I posted last year about my daughter’s room
with stripes and stencils and Swarovski Crystals (can find it here) . This was the big transition from youthful periwinkle fairies to punky colors and random patterns. Sigh….. it’s never looked that neat and tidy, ever since…….
Today I was reminded of another room I did after a client saw photos of Julia’ s room. This was for a younger girl so the colors rang pastel –
The Benjamin Moore colors we ended up using-
2072-60 Beach Plum
2001-40 Pink Popsicle
2016-30 Carrot Stick
2026-30 Cone Green
2071-40 Crocus Petal Purple
2110-20 Brown Tar
The before –
and a photo giving the client an idea of how the Beach Plum basecoat would look –
They wanted more of a stripe presence, so the plan was to mix it up all around the room. Here we go-
taping stripes does NOT go quickly…..
Adding the color is fun, and actually alot of thought is given to laying out the colors-
After the stripes were colored I started applying the various stencils –
We were unsure what to do in the adjoining bathroom. I suggested blowing up a few of the stencils –
Aren’t these adorable?
You’ll never guess my get up – I had to grab just about everything I had in order to get my projector at the right height-
Then, I popped the stencil into the machine and the big image was transferred to the opposite wall. From that I lightly traced the pattern –
I had some company. Don’t you love him?
The room, all put together –
Can’t forget the Swarovski Crystals!
Wasn’t that fun? For more fun, check out this linky Paint Party over at Domestically Speaking