Ever since hanging this runner rug as art in our family room (spoiler alert: it’s actually up there to hide old mirrors that are glued to the paneling) I’ve been anxious to try other types of rug art DIY projects. So, when I spotted the geometric entry rug you see pictured above over on the Crate & Barrel website, I immediately started brainstorming ways to “hack” it. The rug was on super clearance, which made it tempting right off the bat, and since I already had plenty of extra craft supplies on hand that I could use to embellish it, I went ahead and ordered it.
Fast forward several months, and my vision has officially been brought to life! Hop over to Hunker here to see how I managed to turn this cheap entry rug into a DIY wall hanging. My favorite thing about this project is just how budget-friendly it is, especially if you’re able to grab a rug on clearance, like I did. It takes up a pretty sizable chunk of wall space when finished, too, so it’s economical from a design standpoint. Heck, you might even already have an entry rug that could work for this project so that you don’t have to buy a single thing to get the look in your own home. Find out how to pull it off this way.