Hexagon Walls: Buy or DIY?Nicole Balch
I noticed these hexagon wall shelves recently from The Land of Nod in their new collection. Aren’t they cute? Each shelf is actually three hexagons, clustered together. You can stack and stack them to create larger installations, but each component is going to set you back $59.
If you’re more into the look of the hexagons and don’t need them to function as shelves, Vintage Revivals has full instructions for creating a DIY honeycomb wall that you’ll want to check out. The process is a bit laborious, and involves cutting many (many!) angles, but the end result is worth it.
Fantastic, right? And actually, the idea of painting each hexagon would work well for either version. So which would you go for? Buy, or DIY?