Dining Room Wall Decor with Decorative Curtain Rods
When it comes to making a house a home, I believe decorating the walls complete any room. We are still unpacking which seems like it is taking forever, every box that I open is not the right one (hint: label boxes in more detailed descriptions when packing for a move). Instead of trying to find all the wall decor pieces and desperately wanting some kind of decor on the walls, I went with what I could find to fill the dining room wall. You may recognize some of these decorative pieces from other projects, like these wire baskets to organizing a small bathroom . I decided to do a little up-cycling and repurposing with what I could find. Starting with these decorative curtain rods. I love adding dimension, these curtain rods would give just that by hanging a few wire baskets and hanging pots of greenery to the dining room wall.
Wall Decor: How Decorate a Large Wall using Curtain Rods
After placing the Botany framed wall art as the main focal point, the curtain rods were hung on each side one higher than the other to balance out the rest of the wall accent pieces.
While shopping at Ikea, I found these ceramic pots and hangers. They were filled with some lambs ear greenery and hung on the curtain rod just below a decorative grey and off white wood framed mirror.
On the right side three wire baskets were hung with refinished shower curtain hangers. Two wire baskets were filled with some iron stone platters. The center wire basket is filled with grey wicker and twine wrapped orbs with an arrangement of grey hydrangea’s and roses.
Mixing Elements and pulling color with similar items to complete Dining Room Decor
A simple centerpiece on the dining room table is made up with a rustic DIY pallet tray to compliment the wood framed picture. Using three galvanized dessert stands pulls and compliments the hanging wire baskets, off white candles were placed in the galvanized dessert stands and topped off with glass domes and hurricane lamp adding elegance to this centerpiece.
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