Instead of the traditional framed artwork above your child’s crib, consider creating a small canopy with fabric. You can create something like this at home with a bolt of inexpensive muslin, stencils and paint.
Bored with your headboard? Update it by covering it with a variety of fabric samples. In this example, the designer attached the samples with decorative tacks.
For easy decorations for the holidays or the everyday, cover pieces of artboard with fabric cutouts of your favorite designs.
You can create the entire alphabet for your child’s bedroom by covering cardboard letters with colorful, fun fabric.
Feel like your ceiling could use a little texture? Drape a long piece of fabric down the center of your ceiling for a creative effect that begs your guests to look up.
If you have a certain fabric that you simply cannot get enough of, frame it. It will add color, interest and dimension to your space.
Go even further and frame several different types of fabrics for an entire textural gallery wall.
If you think a quilt is only for snuggling up inside during movies, it’s time to re-asses its potential. Generally larger in size than most artwork, quilts make a beautiful statement piece when hung on display.
Even the simple act of draping a special fabric over a banister will give your stairwell an entirely different look.