Book Art for Wall Art Inspiration

Written by Jessica Van Midde on . Posted in DIY, Interior Decorating

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I am sure you have seen book art like this before. I found a great shop on Esty, that has some really creative prints that are absolutely wonderful. I think it would look great if you covered a whole accent wall with them. Or even in the picture below looks nice too but isn’t as dramatic.

As I was admiring the book art, I thought that it would be really easy to make these.

If you don’t already have old books handy, try checking out a thrift store or flea market for large dictionary books. If you happen to already have antique dictionary books then you’re already ahead of me on this DIY project!

One last thought, try using the pages in your printer to get the same look. Find some unique silhouettes that catch your eye and frame them for finishing touches. Or just buy them on Esty at Collage-O-Rama. However, the ones from the Esty shop are hard to pass up, I want them all.

What are your thoughts on book art to decorate your home or office with?

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Jessica Van Midde

Jessica Van Midde is a San Francisco Bay Area Interior Decorator and Blogger. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest.

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BTW it's a new year and I am full of inspiration and have lots of fun things and creative ideas to share with everyone. Stay tuned!

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