Happy Humpday loves. I’m delighted to share some tips today on styling a woven basket art wall but first I can’t begin to tell you how excited I am that we will have sun for the next several days in Connecticut. You must be saying to yourself…”why is she so excited about sun”? Well, we have had one heck of a time convincing Mother Nature that Summer is officially right around the corner. It seems we have had more days without the sun than days with. The winter blues seem to be holding on I tell ya. I just want to crawl in bed and turn the heat on LOL.
With having to spend so much time indoors these past several week, it’s allowed me some time to look around my home and figure out the burning question “what’s next”? Even though I’ve completed some project like this one in the sun room, I’m slowly working on little projects I’ve thought about doing but just haven’t gotten around to them. My favorite local flee market has finally opened so I’ve already scored some new treasure which I’ve shared on my instagram page.
Today, however, I’m showing you my new women basket wall art I installed in the kitchen for under $10!. A little over a month ago, I shared a recent trip to the Goodwill in which I found some woven baskets. I had NO idea what I was going to do with them but I picked them up just the same. So last Sunday as I was at the flea market I saw some more woven baskets and an aha moment happened.
My kitchen woven basket art wall idea was born. Alas here it is. I even put it together without my husband around. He thinks he needs to supervise my “nail holes”. He kills me with that. Shhhh there are a few under the baskets, we just won’t tell him.
Here are some tips I wanted to share with you for installing a woven basket art wall.
I really love the way this came out. The area behind the table needed something and I’m glad I waited to figure out something that would make a statement and at the same time add some texture.
I hope you give this a try! As you can see styling a woven basket art wall is really easy and won’t break the bank.