Book page walls are often seen in magazines and on pinterest. They are a quick and easy wall to add vintage character to your walls. All you need are some book pages, glue and a little bit of time. Here’s some inspiration.
Image via Lisa Waringer Photography. Here the pages are all a uniform size and style and are attached loosely with tape or blu-tak.
Image via IKEA’s Livet Hemma blog This design mixes text and illustrations, and even sheet music. Interest is added by overlapping some of the pages.
Image left – Sweet Paul for Country Living, Image right Country Living. Both these walls use uniform pages, but the image on the left is more casual, than the dining wall on the right.
Image left – Wendy’s wall (DIY Decorator reader) Wendy has lined her art studio with old dictionary pages, Image right via Pinterest (source unknown) You wouldn’t be stuck for something to read with this bedroom wall. The bird images add a nice touch.
Background image above is Vintage Newspaper Wallpaper from Wallpaper Brokers
You can use all sorts of books to make a book page wall – dictionary, encyclopaedia, sheet music, poetry, novels, children’s stories or ephemera (try The Graphics Fairy for free printables)
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