Feeling a bit earthy? How about uses trees or even tree branches as a basis for some decor? Whether it’s real, fake, a piece of art or a decal, using trees in your home’s decor will create a down-home, ethereal vibe that will bring out each room’s natural beauty. On a table, on a wall or sprucing up a corner; let’s take a look at different ways to incorporate a little bit of nature’s greatest creation.
1. Tree branches in a vase.
A little DIY and a whole lot inexpensive, this decoration is incredibly easy to do. Grab some organic branches from you own lawn and place them in a face. They’re free, eclectic and add a bit of spark to any table.
2. Tree wall decal.
Hiding behind the couch, completely exposed on a bare wall or surprising on the staircase, using a large tree decal on the wall is a great way to add natural beauty while still being really interesting. Black, colored, with or without birds … you can find these decals in so many different sizes, styles and colors!
3. Tree branches turned chandelier.
Think way outside the box by grabbing an entire, intact branch to use next to your dining room light. It’ll act as the room’s “chandelier” with a little masculine flair. Dinner guests won’t know what hit them when they look up!
4. DIY Tree Wall Art.
Using this DIY, you can create some very creative wall art that incorporates that same natural charm. Make little trees with fabric and hang them up. Perfect for the hallway or even baby’s new room!
5. Tree Sculpture Focal Points.
If you’re lucky enough to find a tree sculpture with a lot of personality, snatch it up! It’ll be a great piece to display in the living room on the mantle or taking a seat on the floor next to it. If it has a lot of color in a neutral room … bam! All eyes will go right to it. And if it’s a deep neutral in a room full of light or bright … bam! All eyes will go right to it.
There are many more ways to incorporate the look of a tree inside the home. Decals, DIY projects or even in a print … trees are a piece of nature that should be shared anywhere and everywhere you can or want. Take a look at some more ideas and see where you could use a little tree or two!