DIY Wire Art Display

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After we painted our entryway, living room, Dining room, & kitchen a shade of white a few weeks ago I immediately realized that I needed to add some color and art back into our space. I have been dreaming up this DIY art display for some time now to hang prints from wire that is attached to the wall. I had a few different versions in my head, but I finally decided on this one. It’s simplistic & creates a large art display affordably. What I love about this way to display art is first of all it’s super easy, & secondly that you can change out the art so easily when you want to. The botanical prints were free printables that I printed at Staples. This art display including the art cost me about $10 to make!

DIY Wire art display - lizmarieblog.com

All this art display consists of is 40 thousenths gauge wire & eye hole screws. I measured how long I wanted each row & how far apart I wanted each row to be & using a level I marked the spots for the eye hole screws. I simply screwed the eye holes into the wall at the pre-measured ares that I had penciled out. One on each side of the three rows. I then took the wire and attached it to each eyehole screw with a pliers with a wire cutting option & strung it over to the other eyehole screw & twisted the ends to secure it. Doing this for each row.  This wire was pretty hard to get super straight, but I kind of love the imperfectness of how the wire looks. I used mini metal clips to hang my prints on the wire, but again the possibilities for this are endless.

PicMonkey Collage
DIY Wire art display - lizmarieblog.com
DIY Wire art display - lizmarieblog.com
DIY Wire art display - lizmarieblog.com
DIY Wire art display - lizmarieblog.com
DIY Wire art display - lizmarieblog.com
DIY Wire art display - lizmarieblog.com
What do you think of my wire art display? I’m serious when I say there are so many possibilities for this display. This would also be great for displaying family pictures, kids art work, christmas cards, post cards, Instagram photos, & so much more! I love my vintage botanical book page art at the moment, it makes me so happy & adds the color that this space needed. Talk to me in the comments below, on the Facebook page, or find me on Instagram. Talk to you soon friends!


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