Coastal wall art is hard to come by, and as far as I’m concerned, no home is complete without some customized (and homemade!) wall art. Instead of searching high and low for the perfect wall art, you can make your own! Use this article for inspiration when choosing your next coastal wall art.
I think I may have a chair with upholstery like this somewhere in the attic…I’ve got to find it to repurpose as wall art! Pick up cheap picture frames at the dollar store and paint them in your desired colors!
With a stencil or two in your favorite fonts, and a craft supply or two from Michaels (pick up paint and a sealant!) you are only a few hours away to brand new wall decor. When dry, distress your signs with a wire brush to give it that worn look!
I love a good pallet project! Reuse a pallet or two from your garage, and attach some seashells (you can head to the beach, or purchase them here) to your pallets. Hang this above your fireplace or your television, it’s the perfect size!
This blogger turned the seashells she gathered with her family while on vacation into a cherished piece of wall decor. Use scrap 2x4s as the backdrop for this project. Isn’t it seriously adorable?
This blogger provides you with a printable starfish stencil that is very helpful when it comes to making this DIY project. Use a piece of heavy cardboard and glue the driftwood pieces to that. Hot glue keeps everything attached for the years to come!
I knew this home decor piece reminded me of a piece of jewelry, and it’s because she used leftover jewelry beads to fashion this pretty craft. Grab a canvas square and some seashells (if they are needed) from Michaels. Mount it to a wooden plank, or keep them just on the canvas square!
The best part of this coastal wall decor is that it’s made out of wooden paint sticks from Home Depot or Lowe’s. Use a variety of paint shades for a goegeous ombre effect. Stars and stripes, unite!
Sea fans are hard to find, so they should be cherished if you’re lucky enough to come across one! Lay your Sea Fan out to dry and then frame it when complete. This project only took a few minutes!
Dying to know where I got my ideas from? All of the coastal wall art ideas included in this post were from these links:
Dollar Store Seashell frames from DIY Bungalow
Pastel Beach Signs from Crafts By Amanda
Seashell Pallet Art from Crafts By Courtney
Heart Shaped Seashell Wall Art from Tattered and Inked
Driftwood Seahorse from Creative In Chicago
Beaded Seashell from Crafts By Amanda
Paint Stick Flag from Crafts By Amanda
Sea Fan Wall Art from Sand and Sisal
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