Sheet music has a wonderful visual texture, adding unexpected appeal to any type of vignette. Cut it into playful shapes, like hearts for Valentine’s Day, and incorporate it into your place setting. You may want to laminate the sheets if you want them to last through more than one sitting, especially if ice cream is involved.
There's something about antique books I can never get enough of. However, at times their covers are in dire shape or even missing. Give them a new look by covering them in sheet music.
Working the sheet music over only the spine also makes a creative impact.
Sheet music has a way of singing on its own, so why not treat it like a piece of artwork? Buy inexpensive frames and let your sheet music take center stage.
Look for creative places to place your framed sheet music. Consider placing it on a coffee table as the base of a vignette.
A bookshelf full of knickknacks and treasures already has lots of visual goodies; adding sheet music to the back grounds the entire look.
This idea requires hardly any effort at all: simply decorate the top of your dresser with it. Not only will this provide an interesting element, but it can also act as a protective layer for your dresser’s finish. Take it a step further by topping the look with a glass pane to protect both the dresser and the sheet music.
There are no rules with how you work your sheet music into your decor. Throw rhyme and reason out the door and decorate your walls with all of your favorite songs. Include old sheets along with new ones so you have varied shades of neutrals.
This designer provided this antique chair with a freely applied sheet music backdrop for an eclectic look.