I think my favorite thing about all of our recent hashtag challenges is getting a peek into all the cool homes across the country (and the world!). So last week, Grace asked Instagrammers to share their walls with #DSART. Great artwork and unusual displays really have the potential to inject personality into any space. I was inspired by the artwork theme to pull some of my favorites from our past sneak peeks. Happy art hanging! –Amy
Image above: A mix of vintage and new artwork in this Southern home filled will color and vintage finds.
Image above: In this London home, homeowner and photographer David Cleveland shot these fluff marshmallow jars as a personal project. See all the artwork after the jump!
See more examples after the jump!
Image above: A bathroom collage wall in a Brooklyn apartment.
Image above: The couple in this DC home have a tradition of hanging pictures and mementos from their travels on the wall opposite the bed so they go to bed every night and wake up every morning reminded of all the places they’ve been together.
Image above: The gallery wall in this South Carolina home includes hand-me-down paintings from creative family members alongside art purchased at estate sales and thrift shops.
Image above: Farah Malik made this weaving that is now in her Clinton Hill, Brooklyn apartment as part of her work for Peace Treaty.
Image above: Benjamin Williams: Naples Blue is the perfect backdrop for art in San Francisco.
Image above: A collection of pictures and vintage lamps that were found and bought in various flea markets around the world and hung on vintage wallpaper found on eBay serve as a working inspiration board in this home in Israel.
Image above: Blue artwork on a blue wall makes a pretty big statement in this Los Angeles home.
Image above: A bright artwork display is a homage to talented friends in Oh Joy!’s new studio space.
Image above: This moody artwork was painted by homeowner and jewelry designer Iwona Ludyga for her Brooklyn home.
Image above: A painting from Tinus Teder in the dining area of this family home in the Netherlands.
Image above: A gallery wall in Brooklyn.
Image above: A huge collection of vintage photographs in San Francisco.