back to gallery

Comments welcome

*