I have a confession to make: I have.
Upon my last pass through the Salvation Army Thrift Store, one of the specials for the day was on baskets, all baskets. They were only fifty cents. I bought a few...
I've seen baskets used here and there on Instagram as wall decor, and I know they are a great way to add texture, a natural element, and character to a space. So I brought them all home for around $4. I'm working on my plan for them. :-)
In the mean time, I thought I would share a few ideas.
One of the biggest baskets I've ever seen used on a wall was at the Southern Living Idea House in Birmingham last year. You can take the tour here if you missed it. This entrance was designed by Ahsley Gilbreath.
|via Ballard Designs|
They are the perfect and interesting alternative to pictures for a wall.
|A Burst of Beautiful|
|Chango and Co|
They would also be a good choice for an odd spot in a room that needs filling.
|I Don't Know How She Does It via Home Goods Design Happy|
And don't count out that space over the mantle.
|@house.becomes.home via Home Bunch|
|Craft Berry Bush|
Baskets can also contribute beautifully to completing the space around the television that is often a mystery to decorate.
|Our Vintage Nest via Pinterest|
Really, they are the perfect addition to any vignette, and throw in a little blue and white... So good!!
How do you feel about baskets on the wall?
Almost the weekend!