How to Hang Woven Baskets on the Wall?
The art of basket weaving dates centuries back. Baskets of this type are made from stiff fibers like willow branches, canes, roots, canes, grasses, and twisted paper fiber. These materials get weaved together to produce a number of different wicker products, such as hanging baskets, chairs, and fruit/vegetable baskets. Stuff made from is available in many different shapes, sizes, designs, and colors to light up the house decoration. One can easily buy woven baskets from home decor stores, antique shops, thrift stores, and home supply stores.
There are two easy steps to hanging woven baskets on the wall. However, before purchasing the baskets, there are a few things that a person should be aware of.
- Overbuy: We have to have a lot of baskets, not just 2-3; at least 5 to 6 seems to be good. However, make sure to buy them in different sizes and colors, but do not clash.
- Look around for Variety: It's fun to have a little variety in the placements for the perfect wall filled with woven baskets. Look for various patterns, sizes, and shapes. The more there is, the more fun it is.
Hanging a woven basket is an excellent choice of decor if you are moving or merely want to freshen up the walls of your home or room. The most popular woven item is the hanging woven baskets. Mostly hung in lounges and bedrooms, they give the space a modern spirit. The baskets are lightweight, so there isn't much hassle to fix them; it is a one-person job. Here are a few steps you need to follow in successfully setting up those baskets:
- Tools Needed: Scissors, fishing line or multi-purpose line, nails, or screw in hook, and lastly, the woven baskets.
- Lay them out on the floor: This gives a sense of the pattern that appeals to you before proceeding to the final step. Determine the spacing you want, the designs that will go together, and how high you want them to get hung on the wall.
- Find the Right Position: Locate the area on the front side of the basket where you can create loops by threading your fishing line.
- Create the Loops: Thread the fishing line through the open parts of the weave in the center of the baskets. That way, the open ends of the loop are now on the backside. Knot the back of each circle; the smaller the loop, the better it will hang.
- Hang them on the wall: Tie a circle of string around the basket's top edge and hang it from a nail. You can use picture nails on the bottom of each basket to secure it to the wall.
It is not a lot of work. Once your hand gets to settle on tying the loops, you are good to go. Have fun hanging your fun way out of a wall makeover. Good luck!