Outdoor Wall Art Ideas
Porch decorating never got easier than with these outdoor wall art ideas! Turn your porch from ordinary into extraordinary
with outdoor wall art that is both beautiful and fun.
for Your Porch
We almost guarantee that whoever comes to your front door will see and comment favorably if you have outdoor artwork. You'll be a creative genius!
Use several art pieces together or separately on large porches. Try these wall art ideas on small porches and porticos.
Wall art comes in every imaginable genre and materials like outdoor metal wall art - so it is easy to find something you love.
Photo by The Everyday Home - formerly Grits and Glamour
Barb's Beautifully Decorated Porch with Outdoor Wall Art
Aesthetically Pleasing Outdoor Wall Art on Porch
Courtesy of the "Pretty Up Your Porch Contest" in Fairfield IL
The wall art is the center of focus on this wonderful porch
Contemporary Painting on Front Porch
Whimsical Outdoor Metal Wall Art
Hanging Outdoor Wall Art on Your Porch
This homeowner hung outdoor wall art on their front door.
We like it...very tastefully done!
A star decorates this home. Do you know the background behind stars like this
How to Hang Wall Art
To hang art on your walls, you need some way to fasten them to your porch. If you have wood siding, then it's pretty easy. But if you have brick or vinyl siding, it takes more care.
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Another Type of Vinyl Siding Hangers
These hangers slide up and underneath your vinyl siding; no drilling required. These make it really easy - no muss, no fuss.
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How to Make Freestanding Interior/Exterior Decorating Hangers (DIY)
Hang outdoor art work on your porch without making holes or drilling through brick or siding.
This simple and inexpensive solution works great almost anywhere - all you need is a floor
and ceiling. I've used it indoors and out and it works like a charm!
Although it is not meant for heavy objects, it is perfect for hanging artwork,
lights, holiday decorations, wreaths, holiday lights and a host of your favorite items.
And it only takes a
Here's how to create you own freestanding hanger:
- Measure the distance from your ceiling to the floor and subtract 1 inch.
- Purchase inexpensive 1x2 lumber (cut to length), 3/8 inch t-nuts, and 3/8 inch by 2 inch carriage bolts at your local home supply store.
-Drill a 3/8 inch hole 2 1/4 inches deep in the bottom of the 1x2(s).
-Tap the t-nut(s) into the holes.
-Insert the bolts in the t-nuts leaving about 3/4 inch exposed
-Paint the 1x2s if so desired. Let dry.
-Place felt on the top of the 1x2s to protect the ceiling.
-Position the 1x2s flat against the wall. With the top of the 1x2 against the ceiling, unscrew the bolt at the bottom until the 1x2 is securely lodged between the ceiling and floor (place felt under bolt head to protect floor). Make snug; do not over tighten.
-Attach your favorite artwork, wreath, pictures, lights, or holiday decorations to the 1x2s with small nails, screws, or hooks, etc.
Use as many 1x2s as you need. You can paint the 1x2 sides different colors for different holidays. Attach two or
more and hang lattice over them. Now you have a perfect trellis for climbing plants or hang additional artwork or
They work really well in kids rooms for posters and other fun decorations -
no more tape on your walls! You can even use them under cabinets or in closets to hang handy items.
Ideal for porches as you don't have to make holes in siding or drill into brick.
They are easy to remove or to relocate to another area of your porch which makes them
ideal for porch decorating.
Although I recommend any of the above options over drilling into the side of your home, sometimes it
is the best solution.
Drilling in brick or concrete requires the use of a drill, concrete bit, and concrete screw. I really
recommend using a hammer drill rather than an ordinary drill but it can be done with either. I also
recommend using Tapcon screws. You can find these at your local home building supply store.
If drilling into wood, a regular drill and drill bit will work fine.
Please don't hesitate to ask any questions you
might have about hanging outdoor wall art on your porch; we are here to help!
More Outdoor Art Ideas
We also have instructions about hanging
an outdoor thermometer
clock (another artsy idea to use on your front porch).
We also have a nifty idea for hanging flags on your porch
columns or railings without screws or nails!
Now you easily hang all types of flags and banners from your porch railings or columns - think of the possibilities.
Now that you've explored outdoor wall art ideas, be sure to see how the ever popular porch curtains and
outdoor porch swings might be other great additions to your porch.
Imagine an Artist Painting a Portrait of Your Home
Imagine an artist who can beautifully draw and paint a portrait of your home! We found her and she paints these lovely works of art. What an amazing treasure for yourself or someone you love. Take a look at more of her watercolor works.
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