DIY Wire Art Display

DIY Wire art display -
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 -

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.

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DIY Wire art display -
DIY Wire art display -
DIY Wire art display -
DIY Wire art display -
DIY Wire art display -
DIY Wire art display -
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!


  1. Hey Liz!
    I love the look of your artwork and the light airy feeling of the white walls. The artwork definitely brings energy to the mix! So beautiful!

  2. I seem to be stumbling onto your blog quite often lately…I love your style! Your newest follower. :)

  3. Wow! It all came together! I see the wire working and those prints were exactly what I was envisioning Liz! :) It looks great!

  4. So pretty!!!! I love how this turned out.

  5. How did you print them at Staples? They look pretty thick.

    I am currently trying to find the best places to print my art work.

  6. It looks great! I want to do this now!

  7. Hi! I was totally inspired by your eclectic white plate wall! I used your project as an inspiration to do my own wall. I’ve got your picture and link up on my post. You should come check it out! :)


  8. I love your wire art display Liz Marie! What a fresh pop of color against a lovely new white wall :)

    xo, Tanya

  9. I love it, Liz! I’ve seen wire to display kids’ art, but never thought to use it for prints. Great idea! And love the colors of your prints! Subtle colors, but still so pretty!!

  10. love the simplicity of this – and the art is fab too!

  11. Such a cute project I like how you did a few on top of one another! I would love if you would share this at my linking party

  12. I love how something so simple makes such a big impact! So cute!!

    By the way, I’m giving away a copy of Handmade Walls E-book on my blog right now if you or your followers are interested in entering to win! It has tons of ideas on how to create custom art and frames for your walls. Love it!

  13. I really love the way you arranged them. I am a teacher and my room is full of sticky notes. Probably, i need to remove them and use it the way you did :) So inspiring :)

  14. Love love love this project!! It’s got everything- cheap, easy to install, and BIG impact! You go girl :) I’m glad I stumbled upon your blog from Not just a Housewife. Come say “hi”,


  15. It’s lovely, Lis Marie. I love the simplicity and prettiness in your quiet corner. I’m including a link back in this week’s DIY highlights. I’ve pinned this and your awesome messenger bag. Thanks for sharing! :)

  16. Looks lovely. Nine is an auspicious number especially if these are facing South area of your home. Happy Nesting!

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  18. I LOVE this. I keep thinking of how to incorporate it into my home. Eventually I’ll do it. Thank you for sharing this.


  19. Oh, I am loving this look! And it’s affordable, so even better! Would you mind if I featured/linked back to this on my blog? I would love to share it! Thanks so much


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