Post by Danielle Kurtz, Creative Director at The Land of Nod
In designing the master bedroom for the Nod Family Home, we wanted to create an art piece to act as a focal point above the fireplace. Our goal was to keep the entire space light, bright and serene, with a nice balance of modern minimalism mixed with natural elements.
We were inspired by all the creative ways we’ve seen salvaged palette wood used, so we knew we wanted to incorporate it into the piece. We took some very rough natural materials, but put them together in a very graphic and organized arrangement to strike a balance. This DIY couldn’t be any easier, and can be adjusted to fit any size space. You could add more rows, use colored peacock feathers or even paint the raw wood to fit your color story. The options are endless.
Here’s how we created it.
Wood & Feather Wall Decor DIY Materials
- Salvaged palette wood
- Double-sided tape
- Nail two horizontal pieces of palette wood into the wall at least 18 inches apart, it may be more depending on size of wall
- Using double-sided tape, add feathers to wall and wood
Voila, you have a one of a kind focal piece for your wall.