I have always been a fan of large flower and wall installations that bring more nature inside our homes! But the most important question is: how to install the big boys without doing any damage to the wall?!? Today, I will share my secret with you and I am sure you will LOVE it!
As the seasons change, the fruits of nature also change…This summer and fall have been so spectacularly beautiful that we were able to enjoy all of the wonderful creations outside. But now, it’s late autumn and we tend to spend more and more time at home – but why not continue to enjoy some natural additions from the inside of our 4 walls? Can you relate, that I want to bring the beauty of the woods into my home?
Ever since I have created an XXL wreath for Christmas a few years ago, I know how much beauty a large installation brings to my home, so why wait until Christmas? It’s almost the same amount of work as a small wreath but it sure has a bigger impact and is a statement to any room. Trust me on that one! Harvesting and fixing it to the walls wasn’t complicated at all! It took me only half an hour… without the harvesting… Ok, Ok, 35 minutes 😉
But first things first: You see, I had a large wall to work with – also it’s a wall with wallpaper. Might sound complicated for a wall installation? Not, if you have TESA POWERSTRIPS! It’s because, once you are done and don’t want to installation anymore, you can simply remove the POWERSTRIPS without any damage!
Also, it might sound like a wonder but a few years ago it simply sounded like a revelation to me to that you can temporarily fix some heavy things to the walls without damaging the walls! This is also the reason why I have been using TESA POWERSTRIPS for years now and there is simply nothing that can compare to these little wonders! But you can convince yourself here:
BRANCHES & LEAVES
In the images above you can see that it really doesn’t take much to get started with your installation: I cut the chickenwire into thin stripes, added a rough circle to the wall, using the TESA KLEBENAGEL as a hanger.
After I created the round chicken wire base, I started adding the cut branches to the chickenwire. I made sure, that I cut off all the additional wood, so the wreath won’t be too heavy and slowly added the leaves to the wreath. You can see that I mixed the yellow leaves with the green ones, this way the wreath gained a more natural look.
Can you relate that I love working with TESA KLEBENAGEL.
It’s oh so easy to work with! It is so small but can leave the biggest impact! It can be removed without any damage to your wall! It’s been one of my all time favorite tools for interior stylings over the past years now and I am quite sure that it will stay like this forever!
I hope you enjoyed this post and let’s start wreath season before Christmas, shall we?