why home decor.
Most home decor images that end up pinned are well-styled and, thus, offer inspiration for pattern and color mixing and choices, shape combinations, balance, and composition
These Get It Scrapped articles show you exactly how we’ve put home decor inspiration to work on scrapbook pages:
- A Home Decor Trend for Scrapbooking: Mix Stripes and Punchy Floral Patterns
- Scrapbooking Ideas Inspired by Gallery Walls
- Add Tassels and Fringe to Your Scrapbook Pages for Fun Texture and Dimension
- Translate Creative Displays and Vignettes to Your Scrapbook Layout Design
see it done.
I used an image of a pom pom curtain, originally from Ravelryand pinned to our home interiors board, to jumpstart a scrapbook page about my playlist. A screen capture of my Grooveshark Collection was a quick way to make a record of favorite songs.
The playful pom-pom curtain in the pinned image matched the vibe I wanted my page to have.
I made the page foundation using colorful circles trickling down the page along with a brightly colored and music-themed digital scrapbooking kit from One Little Bird. I added a few ties to anchor the circles and make them appear to be hanging just like the curtain in my inspiration piece.
Pick an image that speaks to you from the Get It Scrapped Home Decor Interiors Board, use the links and inspiration above for examples, and put home decor ideas to work on your next page.
Amy writes for and administers the Get It Scrapped blog. She’s also our Creative Team Coordinator and a teacher at Masterful Scrapbook Design.
Amy Kingsford is a happy wife and blessed mother from Northern Utah. In addition to her work here, she also shares ideas and inspiration on creative approaches to modern scrapbooking and papercrafting at her site AmyKingsford.com.