Apartment 34129twigandvineemmas designblogg - design and style from a scandinavian perspective“T” Time“T” Time If Teddy ever forgets what letter his name starts with, he now has a whole wall to remind him. As we mentioned a few weeks ago, Sherry and I settled on a plan for a subtle accent pattern on the wall between the built-ins. Our original plan was to paint the Ts, like Sherry did for Clara’s raindrops. But after some of you suggested things like vinyl decals in the comments, we decided to give that a whirl instead. First we had to determine the size of our Ts. With the size selected, next we had to lock down the arrangement. The next step was cutting a bunch of 1/2″ vinyl strips: some 8″ long, some 4″ long. I started by making a simple guide on my board (three small pen dots on the wood at the zero inch, four inch, and eight inch spots). With a 8″ section of vinyl cut and taped down on both sides, I used the ruler to tick off 1/2″ marks on both sides of the sheet. Applying the decals to the wall was also pretty simple and repetitive. Did you guys finish up any projects this weekend?
How to Create Old Brick Wall Advertising in Your House!Several of you have been messaging and leaving comments asking when I was going to post the tutorial for our Old Brick Wall Advertising. Well today is the day! I’m pretty sure I’ve mentioned it before, but a look I’ve loved for as long as I can remember is the urban hard loft; filled with wall-to-wall windows, soaring ceilings and oh-so-perfectly-aged exposed brick walls. If only we were all lucky enough to have such natural character in our modern homes! A similar look I find myself hoarding photos of on Pinterest (many of which were on a secret board while I was planning this project but are now on this board) is old outdoor signage painted on the side of brick buildings. Our suburban backsplit, as much as I love it, didn’t come with high ceilings or brick walls inside. Which is of course when I started Pinning and Googling old brick wall advertising! How to Create Old Brick Wall Advertising in Your House! Supplies Instructions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
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