If your bare walls are giving you the blues, Instagram is here to help! We've sifted through the well of hashtags to bring you the best wall decor ideas to get inspired by. Keep reading for fresh ideas and don't forget to share your home decor with us by tagging your pictures #Springstyling all April long !
— Additional reporting by Molly McGlynn
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State Your Room's Purpose
A framed, vintage food print above a buffet station is a feast for the eyes.
Group Like Artists
Create instant cohesiveness by hanging the work of an artist you love in one spot. In this case, the artist is the talented Jennifer Ament . We are big fans!
A Single Mirror
Sometimes a small mirror can make a huge impact. Try painting an accent wall in a color that matches the frame.
By clustering a group of mirrors in this dining nook, the wall practically disappears. Again, try matching the wall paint to the frame color for a seamless look.
Who says ginger jars or other accessories belong on a table or mantle? Small floating shelves support these beautiful blue vases which help break up the red in the walls.
Break outside of the frame box and try something unexpected, like a hanger!
Art That Speaks For Itself
Create a gallery of inspiring words and quotes in a variety of fonts and layouts.
Manipulate the shape of a group of photos by hanging them in a corner.
Art Inspired by Wallpaper
Insects and flowers make this room feel like an indoor garden.
Choose color-rich abstracts in a similar color palette to tie in with surrounding fabrics and pillows.
Washi tape feels fresh and informal and is a great way to tie random art together.
Corral pieces in all shapes and sizes for an eclectic spread.
Bring in a Bookcase
A fun way to decorate your home is by using a sculptural bookcase to display knickknacks you've collected over the years. Not only does it end up looking amazing, but it's also the perfect way to break up a concentrated collection of wall art.
Bring your walls to life with paper art, like these fluttering butterflies.
Cover walls with screens and panels that capture zen imagery, like swimming fish.
Cover an Unused Window
Try hanging or leaning mirrors and artwork to camouflage an unused window. Using similar tones will help to make it look intentional.
Themes are a great way to create a cohesive room. However, it can be all too easy to go a little overboard with them. Try to focus on one major piece, like this vintage oar headboard, to avoid a decorating disaster.
We're currently obsessed with everything DIY , so why not create your own  piece of art? This dreamy watercolor-inspired piece would be the perfect way to perk up any room.
Curate a Collection
Create a polished look by displaying a simple collection. We're loving this wall featuring vintage mirrors and wooden busts.
Think Inside the Box
Shadow boxes may have been used in grade-school projects, but this updated version is a great way to create interesting, one-of-a-kind wall decor.
Decorate with Decals
Everyone needs a little love, and this adorable wall decal adds just the right amount of tenderness without going overboard. Oh, and the framed animal print in the background is pretty fabulous too.
This amazing idea can be executed in many different ways. Find the pieces by heading to your nearest flea market for some old postcards, or start collecting one from every place you visit. Then, come home and create a stunning display, like the one seen here!
Perk up your home with a friendly welcome sign. For an added boost, choose a bright, funky color.
Get patriotic with your styling; from London mod to Americana, a little national pride is always a good thing.
Don't forget to send us your decor photos by using our #CasaSnap hashtag on Instagram. Who knows? You may even be featured!
-Additional reporting by Molly McGlynn