State works of art have become very popular: everyone wants to show that special place they come from, where they lived or studied, where they met a love and so on. If you also want a state-inspired piece of art for your home, I have a number of ideas for you!
Many of us move to other countries to study, work, or for other reasons. This DIY wall art will show you the states you’ve lived in, the places you miss. This is a beautiful piece of table art with an outline of your state and a heart in the city you lived in – you can create several to make more places stand out!
This is a colorful watercolor tutorial video with tips on how to transfer the state shape onto your paper with a light pad! This tutorial will show you how to paint Minnesota with watercolors that are so trendy right now. Of course, you can switch to any other state you like, feel free to change your own state and paint.
This is a cool and chic heart condition card! These are two cities in Idaho, but if you want to create one with two different states, you can too. Just follow the super simple instructions to make it and if you want you can add a pop of color to the cards. These are monochrome.
If you love embroidery and are missing a state, this is an easy project to celebrate your home state with: State Love, Embroidery For Beginners. The result is a colorfully embroidered piece of art with a satin stitch that blocks the color – a hot trend in decor. Use any colors and also leave the part in the frame and hang it on the wall. Enjoy!
Do you have state pride? The author of this tutorial was born and raised in Wisconsin. The family calls this state their home and the author is definitely proud of the state. The author chose to decorate a wood cutout and create this outstanding geometric wood statecraft to celebrate this state. This Wisconsin goes perfectly with many types of decor. It looks great on the coat and could be part of a gallery wall too. You can also personalize it with your own colors if these aren’t the best for your interior.
There are many ways to create state map decorations. In this tutorial, we will teach you how to do this with a wooden pallet. Such a decor goes well with many styles and decorations, especially rustic and industrial rooms, but of course you can add a cozy feeling to any other room. The resulting piece will be stained, although you can paint it too.
This project is amazingly simple and will add a personal touch to your room. It’s totally for those who love glamor and all pink, although you can personalize it by changing the colors. This is a lovely piece of art that can be hung on the wall or placed on a mantelpiece. Let yourself be inspired!
State string art makes a great gift and fun adult craft project. This one has a green and gold color scheme, it’s a bold and chic combination with lots of contrast. However, stained wood and white cord are popular choices in such projects. Choose what you want and praise your condition!
This is a catchy Maryland piece of art! The piece is cut out of plywood and shows all the symbols of the state: crabs, Berger biscuits, Ocean City, the MD flag, the hippodrome. All local festivals. And a lot of other things to include in the piece. Get inspired!
The French country style is charming, elegant, and rather inexpensive as you can use flea market finds here. Such a style is currently on trend in decoration, as vintage and shabby chic decor with rustic accents is welcoming and calming. We've already shared some ideas to rock this style in different rooms and today we're going to be looking at the French country style living rooms.
Go neutral and pastel colors, nothing too bold and colorful, this style is all about soft textures and colors, that's why it's so calming and relaxing. White and cream are definitely your choices and pastel colors can add some joy and color if needed. All-white rooms with silver accents are welcome, sweet floral patterns on the walls, furniture and textiles are ideal for such a facility.
You can play with textures to keep the space in view. Use natural hues and whitewashed wood, silver, a variety of textiles and upholstery, even stone and brick if you like - for the walls or the fireplace. Metal lanterns and crystal chandeliers give the room a special look.
Her furniture choices are vintage, shabby chic and rustic - a cool mix of all of these pieces. The good news is that you don't have to spend a lot of money on it. Just go to the flea market and buy what you want. Then give this furniture a rustic and shabby chic look with the help of tutorials and various techniques. Choose a gorgeous crystal chandelier for a sophisticated look that is a must for such interiors.