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5 ways to make a wonderful wall display

01 December 2015

Walls looking a little bare? It might be time to wake them up with a wall display. We’ve been brightening the winter weather up here in Sweden by decking out the Ideas lab with some creative displays built around a few colourful characters and techniques. Come have a look!

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1. THIS GALLERY INSPIRED DECORATION works by hanging pictures in a straight unbroken line to make a bold style statement (especially if they’re in a similar colour palette).   

2. WE’RE KEEN ON THIS TECHNIQUE where you take a collection of something similar like vintage plates for example, then spread them out on the wall to make a creative collage. 

3. IF YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT then why not show off your love with a kitchen inspired wall display. This version is all about hanging your mashers, mixers, pans and pots to make an ornamental testament to the love of cooking.

Walls looking a little bare? This wall display’s all about collecting different objects that sum up a personality or a passion like say, a favourite musician, then using hooks, hangers and shelves to group the collection together. Walls looking a little bare? This wall display’s all about collecting different objects that sum up a personality or a passion like say, a favourite musician, then using hooks, hangers and shelves to group the collection together. Walls looking a little bare? This wall display’s all about collecting different objects that sum up a personality or a passion like say, a favourite musician, then using hooks, hangers and shelves to group the collection together. Walls looking a little bare? This wall display’s all about collecting different objects that sum up a personality or a passion like say, a favourite musician, then using hooks, hangers and shelves to group the collection together. Walls looking a little bare? This wall display’s all about collecting different objects that sum up a personality or a passion like say, a favourite musician, then using hooks, hangers and shelves to group the collection together. Walls looking a little bare? This wall display’s all about collecting different objects that sum up a personality or a passion like say, a favourite musician, then using hooks, hangers and shelves to group the collection together. Walls looking a little bare? This wall display’s all about collecting different objects that sum up a personality or a passion like say, a favourite musician, then using hooks, hangers and shelves to group the collection together. Walls looking a little bare? This wall display’s all about collecting different objects that sum up a personality or a passion like say, a favourite musician, then using hooks, hangers and shelves to group the collection together. Walls looking a little bare? This wall display’s all about collecting different objects that sum up a personality or a passion like say, a favourite musician, then using hooks, hangers and shelves to group the collection together. Walls looking a little bare? This wall display’s all about collecting different objects that sum up a personality or a passion like say, a favourite musician, then using hooks, hangers and shelves to group the collection together. Walls looking a little bare? This wall display’s all about collecting different objects that sum up a personality or a passion like say, a favourite musician, then using hooks, hangers and shelves to group the collection together. Walls looking a little bare? This wall display’s all about collecting different objects that sum up a personality or a passion like say, a favourite musician, then using hooks, hangers and shelves to group the collection together.

4. QUITE THE CHARACTER. This one’s all about collecting different objects that sum up a personality or a passion like say, a favourite musician, then using hooks, hangers and shelves to group the collection together.

4. DOING IT FOR THE KIDS. Sometimes our walls can’t keep up with each new brontosaurus picture that comes in. With this clipboard display you can frame the kid’s creativity in a nice way and also replace them when the next picture arrives.

Made by

Photographer: Mats Ekdahl
Interior designer: Anna Cardell
Digital designer: Cecilia Englund
Copy writer: James Rynd
Editor: Linda Harkell