Roundup: DIY Large Canvas Drop Cloth Wall Art

A large empty wall can be pricey to decorate. Here are 10 ways canvas drop cloth can be used to decorate a large space.    

1. Stitched Canvas Drop Cloth

In the above photo Caitlin from The Shingled House painted, cut, and stitched large pieces of drop cloth together to make this beautiful canvas piece. She shows you how, here.

2. Turn that Painted Drop Cloth Rug into Art

Any of those awesome hand painted drop cloth rugs can be hung up as art.

House Tweaking

3.  Typographic Canvas

Display a large version of your favorite quote or song verse. Adding grommets like Dana from House Tweaking made the wall art a little industrial modern.

4. DIY Dye and Batik Hanging Canvas

Kelly Murray used batik technique, which uses wax and Rit liquid dye, to make this stunning wall piece.

5. Painted Wall Tapestry

If you are an artist use your skills on a large drop cloth. I love how it is hung with a draped, colorful rope.

6. Hand Painted Picture

Use a stencil or trace a projected image to make a large statement. The above photo is a tutorial for a picnic blanket but how cute would these be up on a wall?



7. Chalk Board Painted Drop Cloth

A simple Chalkboard Painted Drop Cloth could change with seasons and celebrations. I love all the ways Stephanie from Simply Radiant uses her Chalkboard Drop Cloth.

8. A Large Canvas Map

This could easily be done with a Sharpie and a projector.

9. Painted Canvas Behind A Bed

If wall paper is a little too pricey this could be a great budget friendly alternative.

10. Ombre Wall Hanging

This is a simple way to bring color to your large wall. Get the "how to" ombre anything over on Martha Stewart. You could also use this ombre technique used to make a table cloth.

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Want more large scale wall art ideas? Check out this Curbly post.

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