Are you ready to add a unique paint design to your home? Bloggers show us their most fascinating weekend paint projects.
Brooke from All Things Thrifty was inspired to paint her daughters’ room in plaid when she saw the trend popping up all over the mall. With help from a friend and her husband, Brooke brought her vision to fruition. Check out her girls’ room makeover from start to finish on her blog.
Another little girl room makeover comes from Rebecca at Blue Cricket Design. Redoing her girls’ room from the previous playroom, Rebecca decided to paint her board and batten wall bright pink. Straying from the traditional white, Rebecca chose the color to show off the fun and feminine side of the girls’ room.
Mandi from Vintage Revivals turned her entryway’s boring white ceiling into something fun. Painting her walls in her own twist of herringbone, Mandi turned her entryway into a statement adorned with a purple chandelier. Turn a ceiling in your home into a herringbone beauty with Mandi’s tutorial.
Erika from Retropolitan turned her unattractive laundry room tile into a piece of art when she painted the floor white with a light grayish-blue chevron pattern. Using Behr concrete and garage floor paint, painter’s tape, and some tears and sweat, Erika’s floor went from ugly to gorgeous in a matter of days. For under $100, your floors can look just like Erika’s with her step-by-step directions.
Karla from It’s the Little Things That Make a House a Home added pizzazz to her hallway when she added stripes. Using a shade a few notches darker than the base color, Karla was able to turn her hallway brand new again. She kept all of her frames and previous decor in the same place, as she was so pleased with the outcome. Check out Karla’s hallway transformation on her blog.
Cindy from Cameras and Chaos turned her laundry room into a posh place for mom by painting it Tiffany blue and adding a beautiful chandelier. Using a $5 can of “oops” paint and inspiration from blue-painted Mason jars, Cindy turned her laundry room from ugly to one of the most admired rooms in her home. Check out the amazing detail and decor of Cindy’s laundry room on her blog.
Kirie from Three Little Chickies turned her chalkboard obsession into a work of art by adding chalkboard paint to her stair risers. With a poem to help her daughter learn to read and love poetry as much as she does, Kirie turned her stairs from boring to educational with a stroke of the paint brush.
See Kirie’s chalkboard painted stair risers and poem.
Another DIY staircase comes from the husband and wife team at This Dusty House. Inspired by another DIY project using the same yellow stripes, Jeannette took her design to her staircase. Sharp, sophisticated and fun, these yellow stripes make her mudroom staircase something to stare at.
Add yellow stripes to your home with a tutorial from This Dusty House.
Emily at Decorchick turned her love for coral into a beautifully painted vanity. Using Sherwin-Williams paint in Coral Reef, Emily sanded and painted and changed her previous white vanity into this unique new shade. After a couple of tries, Emily found the perfect hardware from Anthropologie to accessorize her “Coral Beauty.”
See Emily’s vanity transformation.
When Ashley from Domestic Imperfection decided to organize her home, she knew the pantry would be a huge task. With two young sons at home, Ashley completely revamped her pantry, starting with the walls. Painting it white and adding a dark blue stencil, Ashley’s pantry is not just organized, but chic as well.
Ashley’s pantry is a great addition to her recent kitchen remodel.
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