In the master bedroom of my first home, I had a collection of hats populating one wall. I loved the look and often wonder why I haven’t recreated it in my current home. While reminiscing I thought it’d be fun to gather some inspirational pictures showing how to decorate with hats.
The entryway is an obvious place to decorate with hats. Whether propped on hooks or nailed to the wall, inside a door is a common place to display hats.
Of course, the entryway isn’t the only place where you can decorate with hats. I had them in my bedroom, but how about the dining room? Here, wooden clothespins hold hats on rope to create a unique wall decoration.
With farmhouse style being popular, you’ll see a lot of straw hats on walls. But why not group a whole mix of hat styles for a fun statement wall?
Decorate with hats by lining them on an open shelf.
A pair of matching hats fill a narrow wall in a gray bathroom, which goes to show you can decorate with hats almost anywhere.
I lined a wall in my bedroom with hats, but I kind of like this lone sombrero hanging off-center above the bed.
You can decorate with hats simply by placing them on a hat stand.
Don’t forget about the wall about your pup’s bed. He can have his own hat collection on display!
Shop the Hat Look:
Here’s some cute hats that might look cute on your wall – or on your noggin – along with a few hat racks and stands for displaying them. Click on any photo for information on where to buy.