$6 DIY Wall Decor: How to Use Yarn to Create a 3D Geometric Pattern

by Rachael Ray Show Staff 3:00 AM, May 17, 2018

Aired May 17, 2018

Do you have really plain walls in your home that could use a little love?

Take it from HGTV interior designer Taniya Nayak and go one step further than a new coat of paint -- and without breaking the bank!

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Taniya visited our show to show us one of the tricks she used to transform our viewer named Chris' over-the-top "Christmas room," -- and let's just say that we want to do this in our home ASAP.

She used yarn to create a 3D geometric wall pattern, and she says it only costs $6 to do an *entire room.*


In addition to yarn, all you'll need are nails, printing paper, a pencil and a hammer.

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And you can't even tell that it's yarn from far away! Right?

Watch Taniya demonstrate how easy this DIY project is in the video above!

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