DIY Decorative Wall Baskets

by AvantiMorocha
4 Materials
2 Hours
My husband and I’ve worked in our dining room about a year ago, and while it looks lovely we were planning to do a lot more but just haven’t found the time to do it. While the room construction is on hold, there’s nothing stopping me from decorating the walls and improving the room’s natural appeal. With our nine-foot walls being cut in half by the chair rail (boards) I knew finding decorative elements to fit the space wasn’t going to be easy. At first I thought that a little artwork would be perfect for the room, however, I didn’t quite find the pieces I was looking for. After a week or so of searching, I settled on going DIY, which was always in the back of my mind. icon More info on
Watch the video above to learn how I made this Decorative Wall Baskets. You could always just follow this step-by-step guide.
I went to a few thrift stores to buy all these baskets.
Clean them with an antibacterial wipe or a wet rag.
I'm going to use paper clips and push pins to hang them on the wall.
Create a layout that goes with your space an take a pic. You are going to use it as a guide when placing the baskets on the wall.
Open the paper clips slightly and place it in the back of the basket
Attach some of the background basket using wire.
Place some of the background baskets and attach the rest one by one using paper clips and push pins.
As you’ll see in the video this is easy DIY and I hope you like it as much as I did. In all probably spent $25 total which I see as a total steal!  If you make this easy DIY please don’t forget to share a picture on my Facebook page or tag me on Instagram that I’d love to see it.
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