I just want that bed in the fourth picture!
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|3/3/12 9:51 PM|
If you decide to use the Mod Podge, why not use a sponge roller to apply it? That will go on more evenly and not have brush strokes. I think the glass is the best idea. It will look more expensive and sleek and will also be easier to clean. Plus, you would still be able to remove it and put it back on when you are ready to change the background paper. What about clear vinyl? You can get it by the yard at Joann.
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|1/17/12 2:05 PM|
We have an extremely small bedroom (7x10 feet!) There is about 12" on each side of our bed. We have wall lamps and shelves as nightstands. The room has high ceilings that are white and a bed with a very tall headboard. Guess what color I painted it? Chocolate brown! It's very cozy. I think that when a room is very tiny, the best thing to do is to play off of that tiny-ness and make it warm and cozy instead of airy : )
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|4/5/11 12:33 PM|
I agree with Akay. As an artist, I don't see this as being terribly creative. To cut out all of the color--so that all you have are colored chips that don't scream Behr paint isle at home depot!--I think that would have been more interesting. You could make an amazing paper mosaic or collage, even geometric patterns. Nice redo overall though, the stairs look much more inviting now!
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Cozy Little Cave
|3/24/11 11:37 AM|