{Did you know it's now super easy to pin images from ReMarkable Home?! Just hover over any image on the site and you will see the Pinterest icon show up in the top right hand corner. Just click and PIN ....even if you are on the homepage. The correct link will be pinned}


Pinteresting Tuesdays: INEXPENSIVE WALL ART {ReMarkableHome.net}

15 Inexpensive Wall Art Ideas @ ReMarkableHome.net
Today I am posting some fun and inexpensive DIY wall art for your viewing pleasure.  I hope you like these! Let me know which one is your favorite or if you find anything you want to implement in your own home! {Click on the picture to see the Pin on my Pinterest Boards and then click again to go to the original post for details}

I love this! You can make a huge family picture with plywood and an engineer print from Staples!

You’ve probably seen those expensive iron wall hangings, right?  Well, these are made from..... spray painted rubber mats!

Why buy canvases when you can cover shoe box lids with cute paper or fabric?

Cardboard letters with a cool paint finish, stuck on the wall with 3M mounting strips!

I adore these free printables! This is on my To-Do list!

Some more cute printables! I need to get a Nevada one of these up for sure!

I also want to do this for a game room/play room! You could get those frame kits for them or just glue them to plywood painted a fun color.

This is so pretty.  Just cover some foam core with a beautiful fabric. You could probably find some fabric remnants for a great deal!

How cute is this for a girl’s room?  You could do this for a boy too with different colors and shapes…although I’d be too afraid my boys would destroy it.  But it’s such a fun idea with so many possibilities!

This is made from folded paper!

Brooke at All Things Thrifty is my hero!  This is so pretty.  They cut the top white pieces out of wood and there is black felt behind.  If that seems beyond your skill level you could also just paint the design on.  She used a projector to get the pattern onto the boards.

I just love when I find something totally unique and new.  This would be so fun in a laundry room!  You could even paint these hangars with any color you like.

Source: bhg.com via Emily on Pinterest

Stunning! And made from paper circles stapled onto a board.  I am in love with this!

If you live somewhere where salvaged building materials are a dime a dozen then this would be a great inexpensive way to bring some architectural interest to your home.  Stand them on the floor or hang them on the walls.

Source: bhg.com via Emily on Pinterest

Old windows are so fun.  You can put anything you want in each pane.  Here we have pretty fabric.  You could do paper or family pictures or your grandmother’s doilies.  Lots of possibilities!

Source: lampsplus.com via Emily on Pinterest


  1. Whoa! Those rubber mat ones are way cool! I always wish I could find old shutters to buy, but I never do. These are some great ideas!

    1. Theres a store down in San Diego I always want to go to that has old architectural pieces like windows, doors, and shutters. It's near the airport. We should go next time we are down there.


I appreciate comments so much! I love to hear your thoughts or answer your questions. Thank you for taking the time to comment! Some Firefox users have had trouble commenting. PLEASE email me at remarkablehome@gmail.com if you have any problem commenting. Thanks so much!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Blogging tips