Remember a couple of weeks ago, when I made over a thrifted mirror using my favorite new craft technique; paint pouring? Well I’m back trying it again, and this time I think I like it even more! I made this wooden gallery wall for the girls’ bathroom using scrap wood, cheap canvases and more paint pouring!
Are you all sitting down? You might need to be because this technique is so unbelievably cool and bada$$ that you’re going to swoon a bit. I’m talking paint pouring. Yep. The pouring of paint to make amazingly cool and marbled and variegated patterns…. super easy. Super satisfying. Here’s how you do it!
Two weeks ago, we went to the beach. And all along the beach were these shells. I think they’re oyster shells, but I didn’t really care, because they just looked… like potential. I filled a bucket with them, and brought them home. My style isn’t nautical nor is it neutral, so the first thing I wanted to do was add color!
One side of the guest room has a big glorious pattern on pattern wallpaper and daybed, but to balance the impact of that wall, I wanted something on the opposite wall with lots of color and weight to it. I looked and I looked, but everything was either too small or too expensive or just not quite right. So… what’s a DIY blogger to do, but do it herself!