If you’re looking for something to hang on your walls that isn’t your typical framed print or artwork on canvas here’s a roundup of some of our favourite wall hangings in a variety of different styles.
For smaller walls, or to fill gallery style art walls why not try a metal wall hanging from Juno + Ace (pictured above). This Australian homewares brand makes beautifully balanced mobiles and wall hangings in brass. Everything is handmade in Sydney by designer/maker Sacha Jacobsen.
Looking for something woven and a little more retro in flavour? Sage x Clare have just released a gorgeous new collection of homewares called ‘Terra’ including two new woven wall hangings (pictured above and left). Seasonal hues with desert influences provide a rustic element, while knotted fringing detail gives these statement pieces a relaxed boho vibe. I love the playful shapes inspired by cacti and rainbows, and the fact that they’re quite sizeable (100cm x 120cm) – great for bigger walls and creating a real impact in your room.
This wall tapestry (pictured directly below) from West Elm is so whimsical! I love the colours in this one (very on trend with its Coral Pantone Colour of the Year colouring). It would make a great piece for a small wall.
US-based Anthropologie also have a colourful and eclectic range of wall hangings with boho vibes, including these four pictured below.
Home Dweller (another great Australian brand) create a vintage-inspired range of fabric wall hangings and flags (pictured above) that are so sweet. I’m imagining these playful designs working well in both kids’ rooms and front entries or hallways.
For beachy boho style wall hangings you simply can’t go past Byron Bay-based The Dharma Door who work with fair trade artisans from around the world. I’m in love with their new Tala and Amua wall hangings made from layers of palm leaf fringe (pictured below). They’ve also got a range of other boho-inspired wall hangings so be sure to check this store out!