How To Hang Wicker Baskets On Wall

3 Materials
30 Minutes

If you want to create a wicker basket wall in your home, you’ve got to read this. We teach you how to hang wicker baskets on wall!

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Step 1: Lay it out and plan. You could totally willy nilly just start hammering nails into the wall if you really want to wing it. I laid the wicker basket arrangement out on the floor in front of the wall I wanted to hang them on and played around with them for a while.

Step 2: Hang winger baskets on wall. It’s really THAT simple, friends!

I used a hammer and very small finish nails. Most baskets just required one small nail through the top of the basket.

Step 3: Decorate. I added in some faux succulents and decorated the top of the cabinet under the basket wall so it feels cohesive.

I think it goes so well with my little boho green cabinet that FINALLY has a home now.

All together I think I spent about about $20 on these wicker baskets on wall! Pretty good, right?

If you love this basket wall and want to learn more like it, be sure to check out all of my DIY tutorials in the archives here!

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  • V V on Jun 22, 2020

    Do the baskets get dusty ?

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  • Debra Slater Debra Slater on Jun 08, 2020

    In the late 70s I had baskets on my kitchen wall. I had spray painted a few ...had several different basket shapes on wall. I loved the look. Glad to see it back!

  • Lisa West Lisa West on Jun 08, 2020

    I feel that basket and plates on the wall for decorative should never go out of style. Plus it's great storage for those baskets we use on a daily basis or holidays and or special days. I just thinks they look great on the walls. Adds texture and dimension. Simple elegant and pretty. Thank you for reminding us of this.