It's a pretty small room, but the joke may end up being on me, since the stencil will have to work around a doorway, window, toilet, pedastal sink, light fixture, mirror, and switches/outlets. hmmm...rethinking...
Here's my hall bath inspiration photo again.
via decorpad. photo by Tria Giovan.
Our bath will be painted a base coat of a taupe-y gray. The color swatch I've been carrying around is from Wal-Mart. Dutch Boy/Better Homes in the color Creamy Pebbles. No photo. I still have a few weeks to decide. Anyone know the perfect taupey-gray color?
But then what? Do I buy a stencil, make one? What pattern? Geometric? Intricate?
Here are some of the photos floating around my desktop:
(from centsational girl, jones design company, Graciela Rutkowski Interiors, houseandhome.com, and the rest are from pinterest)
But I have since stumbled upon the idea of DRAWING my pattern on the wall. A quick search on the interweb shows that several people have had great success using paint pens or Sharpies to add a pattern to their walls without all the hastle of paint, brushes, cleanup, messy patterns, etc..
No mess, count me in!
See Cate Create
Here are some links to lovelies that have tried it with much success. Hope to add my name to the list soon!
Sharpies from A Penny Saved
DIY Stenciled Wallpaper from The Lovely Cupboard
Easy Paint Pen Wallpaper from See Cate Create
Painted Wallpaper from Mal-licious
Sharpie Wallpaper from Gus and Lula