34 Cool Things That Belong On Your Empty Walls
Because maybe you've hit a wall and need some inspo.
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1. A floating shelf — with an emphasis on the "floating." This one actually conceals every trace of hardware to create the illusion of levitating books.
2. A can of chalkboard paint to act on your childhood fantasy (just mine?) of turning a massive unused wall into a chalk-friendly surface.
3. Or, if you're not willing to commit to a permanent chalkboard situation: temporary chalkboard contact paper.
8. An antique print — anatomical, geographical, architectural, you name it — that'll also make for a good conversation piece.
11. A bare-bones wall clock with stylish brass hands that'll be a perfect accent in any room in your home.
17. A wire storage grid that's perfect for hanging up reminders and photos (or displaying small plants if you opt for shelving).
20. A hanging organizer to hold all the odds and ends floating around your place that you've never really had a good home for.
22. A stunning dried flower arrangement you don't have to anxiously await the demise of. (They offer a surprising amount of life to a room for being dead and all.)
24. A wooden utility board that comes in handy for a wide range of purposes (storing kitchen utensils and office supplies, displaying plants, and so forth) — the world is your oyster.
25. A vintage letter board made of quality, long-lasting materials to display whatever suits your mood.
27. A Stendig wall calendar that's timeless (really — it was designed in 1966 and is still fire) and useful.
30. A downloadable midcentury-modern print (you can have a specialist print off for you) to save big bucks around the home.
31. A marbled dry-erase board if you're looking for an elegant take on the utilitarian dry-erase board.
34. And a cubist floating shelf that'll hold your succulents and offer ample support to rest your books on.
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