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Ideas That Inspire - Wall Paint!
February 07, 2013
They are blank.
They are huge.
They are all around you!
Yes, we are talking about the WALLS of your child's bedroom.
The walls are the best feature of the entire room. Huge blank canvases just waiting for your master strokes to transform them into a magical place.
Today we are sharing with you some inspiring ideas of how you can make the kids room or baby nursery sparkle with just a few cans of wall paint.
Walls give you so many options. Here are some paint ideas gift wrapped just for you!
Out of This World!
Can you believe this was done by a loving mom (and her dad) for one very lucky young man? What an awesome idea!
There's Magic in the Air
One pixie silhouette, a few stars and a sparkle of paint. This is all you need to create an enchanting room for your little one.
Strike with Stripes
Stripes are the easiest to do yourself. You can paint a room entirely or simply do an accent wall. Use the same width or switch it up. Go horizontal or vertical. There are just so many options.
Stripes at an Angle
Here is a unique angle to the same old stripes. Works great if your walls are angled.
Stripes a la YOU
You don't have to go traditional. Give it your own twist.
You've Been Spotted
Polka Dots are another favorite in nurseries and especially young girls rooms. Also great in dorm rooms, where you would, of course, put up wall decals instead of wall paint.
Out of the Box
While we are going geometric, squares are another popular choice. Fill the boxes with colors from the quilt or comforter or even from the rug. You can't go wrong with these wall painting ideas.
These Argyle Catching!
These eye-catching designs are a super hit in the kids rooms and surprisingly easy to do.
On the Side
If you want eye-popping colors, an entire wall might look too busy. Why not do one or two rows instead.
Don't neglect the bathroom. An elegant design in the bathroom is all you need to link it to the bedroom.
Don't have the time to create your own wall painting ideas?
Can't decide on the paint colors to choose?
Removable wall decals are your answer. You can re-position them if you are not happy with the way they look...or simply change the theme as your child changes his interests.
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