Video: How to decorate the wall? With wires
2023 Author: Richard Flannagan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 05:58
Designers have been fighting with wires for a long time - they really annoy them, and you and I too, annoy. It turns out that wires can be used to decorate a wall! And to do it in such a way that no one at first even guesses that there are wires in front of us.
By the way, it is not surprising that such an idea came to the mind of the artist, because it is they who are so excited by the thoughts of the beautiful. And in their house, too, everything should be fine, from gluing wallpaper to that frame with a photo on the shelf. But here the idea really makes sense. If you have an open wall in your room, on which, in addition to wallpaper, there is no carpet or shelves, it is not just possible, but needs to be decorated. What are we doing? It is enough just to take a lamp or any other piece of furniture with a long wire. Nail a few nails and hang the wire on them, or glue it to the wall. But not just like that, but some beautiful line, pattern, so that it really seems like a wall decoration.
Moreover, the most interesting is the fact that each of us could think of this idea, as well as implement it. After all, everything is quite simple, except that you need to carefully think over the drawing and make this "dream" come true. But the goal is worth it, isn't it? Instead of wires getting tangled under our feet, preventing us from living, we get a nice drawing on the wall, moreover, made with our own hands, a kind of hand-made. Only a few conditions still need to be taken into account - firstly, the wire must be long enough so that the drawing does not break in half, and secondly, the wire must be attached to the wall so as not to damage it.
Idea by British artist Maisie Maud Broadhead
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