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4 Decorative Uses Of Chicken Wire
When it comes to chicken wire, its uses are practical and functional. It’s used as a fence to keep chickens safe from predators, and it’s often used in construction projects. However, it can also be used for decorative purposes. Chicken wire has the potential to add a unique touch to any room. In this blog post, 4 unique decorative uses of chicken wire will be discussed.
Applications Of Chicken Wire
Framed Sign With Wreaths
All one requires is a frame, chicken wire, some fake greenery, and some festive decorations. Start by attaching the chicken wire to the frame. Staples or glue can be used to hold it in place. Then, start adding the greenery to the chicken wire. Once that is in greenery in place, start adding other decorations such as lights, bows, ribbons, ornaments, etc.
It can be used to create everything from lampshades to wall art. They can be used to create a one-of-a-kind lampshade by wrapping chicken wire around an existing shade. With such DIY decor rising in prominence, it is a creative and inexpensive way to add personality to any decor.
One of the most popular ways to use chicken wire is to create cabinet doors. This is a relatively easy project that can be done over a weekend. Simply measure and cut the chicken wire to fit the opening of the cabinets, then secure it in place with staples or small nails. For an extra touch, one can add a decorative trim around the edges of the chicken wire.
Hanging baskets are a great way to add some extra decoration and storage space to a yard or garden. Chicken wire is the perfect material to use for these baskets because it is lightweight and easy to work with. To make a hanging basket, start by cutting a piece of chicken wire that is big enough to fit around the bottom of the basket. Make sure to leave about an inch of extra wire on each side so it can be twisted together. Next, shape the chicken wire into a cylinder and twist the ends together. This can be used to raise plants, hold fruits and vegetables, or various knick-knacks.
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