I am working on creative wall decor for three different areas. I'm going to place some beautiful plates that I've collected over the years on the dining room wall and am attempting a new method I saw on Pinterest (yeah, I know, I know.) You use a good glue,(in this case E6000) and attach metal flip top rings from soda or beer cans. I found I needed to bend them a little first, to make a good "hook." These take 24 hours to dry well. I'm mostly using standard picture hangers (the nail inside the hook type) to hang them on the wall. I still have some of those glued things drying till tomorrow and will start hanging these tomorrow to cover a dining room wall. I expect to do a lot of "fiddling" to get these to look right, so I need to be in the right mood and not in a hurry.
I am also working on a wall that is tall and narrow in a hallway and I have placed one lovely mirror that was originally a dresser tray. It has beautiful metal "carvings" on each end of an oval shape. Above and below that I'm placing a collection of hand mirrors, mostly picked up from local thrift stores (with the help of my niece.) Some of these are pretty and will be placed so you see the designs on the back. The ones that are really simple will be flipped over so you will see the mirror. I also have a couple of small plates and a mirror to place in my sewing room, using this same method.
The other part of the wall decor project is a collection of silver/silverplate trays that will be placed on the blank wall coming into my bedroom. I expect this to be very simple and straightforward, but really stunning when it's done.
I promise photos from all these when they're done, but in the meantime, tomorrow I will at least get some of my livingroom, which is basically done for now. I have cheap curtains hanging that I really do not like and will replace those when I can, but at least the room looks finished. Hopefully, I'll be back on here tomorrow night with those photos.