HANG­ING AROUND

CHECK OUT THESE GE­NIUS WAYS TO HANG YOUR WALL ART.

Flea Market Décor - - Editor’s Letter -

GO­ING FOR THAT AN­TIQUE FEEL IN YOUR HOME?

Use old-fash­ioned wooden pants hang­ers to in­tro­duce a vin­tage feel. Use flea­mar­ket-found hang­ers above your bed like this home­owner did, or dis­play them in your hall­ways. Sim­ply use nails or screws to hang these. The beauty is you can eas­ily swap out your art dis­plays.

DON’T BE AFRAID TO PUT YOUR FANCY PLATES ON DIS­PLAY,

as plates can make an in­ter­est­ing gallery wall, es­pe­cially when grouped to­gether. Once you snap a plate hanger on the back of the plate, use nails to hang these pret­ties up. Us­ing the plates to sur­round other pieces of art, like this home­owner did, is a great way to in­cor­po­rate your col­lec­tions into your every­day dec­o­ra­tions.

AL­PHA­BET SOUP

If you’ve been to a flea mar­ket re­cently, you know that let­ters are a hot trend. Have fun with them on a gallery wall by us­ing the con­cept of “more is more.” You can choose your fam­ily’s last ini­tial for ex­am­ple, or let­ters for each per­son’s name, etc.

BEST IN SHOW.

This win­ning gallery wall com­bines rus­tic flea-mar­ket finds with framed wall­pa­per, dainty mir­rors and, for a col­or­ful accent, a rib­bon. The flo­ral mo­tif sug­gests this col­lec­tion will keep right on—par­don the pun—grow­ing.

“Whether you dec­o­rate with rus­tic flair or style your home with Art Deco finds, a gallery wall is game to play along.”

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