Jones Design Company.Once I had the newsprint dress and lamp done, I looked around my playroom and wondered, "What next?" Then I saw this amazing room at
Are you in awe? Me too? Tan, black and white. Feminine, but not too girly. How could I incorporate this into my Ballard inspiration?
The walls, it's got to be the painted wallpaper.
And I wondered, could I do painted wallpaper? Well, I looked again at my playroom and decided that one wall "might" be do-able. Look at the wall where the tv sits...
I knew my hubby would probably think I was crazy, so as you know, I waited until he went out of town. And I spent 7 hours working on the wall. If you don't like to sit still at night, this is the project for you!
First you hand draw (using the pattern I found here) all over your walls. You should probably use a level or measure or at least start at the top of the walls and work down. I did none of this. Like I mentioned before- nap time doesn't last long and I do have to sleep at night! Then use a thin paint brush and hope your hand is steady.
It is a lot of work, but it is turns out beautiful. And I didn't even get anywhere near "Jones Desgin Company" standards. But I love it- imperfections and all! Adds so much visual interest to the room.
And the best part about painted wallpaper is, to 'remove it', just paint over it!
But I will not be doing that anytime soon. Right now I'm kinda proud of myself for being so risky:)