Now that we are settled into the new house I am starting to realize just how many walls we need to decorate. I have been searching for new ideas for painting, picture hanging and any other treatment that might work in our house.
I rounded up some of my fellow Wayfair Homemakers to have a little housewarming party so I could get some more great ideas.
Wayfair has some great painted pattern ideas and I am especially partial to the gingham idea.
Shannon at AKA Design has a great idea to create a wall that looks like an old building advertisement. I think this might be perfect in my basement craft and sewing area. Or use the same technique to make it look like and old baseball stadium wall. That thought could have a lot to do with my pending trip to Wrigley Field tomorrow though.
I tried a painted stencil in my bedroom last week and it was a big fail. It is already painted over. That makes me think that the patience Stephanie from Sandpaper and Glue had to have to create this look with a template and a sharpie should be applauded.
First it was a painted brick wall and now this one that looks like a fancy exposed brick wall that just happens to make a great headboard! I didn’t even know these sheets of faux brick existed and now I have the need to add it to at least some spot in my house. I love the detail Kayla, from Freckles in April, took to paint each line of “mortar”.
Anyone that loves Kate Spade can quickly win me over and this gold dot homage to Kate Spade that Oksana from Foxy Oxie is wonderful. I love that the decals are removable without damaging a wall. Making this less of a permanent commitment than wallpaper. The company she got these from have some other great options too like my favorite, anchors.
I love the use of a corner wall for a gallery wall. It successfully decorates odd spaces and creates a great flow. I am also drawn to Amanda’s wall because of the scrabble letter and the fact that it is an F which is the initial of our last name.
I am excited to start decorating and getting more walls done. Do you have a favorite wall treatment? Share it in the comments.