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6 Family Tree Ideas to Spruce Up Your Wall

Showcase your roots while adding character to your home

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Photography: Apartment Therapy (Main Photo)

It's always fun and exciting to add personalized details to one's space. From travel souvenirs and mini toys, to photographs and other mementos—these inject a unique vibe that makes a home stand out. If you're looking for a new idea you can work on, you may want to work on a family tree wall art! Aside from expressing your creativity, it's also a good way of looking back to see how much your family has grown and changed over the years. Let these ideas inspire you: 

 

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Breathe life into your walls with a large tree wall decal. Hang your framed photos on the braches and create a living tree in your space. Since this requires a lot of space, you may want to do it in the living area or hallway.

 

Let your artwork match your furniture. Paint your tree in a color that matches the palette of the area where you want to place it. Consider having it in the dining area to make this part of the home extra inviting.

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If you have a budget to spare, you can tap a mural painter to bring your idea to life. Once the mural is done, you can experiment with how you want to display the photos. Work with frames in different sizes and designs for a fun and quirky appeal.

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For a simple solution, you can arrange a couple of wall-mounted shelves to form a tree-like shape. Once it's sturdy enough, you can now showcase your photos neatly.

Those who love a vintage take on style and design can turn an old plate rack or an old cabinet into a perfect spot for your precious family photos. 

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Fans of minimalist design can still accomplish this decor goal by working with sleek black frames and black-and-white photographs. Do not limit yourself with this monochrome option, you can play around with colors and details depending on the color palette of your space or the look you have in mind.

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PHOTOS: Apartment Therapy | Decal My Wall | Emily Everwhere | Pop Sugar | Southern Living | A Little of That Blog 

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