Don’t want go to a big box store and settle for a piece of mass-produced wall art? With a few simple materials and some inexpensive baskets you can quickly transform your space. It’s so much easier than you think to create a unique basket wall in your home!
Thrift store Shopping...
All of these baskets came from various thrift stores. They’re a dime a dozen, and come in all shapes, shades, and sizes. In fact, this entire basket wall cost under $10!!!! You can even get fancy and overlap them; it adds interest.
I used these push pin with picture hangers on them - also purchased at the restore! They are easy to install and also have limited damage when removed .
Here is what you need...
If you want to hang baskets without damaging your wall (renters, I am talking to you!), use the 3M picture hangers with removable adhesive. Most are capable of holding up to five pounds and won’t leave any marks on the wall after you remove them. Most baskets have loops for hanging. However, if your baskets don’t have any, just have some string or rope handy. You can make your own hanging loop by simply tying it somewhere on the basket.
Not worried about your wall? just nail into the basket this will hold them into place!
This was done in a rental space, my client was not only thrilled with the ease and cost of the project but received a phone call from the tenant to tell her how amazing the apartment was!
Stay tuned I will post more of this apartment #restyle