How To Decorate a Flower Wall Make Me a Better Person

Knowing how to decorate a flower wall can help you have a nice one that make your room colorful

In this guide, we are going to go with these items:

  • What is a flower wall?
  • Materials for making
  • Tools for creating a floral backdrop
  • How to decorate a flower wall with 5 steps

All you need are the supplies and tools provided here to construct a flower backdrop and professional floral background that folds effortlessly in half for storage. The ideas of wall decorating makes your home with colors and flowers, you can start doing it with any rooms you want such as living room, bathroom, bedroom, dining room, kitchen or even in your work place because this is one of the interior design. One of the good ideas of this is decorating in your furniture like coffee table which make you feel you are enjoying your coffee in the flower garden at your home.

Knowing how to decorate a flower wall can help you have a nice one that make your room colorful

What is a flower wall?

A DIY flower wall is a perfect backdrop for your bed or an elegant addition to an accent wall. For more of an English tea garden vibe, deck out an entire room with DIY flower walls. However you choose to incorporate a flower backdrop into your space, the piece will instantly add warmth, texture, and color. Its best part is that you can customize it however you like—mix and match your favorite blooms or choose ones that complement your existing decor. 

This DIY utilizes faux flowers, not real ones, meaning it can last years and you can use any flower, regardless of the season. Unlike a temporary flower backdrop commonly seen at weddings or other events, you won’t need to take the faux ones down anytime soon.

Materials for making

Prepare simple material before making the floral backdrop

These are the basic materials you’ll need to make your flower wall. They are readily available at your local hardware store, and the boxwood panels can be purchased online.

  • Two sheets of 80 in x 40 in plywood (we can paint it before)
  • Three 3–5 inch door hinges (look for “corner security” or “butt” hinges)
  • Enough ½–¾ inch screws (depending on plywood thickness) to secure all the hinges
  • Four 40 in x 40 in faux boxwood panels
  • Loose flowers or pre-made swags for embellishing

Tools for creating a floral backdrop

  • These are the tools I recommend for constructing this backdrop, but you may have other items on hand that will suffice.
  • Power drill fitted with a screwdriver bit
  • Staple gun
  • Scissors
  • Floral snips

How to decorate a flower Wall with 5 steps

Step 1: Collect What You Need for Your Project

First, order your faux boxwood panels

While you wait for them to arrive, purchase your plywood, hinges, screws, and some staples for your staple gun if needed.

If you need help demystifying what kind of plywood to purchase, read the next section.


Plywood is available in a variety of grades and is typically sold in 4 ft x 8 ft sheets that range in price from $18 to $50. The following factors should be considered when determining the quality of wood you require:

We need to do step by step to have the great floral backdrop
  1. How elevated you want the finished product to look 
  2. The number of times it will be reused and transported 
  3. If you plan on using the flower wall often in outdoor settings
  4. Your storage location for the piece when it’s not in use—is it climate controlled?

Step 2: Assemble

Place your two plywood boards on the floor side by side (long sides facing each other) so that they are nearly flush. One hinge should be in the center, one a few inches from the top, and one a few inches from the bottom.

Fasten each hinge in place with your drill and screws. You should then be able to fold both boards inwards, as if closing a large book.

Once you’re satisfied that the backdrop folds properly, flip it over so that the hinges are facing the ground and you’re looking at the back side. If your plywood was only a half-inch thick and your screws were a little longer, the tips of the screws might poke through the back of the board a little. This is fine because they will be hidden by the spongy boxwood panels. However, if they stick through more than half an inch, it’s best to trim them with wire snips to avoid any accidental contact. First and foremost, safety!

After that, unroll your faux boxwood squares and arrange them to cover the back of the structure. Each board should fit two panels perfectly, and the panels will hide the crack running down the middle where the hinges connect the boards. Magic!

Attach all of the panels to the boards with your staple gun. Check for any sagging or peeling areas, and carefully trim away any areas where the boxwood sheet overhangs the plywood by more than one inch with your scissors.

Step 3: Add the Flowers to Your Floral Backdrop

The last step is to add your florals! There are as many ways to do this as your creative mind can think of, but I’ll share a few ideas to get you started.

One technique is to leave your stems long when processing your flowers, and then use the net-like structure of the boxwood panel design to your advantage, punching loose flowers into the boxwood backing as if threading the stems into a chicken wire structure in a vase! It’s a remarkably secure mechanic, though it does take some effort to pull all of the flowers out at the end of the event, so plan accordingly.

Another option is to make separate floral garlands or chicken wire structures and then staple or wire them to the backdrop once they are finished. All you have to do now is figure out a way to secure the floral components all the way through to the wood (staple guns for the win here, once again). This prevents a heavy floral mechanism from pulling the boxwood netting away from the wood backing.

Step 4: Set Up the Backdrop—and Let People Fall in Love with It

Simply lean the two-panel structure against a wall to display your flower backdrop as a wedding backdrop (or any event!). If you need it to stand upright on its own, you can build some basic triangular trusses that can be attached to the back outer edge of each board using a nut-and-bolt system.

You’ll need to drill some holes in the plywood to add trusses, but they’re easily disguised by the boxwood layer—and they still make for an uncomplicated assembly/disassembly option if you need to be able to pack the whole thing up and lay the pieces flat after an event.

Step 5: The cost—Determine a Going Rental Rate

Whatever price you choose, it should reflect the cost and quality of the building materials, the time and labor you put into construction, and the sophistication of the finished product. Your client should be willing to pay you a fair price for a large piece—large installations require more resources (and thus incur more cost) than, say, floral swags for an already existing structure.

Finally, you have your flower wall made by yourself. Anyway, it depends on your creativity if you have your own flower backdrop.

In short, with the flower you you may decor your home as your favorite life style from room to furniture. People tend to make this kind of decorating in their living room, bedroom and dining room since these are the place they need flower to help them reduce pressure or stress. It depends on your budget and privacy, you can paint the wooden frame to make your decorating art grater so that yoir family will enjoy the cozy space.

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