Feeling artsy? Feeling drained from work? Maybe you need a little art to push your creative self to being alive! You can definitely do a lot if you have spare time and you are willing to get your hands dirty. I have a number of friends from far away who have the most mundane professions such as accounting jobs in myanmar, customer service agents from india and service crews in the Philippines who shared their insights as to how creativity can liven up your daily life. Follow these wall art ideas for your home in your own rooms so that life won’t be so dull and demotivating. These decors can spice up your place to give an artistic and lively ambiance. Just make sure you’re physically prepared to make those imaginations into reality!

 Wine corks

121/365 // 11.29.2010

For those who love wine, you now have a new excuse to drink more (given that it’s corked) you can use the cork lid as a decoration by simply using a wall space of choice to place all your corks. You can create any shape or size and simply stick them in place on the wall.

Photograph clock

Time goes by

If you’re into photography, take pictures you love and have 12 photos printed out and then place them on the wall. Buy a clock with handstands that interested you and then carefully remove the clock handstands itself from the body of the clock to place it on the center of your 12 photos to create your DIY clock.

Embossed letters

Anagrams Embossed Edition No. 79

Create an embossed letter wall art by buying wooden or metal letters to form a phrase or word of desire and have them glued properly on a canvas or plywood. After that, use a spray paint to make it colorful and more attractive.

Paper flowers

Paper flowers

Doing paper flowers are shockingly easy, just cut out different sized circles from Japanese paper and then stick them on your wall using thumbtacks. If you don’t want to put holes on your wall, you can buy a cork board or wide Styrofoam to stick your paper flowers on.

 Write-on board

Cork board

For those who want to remind themselves or other people a note or something else, you can get a board you can write on and erase then just decorate it by putting some designed papers on the back (if see-through) or just on the boarders. Use colored erasable markers to make it look better.


Dozza Painted Walls #6

This might be the most common type of decorating but won’t be forgotten during our lifetime. You can do a lot through hand skills or have a digital type of art then have it printed. Painting or drawing certainly creates endless possibilities for the imaginative people. It just depends what type of art you want to do. To amp it up, use some household items or old furniture you can improvise to make a new masterpiece.

These are mostly do-it-yourself projects because our personal choice of doing something makes it better. But you can always choose to buy from furniture, artistic, or décor shops and place them on your wall.Especially if you get a commercial space for rent in the Philippines, it’s advised to have your walls decorated so that it will give a pretty ambiance for your area.


Ezekiel Amor

The author Ezekiel Amor

Geeky nomad at day Millennial dreamer at night, Writer extraordinaire, art enthusiast, Book and Coffee lover. Lives and eats a lot with his family. Half Panda half jellicle. bubbly, sunny, and happy. Happy reading everyone. :) you can visit his personal site at:

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