Collage walls are currently one of my favorite ways to decorate. They allow me to display all kinds of goodies, all together, to make one big group of eye candy! I have a few collage walls throughout our home, but today I’m sharing one from our kitchen:
This particular collage wall is housed above our buffet. When doing this type of decor, it’s important to add various sizes and types of wall art. I am a big fan of signs that say stuff, but don’t want to overdo it, so in this case I’ve also added a small photo and some chalkboard art. You’ll notice that 3 of the 5 wall pieces can be interchanged as I see fit! The chalkboard allows me to doodle whatever I want (a jack-o-lantern in October, fireworks in July) and the word board gives me unlimited possibilities! This summer, I found adorable word board icons on clearance at Target – two of the icons are currently on my word board:
My newest addition to the wall collage is my “pretty as a peach” sign I found at Farm Girl Mercantile. I’m in love and it totally has a “peach” of my heart! She carries the cutest stuff, and I want it all! Here’s a closer look:
Although the white and gold pear is not technically a part of my wall collage, I do want to mention it, as I recently picked up a log slice from my favorite antique shop (Pump House Antiques) and enjoy the way the pear looks perched upon this rustic piece! Log slices also have many uses! You can place them under your plates for holiday dinners as a fun and festive addition to your table, they can be used as cheese boards, or a nice place to set your tea kettle and cups when hosting guests.
If you have wall pieces that are too small to be hung or displayed on their own, try a collage wall! I would also encourage you to invest in a few pieces that can be changed/altered according to your mood or the seasons so you can get the most for your money, and a more personalized style!