Nine out of ten, you’d use a basket to put things in. It’s highly unlikely that you use them to decorate your walls.
You may use it as a table top decoration but hanging it on walls isn’t the first idea in your mind. Well, these designers thought otherwise.
We’ve come up with this list of brilliantly designed walls with a basket gallery. It provides a three-dimensional decoration on your walls so it doesn’t look flat, boring and usual.
Check out these basket gallery walls and you might just end up doing the same to your home!
Bluer Than Blue
Baskets are very easy to find. If you travel a lot, chances are you’ll find baskets as souvenirs especially in tropical countries and islands. If not, they’re not hard to come by in your local department store.
Check out this basket gallery. It surely gives off a tribal vibe and it contrasts well with the flat white walls and hardwood floors. You can just imagine the attention it will get from your guests!
I love the solid matte black wall and the monochromatic baskets that makes it pop out even more. Adding the earth colored baskets made the entire basket gallery even better!
Now, this is something that really appeals to me. The sharp color contrast of the deep emerald walls and the nude tones of the baskets give me a very homey and warm feeling.
One way to change things up a bit is to opt for patterned baskets. You can mix and match different colors and patterns so your basket gallery doesn’t look stiff.
If you want something more out of the ordinary, you can arrange your baskets to something with symmetry and form as if you were making a sculpture.
You can also use different of the same base color or colors that are close to each other on the color wheel. If you can’t find colored baskets like these for your basket gallery, you can paint a bare basket according to what you like.
If you can pull off an industrial look, make it pop out with brightly colored baskets. It will give a modern and hip vibe to your room.
Did you like these ideas for a basket gallery? Why don’t you give it a try! Keep your eyes open at thrift stores, garage sales and dollar stores.
And, think about what you’re going to use to hang them. Do enough research to know what would stick on the surface of your walls.