Being an artist for your own crib is one of the most exciting activities you can practice at home. Walls, ceilings, windows and curtains can function as canvases for the painter hid inside of you as long as you dare to exercise your talent. To help you, we gathered a bunch of ideas in the gallery below, most of them dedicated to DIY wall decorations with Washi tape. Easy to handle, this style of paper was first made in Japan from bamboo, rice or wheat. It is produced in a traditional manner, similar to that of ordinary paper, but fewer chemicals are used. Thanks to its flexibility and affordable price, Washi paper has become very trendy in design, art, cuisine, clothing and furniture. And, not least, Washi tape with adhesive can be an excellent material for DIY wall decorations. Explore the gallery and pick the best ideas for your home!
Washi tape wall art
All you need is white canvas and black Washi tape. Use it to create different triangles. Also, you can make little circles by adhering the tape to wax paper, cutting out shapes, and then peeling it off.
A friendly polar bear next to the children’s bed promises a peaceful night.
Washi tape windows
The weather forecast is fantastic so we need extra windows to admire the landscape. Take some Washi tape and install them on the wall!
Tape picture frames
To make fun and stylish tape picture frames, you need a few pictures to frame, one or more kinds of decorative tape, scissors and a knife. Tape comes in all shapes, sizes, colors and textures, so do some browsing here and find what you like best!
New York city masking tape skyline
Draw the silhouette of a city with black Washi tape and you’ll feel like being in a vacation all day long!
How to paint a mosaic accent wall
Use the stripes to create a lovely mosaic wall in a room.
DIY temporary wallpaper using washi tape
Designers call them statement walls or temporary installations for parties, but we think they can remain unchanged forever. This will be the most eye-catching part of your room!
DIY washi tape wall decor
Small black crosses create a focal wall of pop art inspiration in a room.
If you love metallics and geometrics, opt for a shimmery hexagon wall art in the living room.