Branches are a cool material to use for décor because there are lots of combos to create and ways to use them, and they are totally affordable: just go and get some fallen branches in your garden! Besides, branches bring a cozy natural feel to the space and harmonizes the space. Let’s see how to use them for décor and what you can do with them.
It’s fall now and it’s time to make a cool wall hanging to embrace the season. The piece was made using some embossed cardstock leaves and some faux branches because they don’t have any bugs, and the leaves aren’t going to crumble to dust.
Faux taxidermy is trendy for décor but there’s another way to decorate the space filling it with a natural vibe – just take branches, paint them and attach to a piece of wood. Then place the whole thing on the wall and that’s it!
Christmas isn’t that far and if you want an original tree or just don’t have a real one, take some branches to create one. Attach them to the wall and then decorate with ornaments, garlands and lights.
Display your photos in a creative and natural way using a tree branch. All you need to do is to attach your photos on the strings to the branch and then the whole piece where you want it.
This arrangement is ideal for Easter and spring, it’s made of branches and foam eggs that will be used for buds. All you need to do is to glue the eggs to the branches and that’s it! Place the branches into a beautiful vase.
Adding copper and gold leaf to branches is a great way to bring fall indoors! Before starting, make sure your branches are clean and dry. It also doesn’t hurt to test the arrangement in your vase before adding gold leaf, so you can tell if you have too many or not enough branches.
Displaying a bit of nature during the cold winter months is a great idea to make your interiors cozier. Create a beautiful winter display using a foraged branch from your yard. Add some gold gild + pom poms for a bit of rustic glam. The random pattern of gilding and gold pom poms reminds me of cold frosty mornings.
Pieces of wood can become great hangers for your closet or entryway. Cut them as you need, then paint or spray paint and let dry. Attach magnets or use nails for placing hooks in their places.
A black branch with super bold pompoms is a great thing to decorate for the fall. It’s moody but bright at the same time. Make it easily and fast reading the tutorial.
This pretty pastel decoration was made of a twiggy branch and bold wooden beads attached to it with yarn. So easy!
Make an adorable nature-inspired sculpture placing branches into a concrete base. You can spray paint them or leave as they are. Such a sculpture can be used for hanging bags and hats if you choose thick branches.
Placing decorative branches in your vases can fill in the gap in a room like nothing else. For the winter buy some decorative all-white and copper branches to place in a vase, or get some real ones and spray paint them yourself to get a perfect look.
Paper leaves on real branches is a super quick craft that results in some fun decorations that can be used for spring or a kids’ party. The tutorial is easy – just attach paper leaves to the branches, that’s it.