Turn a branch into a clipboard for displaying notes or photos. Simply attach your finds with a clothespin or two.
An attractive long fallen limb can get a new lease on life as a curtain rod. In this example sheer panels hang from the branch, and a swath of fabric is swept around to form a decorative valance.
If there are any winter berries left on your limbs, bring them indoors for a warm addition to the house.
Here, a fallen branch becomes a deconstructed take on a headboard.
If your local florist has any blossoming branches, by all means, snatch them up! They'll provide a nice reminder of what we have to look forward to come spring.
Take another look at fallen boughs from a storm or driftwood; they could become a unique wall installation.
Aside from providing a sculptural focal point, pussy willows, with their velvety pockets, are also a nice tactile treat.
This arrangement displays the homeowner's collection of vintage birds.
You're not likely to find these dramatically squiggly branches in your backyard. Instead, search for mitsumata branches online for a similar sculptural, white twig.
Mounted to a piece of wood, a manzanita branch can hold necklaces and earrings or stand alone as a piece of natural art.
Tall branches work like a screen in this large living area, separating the spaces without obstructing the eye's gaze.