DIY Indian Wall Décor:
An empty wall makes the house appear without make up. Wall décor gives elegance to home décor coupled with furniture and greens that make up for a beautifully kept house. Every house has a different and varied story to tell. Each has a unique décor making it different than others. DIY Indian wall décor is a good way to get started and adorn those empty walls with some signature styles.
Here is a great DIY Indian wall décor idea for you to try:
- A ready-made frame sourced from a hobby shop in any color you like.
- Patches or strips of embroidered mirror work and zari cloth.
- Hot glue gun / double sided tape
- Glue (optional)
- Thin cardboard base
- Take the thin cardboard base and arrange the patches and strips of embroidered cloth in a pattern that you like best.
- Once the final arrangement is finalized, take the cardboard base and line up the patches on it.
- Cut the patches to fit the frame and rearrange them on the cardboard base.
- Take double tape or hot glue gun to glue the patches and strips into place on the cardboard base.
- Arrange the patches to get the final look, cut any excessive piece of cloth.
- If you want use hot glue gun to seal off the patches and strips into place.
- Fill any empty spaces with fabric to give it a colorful look.
- Let dry completely, especially if you have used hot glue gun. If you have used a double tape, your wall painting is ready for mounting.
- Take the frame and place the cardboard base onto the glass of the frame.
- Close the frame back cover and your Indian wall décor painting is ready to be place on the wall.
This DIY Indian wall décor is easy and inexpensive to make and hardly takes any time to make.