Dorm Room Decor 101: Washi Tape Wall Art

Blank walls can make a dorm room seem sad and empty. But don’t despair, we’ve got an adorable solution that will keep your room looking happy all year long.

We don’t know why we never thought of using washi tape on the wall before, but it’s so easy and versatile! The great thing about any washi tape wall art projects is that they peel off clean. That means no lost deposits or angry RAs hunting you down at the end of the year.

Dorm Decor 101: Washi Tape Wall Art

Deck The Walls With Washi Tape

Give a blank wall some pizzazz with washi tape stripes. Super easy and SO cute!

Via Anna Kelle.

Washi Tape Wall for Dorm Room

OR create a wallpaper-like pattern of washi plus signs.

Via Everything Emily.

DIY Washi Tape Wall

We like geometric lines. Especially in crazy bright neon.

Via Apartment Therapy.

Washi Tape Office Wall

Create a colorful gallery wall with printed Instagram pics and washi tape frames.

Via 100 Layer Cake.

Instagram Photo Wall With Washi Tape

These giant geo letters would only take an hour or two to recreate on the dorm wall.

Via Bigger Than The Three of Us.

Hello Washi Tape Wall Art

Who knew that there was a way to make cinderblock walls look pretty? Use washi X’s to create a cross-stitch design.

Via The Violet Hours.

Washi Tape Cross Stitch Wall

Have More Washi Ideas? Tweet to us @BlindsDotCom!

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