Deck the halls this holiday season with inspiring DIY Christmas wall decor ideas. These Christmas decorating projects are simple, cheap, and gorgeous, so come check them out!
Are you ready to decorate for Christmas? Try a DIY Christmas project to spruce up you walls this holiday season.
I feel like walls are an often-overlooked decorating opportunity when it comes to seasonal decor. Everything else is pretty straight forward at Christmas. Tree – check. Mantel and stockings- check. Wreath for the front door – check. But what about the walls?
Look no further, because I’m about to help you deck your walls – simply and inexpensively. No matter what your decorating style, I’ve got inspiration for everyone – from some of my favorite DIY and decor bloggers.
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Enjoy Even MORE Christmas Wall Decor Ideas
Christmas Decorations for the Living Room Wall
1. Christmas Bells Hoop Wreath
Source: Christmas Bells Hoop Wreath by Pinterest
Turn a hoop wreath into cut wall decor for the holidays with a few Christmas bells and winter tree foliage.
2. Wood Bead Holiday Wreath
Source: Wood Bead Holiday Wreath by Hometalk
If you’re looking for a farmhouse Christmas decor idea, this wood bead holiday wreath is just the thing you need. Three golden hoops with strings of wood beads connect with a beautiful burlap bow.
3. Coastal Wall Christmas Tree
Source: Coastal Wall Christmas Tree by Happy Days Farm
Celebrating Christmas near the ocean or lake? Create a coastal wall Christmas tree to stay in lieu of your coastal theme.
4. Cottage Door Holiday Wall Decor
Source: Cottage Door Holiday Wall Decor by So Mutsch Love
Hanging a cottage door can create a blank canvas to decorate for any season and holiday, especially for Christmas. For this season, you can simply hang a festive wreath like pictured above.
5. DIY Joy Holiday Wall Art
Source: DIY Joy Holiday Wall Art by Ana White
Create a wood pallet sign using the word JOY and a wreath in place of the letter “O.” This is a unique way to decorate a mantel or blank wall space.
6. Christmas Scroll Sign
Source: Christmas Scroll Sign by The Crazy Craft Lady
These homemade Christmas scroll signs are made with just a few supplies – brown craft paper and a sharpie being the two most dominant.
Entryway Christmas Wall Decor Ideas
1. Shiplap Christmas Sign
Source: Shiplap Christmas Sign by The Crazy Craft Lady
Adding a shiplap sign to your entry way is one way to not take up to much space but still show your love for the holiday season.
2. Gallery Wall
Source: Gallery Wall by Little House of Four
Easily create a gallery wall with different sizes and shapes of pictures, wreaths, and the like. The idea behind a gallery wall is to showcase all your favorite things about something – in this case, the holiday season.
3. Washi Tape Christmas Tree Card Holder
Source: Washi Tape Christmas Tree Card Holder by Thyme is Honey
If you have a large entryway space and are looking for a unique way to show off your Christmas cards, consider making a washi tape Christmas tree card holder. This is something the kids can do too!
4. Rustic Wreath Wall Hanging
Source: Rustic Wreath Wall Hanging by The Crafted Sparrow
This rustic wreath wall hanging brings in nature and combines it with a rustic touch that brightens up any wall space.
5. Framed Christmas Printables
Source: Framed Christmas Printables by The Crazy Craft Lady
Using framed printables as wall decor is becoming increasingly popular because it is easy and an adorable way to decorate any space in your home.
Christmas Wall Decor for a Fireplace Mantel
1. Winter Woodland Sign
Source: Winter Woodland Sign by Blooming Homestead
Turning a pallet into a winter woodland sign is a great way to incorporate a farmhouse theme with your winter decor. It’s also something that can stay up before, during, and after the holidays.
2. O Holy Night Banner
Source: O Holy Night Banner by Hymns and Verses
Decorate your mantel with a printable banner. This is especially ideal if you don’t use your fireplace and looking for a way to decorate it.
3. Pine and Cedar Garland with Oversized Pinecones
Source: Pine and Cedar Garland with Oversized Pinecones by Hymns and Verses
Depending on your mantel space, you can go with oversized decor to fill it out. This idea uses an oversized pine garland and big pinecones to decorate above it.
4. Reverse Canvas Christmas Art
Source: Reverse Canvas Christmas Art by The Crazy Craft Lady
Reverse canvas art is another popular decor style that is inexpensive and easy to do. I show you how to create two different styles that take minimal time and supplies.
Christmas Wall Art for Small Spaces
1. Wrapping Paper Wall Art
Source: Wrapping Paper Wall Art by Pens and Needles
Turn wrapping paper into wall art using a thick posterboard, your favorite wallpaper, and twine for hanging. Create different sizes for a gallery wall of your favorite paper styles.
2. DIY Pottery Barn Inspired Wall Art
Source: DIY Pottery Barn Inspired Wall Art by Home Stories from A to Z
Create this pottery barn-inspired look using large wooden letters, painted and stained, then assembled in a unique way. It quickly becomes a super cute wall display.
3. Christmas Boxes on Wall
Source: Christmas Boxes on Wall by House Beautiful
Create a 3-D look by wrapping boxes and placing them in strategic places on your wall. Use your favorite wrapping paper and embellishments to really make them pop.
4. Pallet Wood Advent Calendar
Source: Pallet Wood Advent Calendar by Average Inspired
Countdown to Christmas using your very own homemade pallet wood advent calendar. It can be put on the wall or leaned up against a mantel for all to see.
Alyssa Winters says
Hello Aimee, I was searching this type of blog. Because Christmas is coming and I am eagerly waiting to decorate home for Christmas. I like the tips and decoration that you have shared. This is appreciable post. Thanks 🙂
1001 decors says
Awesome ! I love the tree with numbers 🙂